Ram 3500 is Fully Equipped for Rugged Terrain

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Towing capability means everything to individuals hauling sizable loads across the country in inclement conditions.

The RAM 3500, a massive one-ton rig, delivers in every way imaginable for those seeking the ultimate work truck, towing machine, or off-road vehicle that drives on the back roads. The newest 2022 RAM 3500 has three different engine options, consisting of the 6.7L high output Cummins Turbodiesel engine, 6.7L Cummins Turbodiesel, and the 6.4L Hemi V-8 engine.

The high output 6.7L Cummins Turbodiesel features 1,075 pounds per foot of torque and towing capability of 37,090 pounds. The regular 6.7L Cummins Turbodiesel has 850 pounds per foot of torque to go along with 22,670 pounds of towing capacity. The lone gas engine in the RAM 3500, the 6.4L Hemi V-8, unleashes 429 pounds per foot of torque, 18,210 pounds of towing capacity, and 410 horsepower.

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Having a multitude of options is a reality for RAM truck fans. The 2022 RAM offers five different trim levels, which are Tradesman, Big Horn, Laramie, Limited and Limited Longhorn. Each of these trims allows customers to choose from different styles they might find appealing.

The one-ton truck isn’t just a beast of the roadway, its high-tech capabilities are top-level as well. The 2022 RAM 3500 has a digital rearview mirror tow mode, which provides real-time video from a rear-facing camera courtesy of an LCD monitor. The mirror provides a view behind the trailer from a mounted camera. We know the RAM 3500 rigs are made for roads that aren’t freeways. Typically, drivers of these trucks may be traversing roads with minimal lighting on their journey through the mountains or areas with significant amounts of wilderness. The adaptive forward lighting system, which comes equipped with LED lighting, gives the RAM truck enhanced visibility in all adverse conditions.


Currently, we’ve got more than 20 of these one-ton beasts on our lots waiting for you to test drive. The price range on these trucks differs based on the year. Our most expensive rigs cost just under $90,000 and our most inexpensive options are listed at just below $28,000. We have RAM 3500 trucks from the 2006 model year through 2021 on our lots today.