Ram 2500 Redefines What Heavy-Duty Means

Engineers who built the Ram 2500 heavy-duty pickup truck knew that a solid truck starts with a solid foundation. That is why they chose to use 50,000 PSI steel for the frame. They used hydroformed front and rear rail contours so that it would make a solid foundation for the suspension components and mounts. This makes the truck durable even when it regularly travels over hard and uneven surfaces.

The engineers started with the frame, but then they added the legendary 6.7 L Cummins Turbo diesel engine. This engine has a rating of 17,980 pounds and only needs an oil change every 15,000 miles. This is one tough engine that is placed on one tough frame. These two components together mean that the Ram 2500 is ready for some serious business.

If you are in the market for a heavy-duty pickup truck for personal use, or perhaps for your fleet, it is time to stop by Lithia Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Portland and test drive the Ram 2500 today.



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