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2017 Ram 1500 Truck

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Applies to select new 2017 Ram 1500. Offer only valid 2/5/2018 through 3/7/2018

The new Ram 1500 is a versatile, light-duty truck with new tricks up its sleeve.

The 1500 has an impressive history. The Ram 1500 is the starting point of the Ram truck line and comes with upgrades and trim styles that enhance the vehicle to fit your specific needs. From the Tradesman to the Laramie, you'll find the perfect truck for you.

Ask us to test drive a Ram 1500 and we'll light up with joy!

We're happy to show you any model of our Ram selection and even test drive a few of them to see the differences. To schedule a test drive, call 888-518-7026 or submit a form at the bottom of this page.

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The stubbornly-unchanging Ram 1500 can't help but be admired for the iconic workhorse that it is

In the grand scheme of the automotive world, the Ram brand is actually still quite young. But the Ram 1500 matured quickly from its old Dodge days, like that one teen in the locker room who was sporting a mustache and chest hair before his peers had even undergone their voice change. It's never been subtle. It's never been a wallflower. And since the days that it sported a Dodge nameplate, the Ram 1500 has featured a distinctly different style than other pickup trucks: one that favored muscles over modesty, and praised an aggressive devil-may-care attitude far over the old-day common-sense practices of building out all pickups to look like classed-up farm trucks.

Only Ram was able to find that balance of workability and bombastic braggadocio that a small faction of the pickup truck community was looking for--and it's kept that polarizing commitment ever since Ram split off from its parent to be a standalone brand back in 2009. And whether you love it or you hate it, you have to respect it. That's just how the Ram 1500 swings.

A design that seems set in stone--but that's getting polished with age

The overall design of the 1500 model isn't wildly different from the original styles that we saw on the Dodge Ram 1500 of old. For a vehicle that was so stubbornly successful it was able to become its own brand from a single model, that's not really too surprising. Also unsurprising are the ways that the Ram 1500 is changing over time: bigger bodies, more muscle, more chrome, and bigger badging. While the modern lineup doesn't offer the iconic hood ornament that defined Dodge and Ram trucks two decades ago, it has managed to come up with an equally loud option: massive RAM lettering on the tailgate and the grille for many of its models. Unlike the hood ornament, which only announced its arrival, these new design features scream its approach, its advent, and its departure, leaving the watcher feeling some combination of judgment, envy, and culture-shock.

That doesn't do much to help you park, though the new 1500 does offer driver-assistance cameras on some models.


Configurations to fit any lifestyle. Seriously

We can begrudgingly love the Ram 1500 for its insanely massive range of options and configurations--even as they make some shoppers gloss over and start to tune out, faced with so many potential combinations. The current lineup delivers nearly fifty potential combinations of cab style, bed length, engine, drivetrain, and trim level--and that doesn't even begin to get into color. The Ram 1500 can be had in Regular Cab long bed, Regular Cab short bed, Quad Cab long bed, Crew Cab short bed, and Crew Cab long bed--short, regular, and long beds are measured at 5'7", 6'4", and 8.0' respectfully.

Trim levels start with a basic lineup: Tradesman, 1500 Express, Big Horn, Rebel, Sport, Laramie, Laramie Longhorn, and Limited, but its common for Ram to introduce special-edition and limited-run truck trims like the Night, Outdoorsman, and HFE, which may be sold for a year or two, or may only be available in small batches. It's the same with exterior paint options, which include some variants like Red Pearl, Flame Red, Luxury Brown, Black Forest Green, True Blue, Bright Silver Metallic, Granite Crystal Metallic, Maximum Steel Metallic, Brilliant Black, Pearl White, and Bright White--while others like Blue Streak, Inferno Orange, and Sublime Green are rarer to find.

No matter what your work needs, driving needs, or personal style preferences look like, there's one configuration among the hundreds of potentials that will likely make you happy.

Engine power that offers full competence with an aggressive snarl

People choose the Ram 1500 for many of the same reasons others choose sports cars: they are loud, unapologetic, and in-your-face. And no matter which engine you choose to equip the new Ram 1500, it delivers on its promise of ultra-masculine grunts and unnecessarily speedy highway passing. The 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 comes standard on most models, it being the pride of FCA (who can remember the original Pentastar? Bonus points if you actually drove a vehicle with the Pentastar on it), and offers a modest towing ability of 4,170-7,470 pounds. Provo drivers who commute longer miles, or who are conscious of their fuel-spending, can opt for the stellar efficiency--albeit higher price tag--of the 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V6, which was marketed thoroughly as the very first half-ton diesel truck engine to hit the industry, though it will likely soon be joined by Ford and Chevrolet competitors. The diesel can pull between 7,750-8,890 pounds depending on its vehicle configuration, and made a name for itself by offering up to 29 mpg on the highway; unheard of for pickup trucks at the time.

If you want or need more, you can also opt for the 5.7-liter HEMI V-8: the official, rip-roaring, hair-raising mascot of drivers who need to frequently tow heavy loads (6,760-10,360 pounds depending on model), or--more likely, in the case of the Ram 1500--drivers who almost never tow anything, nor do hard labor, but want their neighbors and random passersby to think that they do. No judgement if that's you, either. The HEMI V8 is seriously fun to drive, and your fuel economy won't really take that hard of a hit. Upgrade away.

All engines pair to an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission for easy shifting between gears, whether you're cruising on open stretches, navigating tight traffic, or towing a trailer.

Know what the people want: chrome, connection, and comfort

Chrome. It's a top feature of pickup trucks, and Ram doesn't ignore that fact. It's why every year, more and more of their models and special-edition trims are dripping in it, from the grille to the tailgate, cab steps to wheels, and sometimes even in the cabin. But hey--Ram knows their audience. Those fine finishes aren't working to cover up an inadequate level of quality elsewhere, though, like some other pickup trucks try to do. Even the base Tradesman has a pretty comfortable interior, while upper-level trims like the Limited, Laramie, and Longhorn bring that first-class feeling right to your fingertips.

A standard five-link coil spring rear suspension and an available air suspension gives the Ram 1500 a uniquely comfortable ride quality--something that not every truck can similarly offer--that helps you feel more like you're driving a premium SUV than a pickup. Features like FCA's intuitive and user-friendly Uconnect 8.4 infotainment, with GPS navigation, premium audio, and even a WiFi hotspot for those who want it, help keep the driver connected in and out of town, and the 1500's class-exclusive RAMBOX cargo management system helps this truck to stand out even further in its class. 

Ram talks a big game--can they follow through with the Ram 1500?

You've probably seen Ram's two most recent brags:

"Fastest-growing truck brand in America."

"Longest-lasting pickup trucks in America.

We're not one to go up against claims like that, which are backed up by sources from somewhere, we will point out that, when you've been a brand for less than a decade, it's not hard to be the fastest-growing. To their credit, though, the recent models within the Ram 1500 lineup are making an honest effort to be more appealing, a better value, and a more comfortable, more enjoyable ride for drivers who may not be the typical "truck buyer". Those conquests for the market of casual truck drivers, away from brands like Ford, Chevrolet, and Toyota, are helping Ram to secure higher sales numbers for the Ram 1500.

Again, whatever you feel about this truck that oozes bluster--you have to acknowledge its ever-forward progress. 

Wrap up on the Ram 1500: what makes it a good truck for Provo buyers?

Pickup trucks aren't known for their refinement; in fact, they're more often known for causing back problems, being littered in farm-dog hair and dirty fast food wrappers, and for emptying the wallets of their driver at every gas station and with every break-down. But Ram appears to be working hard to change that viewpoint, by cranking out lavish, chrome-coated ultra-luxury boats that capture the attention of macho supervisors who are looking to spend their bonus checks.

If you're a blue-collar worker, who's looking to actually use their truck for towing, hauling, commuting, carting kids around, and generally getting your hands dirty, you'll likely choose a more practical option, like the Crew or Quad Cab Tradesman, which is well-equipped for the price, or maybe the stylish--but not ridiculous--Big Horn. If you like the frat-boy-with-a-trust-fund look of the Laramie or Limited, though, you won't be disappointed in what you get. The Ram 1500 is fun, it's comfortable, it drivers more like an SUV that other trucks, and it can be affordable if you stay down in the base-trim range.

Guts and glory may be less accurate than something like style and swagger, but we can respect the name that the Ram 1500 has made for itself.

*New 2017 Ram 1500 Express Crew cab. 36 Month Lease. $1999 Due at Signing. 10,000 Allowable miles per year. Security Deposit: $0. On approved credit. All prices plus tax, title, license, fees, and $299 dealer doc fee. Offer ends: 02-28-2018

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