The 2014 RAM 1500 full-size light-duty pickup truck achieves a maximum towing capacity of 10,450 pounds. Three available engines each attain different maximum tow ratings.
There are no towing methods that can increase the maximum towing capacity of a Dodge Ram 1500. These vehicles are designed with a maximum Gross Combined Vehicle Weight, which is a total of the weight of the vehicle, passengers or cargo, and anything in tow.
Cab and box size, transmission type, wheel drive, axle ratio and engine size are all variables that can affect the RAM 1500 towing capacity. Other items that can impact the towing capacity include the gross vehicle weight, the trailer weight and the trailer tongue weight.
The towing capacity of the 2000 Dodge Ram 2500 pickup ranges from 8,800 pounds to 14,150 pounds, depending on the truck's engine, transmission and equipment. Maximum, gross, vehicle-weight ratings come in between 14,000 and 20,000 pounds.
Colors available for the Dodge Ram 1500 are black clear coat, bright silver metallic, bright white clear coat, black forest green pearl and blue streak pearl. Other colors are deep cherry red crystal pearl, flame red clear coat, maximum steel metallic clear coat, granite crystal metallic and prairie
The maximum towing capacity for the 2015 RAM 1500 is between 9,000 and 10,500 lbs., depending on the model, as noted on the RAM website. The truck is equipped with state of the art technology that allows drivers to set the suspension to one of five height settings and air shocks automatically adjust
The Dodge Ram 1500 uses synthetic 5W30 oil to keep the engine running smoothly. The oil change interval time for this truck is every 10,000 miles.
A 2014 Dodge Ram 1500 weighs 2,325 kilograms (5,126 pounds) and a payload of 708 kilograms (1,560 pounds). This truck has a towing capacity more than its weight of 3,606 kilograms or 7,950 pounds.
With a 6.7 liter Cummins turbo diesel engine, the towing capacity of the 2011 Dodge Ram 2500 exceeds 13,000 pounds. This engine generates 350 horsepower and 650 foot-pounds of torque. When outfitted properly, the Dodge Ram 2500 goes above and beyond other trucks of its caliber.
The type of oil used in a Dodge Ram 1500 varies depending on the truck's engine, but they typically use either 5W-30 or 0W-40. Owners should check the vehicle's service manual to find out which type of oil (and sometimes the brand) the manufacturer recommends for the specific model. This manual also