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Choosing the right pickup truck for the job helps maximize your productivity. Before you start your vehicle search, consider the types of cargo you carry or tow, whether you typically drive on poorly maintained roads or in harsh weather conditions and if your truck is for work or for personal use.
When you use your pickup truck to tow or haul, keep its Gross Vehicle Weight Rating, or GVWR, in mind. This refers to the combined weight of the truck, driver, passengers and all cargo.
Choosing the best engine and transmission for your pickup truck depends on how you’ll be using it. Consider the following for the optimal balance of performance and efficiency.
If you have to transport a crew to a jobsite or want to use your work vehicle to take your family out on the town, Ram trucks come in several cab sizes: Regular, Crew, Quad Cab® and Mega Cab®.
Whether your pickup truck will be used for recreation or on a worksite, knowing how you’ll use your pickup truck is an important factor when choosing the right one.
Half-ton trucks, also called light-duty trucks, are typically pickup trucks with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) of up to 8,500 pounds. The Ram 1500 is a half-ton truck that offers an ideal balance between towing capacity and vehicle size. It’s well-suited for most jobs that require equipment you can load into the bed yourself.
For bigger jobs, the Ram 2500—a three-quarter ton truck and Ram 3500—a one ton truck, also called heavy-duty trucks, offer impressive towing and hauling capacities as well as enhanced engine power. The Ram 3500 is also available in single- or dual-rear-wheel configurations.
To accommodate a variety of commercial uses, a Chassis Cab truck comes with only the cab and cab axle lengths preconfigured. Add nearly any upfit to your Ram Chassis Cab to suit your work needs.
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