Folks in the Battlefords carry a certain level of pride for the pickup truck they choose to call their own. And with a few different heavyweight pickups out there, it can be hard to make the final decision. Here at Scott Campbell Dodge, we’d bet on the RAM truck any day of the week! And the RAM 1500 is undoubtedly a full-sized model with a force to be reckoned with! Designed with a range of some potent powertrains, impressive towing capabilities, unlimited cargo space, cutting-edge tech, and a luxury interior, the RAM 1500 is unlike any other truck you'll find on the lot. That being said, at SCD, we always want to ensure we offer our customers the utmost transparency to aid in their decision-making process. That’s why we’ve compiled an extensive list of the most commonly asked questions folks want to know about the RAM 1500. Read on to learn more!
There are many trim levels to choose from, especially if you’re looking for something all-new for 2022. Going from entry-level to high-end, drivers can choose from the following trims:
The RAM 1500 comes equipped with four powerful engine options:
The RAM 1500 is designed as a work vehicle, and towing is one of those areas where you can expect it to perform. The towing capacity of the RAM 1500 will depend on your engine choice:
The RAM 1500 series comes in two cab sizes and two bed or box sizes/lengths:
The choice of cab size can affect the dimensions of the box length. For example, The RAM Tradesman, with a Crew Cab, means you will get a box length of 5’7”. However, if you have a Quad Cab, then you’ll wind up with a 6’4” box length.
The Ram 1500 is technically capable of pulling fifth wheel and gooseneck trailers. However, in most cases, the weight of these types of trailers will exceed the RAM 1500’s maximum towing capacity. Instead, the RAM 2500/3500 Heavy Duty models are much more ideal for towing fifth wheel and gooseneck trailers.
Based on reviews, the RAM 1500 offers a comfortable ride. Those looking to maximize cabin space may want to opt for a Crew Cab model, as these models provide the most legroom for back-seat passengers. Meanwhile, the truck's smart front and rear suspension stabilizer bars deliver a smooth and composed ride.
According to RepairPal® ratings, the RAM 1500 receives an "Above Average" rating of 4/5 stars for reliability. Specifically, the RAM 1500 has an average annual repair cost of $621.20.
The reliability of a used vehicle may vary depending on its maintenance and driving history, model year, trim, and features.
After getting all your burning questions answered, we’d bet you’d give anything to take one of these classic pickups out for a test drive! Give us a call or stop by anytime to see our inventory of all-new 2022 RAM 1500 trucks in person!