In a new car marketplace stuffed with smaller, lightweight vehicles—a trend that has even been extended to pickups—the 2014 Ram Heavy Duty stands tall as an exception to the rule. It leads the segment in most important truck statistics, especially the powerful ones.
It comes with a standard 5.7L Hemi V8 engine, but you can upgrade to the 6.7L Cummins Turbo Diesel to get the most out of that high-strength frame—no less than 30,000 lbs of towing. The Heavy Duty also has segment best marks in torque (850 lb-ft) and payload (7,320), making it quite simply the best and most capable full-size truck on the road.
It might be old school, but that doesn’t mean that the Ram Heavy Duty is outdated. Just the opposite, in fact. It’s still selling well, and available in no less than six different trims—the Tradesman, SLT, Big Horn, Laramie, Big Horn, Laramie Longhorn, and Laramie Limited. So come in to Cronic CDJR today to check out one of these six Heavy Duty trucks today!