Active-Level 4-Corner Air Suspension, Power Retractable Running Boards, Power Dual-Pane Panoramic Sunroof, 12” Touchscreen, Harmon/Kardon 19-Speaker Audio with Surround Sound, Adaptive Cruise with Stop, Forward Collision Warning Seats with Active Brake Assist, Lane Departure Warning & Lane Keeping Assist, Parallel/Perpendicular Park Assist, Remote Tailgate Release, Remote Start, Power Adjustable Pedals with Memory, Surround View Camera, Front & Rear Heated & Cooled Premium Leather Seats, Heated Steering Wheel, Apple CarPlay / Google Android capable, Trailer Tow & Trailer Brake Control, Trailer Tow Mirrors, Auto High Beams, 3.92 rear axle ratio, Anti-spin differential rear axle, 22” Alloy Wheels, 8-speed automatic, 5.7L HEMI VVT V8 engine w/FuelSaver MDS & eTorque, Balance of Factory Warranty and 32,136 kms
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The 2021 Ram 1500 isn’t the best pickup truck because it has the most “best-in-class” accolades but because it raises expectations for the entire breed. Pickups were once judged based on ruggedness rather than refinement. No longer. And this latest Ram, with its luxury-grade interior and cushy ride quality, easily exceeds even the fanciest versions of the Chevy Silverado 1500, GMC Sierra 1500, and Ford F-150.
Its innovative air suspension and giant 12.0-inch touchscreen are options not offered on its rivals. Ram enhances its Hemi V-8 with a hybrid system. These options contribute to the pickup’s contemporary vibe, which is also bolstered by its extensive technology and myriad capabilities—which makes the Ram an easy pick for our 2021 10 Best list as well as an Editors’ Choice award. (Car & Driver)
RAM 1500: DURABLE, CAPABLE, EFFICIENT – WE’RE IN IT FOR THE LONG HAUL
This might not be what everyone thinks of when they hear half-ton pickup. But this isn’t just a pickup. This is a Ram 1500: robust power, uncompromising capability, must-have technology, and a level of luxury and sophistication that makes every ride more comfortable. No wonder Ram has the highest pickup-owner loyalty in America.
ENGINEERED FOR PERFORMANCE. Few engines are as legendary as the HEMI V8. This iconic powerplant incorporates Variable Valve Timing (VVT) and a MultiDisplacement System (MDS) for max efficiencies.
eTORQUE TECHNOLOGY WITH A SUPPLEMENTAL 130 LB-FT OF eTORQUE. More than just torque, eTorque works with the standard MDS/Fuel Saver Technology to deliver unsurpassed V8 4×4 highway driving range in its class—up to 572 miles. The eTorque electric motor creates a mild-hybrid system to help refine Stop/Start capability; it also creates a generator for the regenerative braking, converting kinetic energy to recharge the battery system.
MOST LUXURIOUS TRUCK IN ITS CLASS. A corrugated mesh grille, striking chrome accents and power running boards show off the Limited premium exterior. The
powerful stance flanked by 22-inch wheels doesn’t let you forget its legendary Ram capability.
REVIEW: Ram builds the perfect truck for a world where pickups can be SUVs and luxury vehicles, too. In domesticating the American workhorse, Ram has built the best pickup for the way most of us use trucks today: as everyday transportation instead of as a special-purpose tool, moving people more often than payload and on suburban streets rather than in farm fields. On upper trim levels, Ram dresses the 1500’s cabin with an attention to detail that shames many luxury cars. At 70 mph, it’s as quiet as a church during the Super Bowl.
Car & Driver: We’re still car people at heart. We like the sure-footed handling of vehicles that are light and relatively low to the ground, and we typically respect the utility of a truck with an emotional detachment. But the Ram is so uniquely good to drive that it transcends the pickup-truck status quo. When we say that the Ram 1500 is the full-size truck that comes closest to driving like a car, we mean that as a high compliment. Why drive a big lumbering brute when you can drive a big nimble brute?
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