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Ram 1500 Review

The 2013 Ram 1500 truck has gotten a number of upgrades over the 2012 version that make it an attractive buy for anyone in the market for a big truck. Most impressive of all is the 20% increase in fuel efficiency that dovetails nicely with the increasing cost of gas. Any increase in the cost of the Ram 1500 should be offset in the long term by your fuel savings.
Other changes include the addition of the Chrysler Uconnect Touch interface for making your way through the systems, a new air suspension, and a redesigned interior. The 2012 Ram 1500 had a 3.7 liter V6 that produced only 210 horsepower but they’ve switched that out for the Pentastar V6, an engine that puts out 305 horsepower, a much preferred result. Go for the Hemi model and you’ll find nearly 400 horsepower at your disposal, which gives the truck quite a bit of get up and go.