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When Dodge first gave us the 18-wheeler look with the Trevor Creed designed Ram, way back in 1994, it turned the full-size pickup market on its ear. Since then successive Rams have built upon the macho looks, becoming larger than life mobile statements to everything that is big, rugged and all-American.

For 2009 Chrysler has given its full-size warhorse a substantial freshening, with updated styling, revised interior, a new coil-sprung rear suspension and a nifty Ram Box feature, with lockable storage compartments built into the sides of the bed. But, we canít help wondering if the once hard as nails Ram is perhaps becoming a bit soft. And in this soggy economy is there still enough of a market for personal use pickups? Letís find out.

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if it realistically holds up to what those guy's do to it on the advertisment, (the off road) commercial than i would say it's still tuff as nails


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post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-13-2009, 02:47 PM
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When will they put the V8 Cummins in it. Don't care for power but the mileage would be awsome. Especialy if some things fell off and some thing fell on

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Along with many others, I stood and drooled over the new Dodge HD pickup at the Edmonton Auto Show. It is anything soft looking.
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Lol me too. And i heard that they won't have a dpf but rather a urea type injection. Hopefully it won't hurt mileage as bad.

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its sad

It's still a diesel with emissions control systems on it, it's just not the same! sorry
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