The Dodge Ram 2500 is one of the leading heavy-duty pickup trucks on the market today, and for a long list of viable reasons.
As heavy-duty as they come, the Ram Truck 2500 by Dodge is one of the best-selling trucks in America, adorned with plenty of options and trims to appease even the pickiest of buyers.
Boasting a maximum towing capacity of 17,850 lbs and payload of 3,020 lbs, the 2014 Ram 2500 is ready to tackle any job, big or huge.
A work horse in every sense of the word, the 2013 Ram 2500 boasts impressive numbers, including available 800 lb-ft of torque and a 12,000 lb. capacity winch.
A full size pickup truck equipped to tackle any job, the 2012 Ram 2500 offers a maximum towing capacity of 14,950 lbs.
A full-size pickup truck, the 2011 Ram 2500 is a heavy duty truck that is capable of getting any job done.
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Interested in the latest the 2015 Ram Truck 2500 has to offer? Take a look at the Trucks with the Most Horsepower list for 2015! The 1998 Ram 2500 was the first truck of its kind that was offered with four-doors. Integrated new front seatbelts separated the Quad Cab seats. The interior was completely overhauled, too, with a new side airbag cut-off switch and depowered airbags all around. In 1999, the “express down” feature was added for powered window models, and ABS was made a standard feature for 10,000-pound plus haulers. An updated steering and suspension system was unveiled for 2000, alongside several new packages. A new Cummings turbodiesel engine (optional) was introduced for 2001, offering 245 horsepower and 505 pound-feet of torque. In 2001, the Ram 2500 was entirely redesigned, carrying over to 2002 as an all-new model that offered more power, better towing performance and enhanced handling with more effective safety equipment.
Slight changes to optional equipment and packages were in store for 2003, and the Magnum V10 engine was discontinued. In 2004, the popular Power Wagon model was introduced, offering powerful add-ons and custom suspension, tires and towing options. No major changes were in store for 2005. In 2006, the Mega Cab trim was introduced. It offered an array of luxurious interior features, like a rear DVD entertainment center. The 2007 model year saw the addition of the optional 6.7-liter turbodiesel engine that was rated at 350 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque. 2008-2009 yielded no major changes. But in 2010, a brand new designed was unveiled.