The 2013 Dodge Ram leads the full-size trucks in the inner quality, gas mileage, and handling; add infotainment list this year, but they’re mixed on the new air suspension, and towing capacity is down. The 2013 Dodge Ram full-size pickup offers a new powertrain V-6, eight-speed that tops the Epa gas mileage Layers, beating all competitors. The development and complexity and improve because of the new model year, and more new technologies and comfort throughout the room. While the exterior is not much different if you still wear the badge of Dodge, Ram 1500 feels like a completely new truck.
2013 Dodge Ram Interior
The 2013 Dodge Ram interior receives many of the same improvements that Chrysler, Dodge, and the Jeep vehicles have seen over the past couple of years. The appearance of the interior has been only modestly redesigned, but the materials and trims are completely new, with a large center reworked and all-new climate-control interface multimedia and infotainment systems. And, perhaps most notably, the new trucks and eight speed automatic will shift to a new rotary selector located just on the left side of the lower center stack, and the buttons for a transfer case located conveniently below. Ram’s designers have designed the new rotary selector to be easy to use with work gloves, and is intended to be the same across a variety of seating options and layouts. The Laramie Longhorn is the standout of the system, and a unique burl walnut real wood trim and plush leather.
The available navigation system provides voice-activated features, new areas of 3D animation, and treatment guidance, and fuel price, weather, sports, movie info through Sirius Travel Link. There’s also the new seven-inch reconfigurable cluster that effectively replaces a conventional cluster quickly and can communicate the information to him and that are customized, and up to three ‘analog’ estimate of the time. The Ram comes with a new USB powered, SD card, and aux-in ports, and full iPod control via USB and expanded steering-wheel controls.
2013 Dodge Ram Engine
The 2013 Dodge Ram offers a choice of three different engines, and now its V-6 is a logical choice – it’s the best choice for anyone choosing to drive a truck and a van, even when they actually pull or haul very much.
The V-6 and the former, a 3.7-liter producing an anemic 210 horsepower, has been dropped for 2013 in favor of the version of Chrysler’s Pentastar V-6, tuned to 305 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque. It is standard on the model HFE and SLT. The new six-cylinder starts to get a little strained at about 80 miles per hour on the highway, as trying vainly to overcome the mass of the ram. Until then, it sounds almost like a V-8, until about 3000 rpm, even a little better than V-6 Ford’s slightly less powerful. In other words, it does not taste like weak sauce, and if you use your truck for sweaty times, it’s a very good pick, and relief at the gas pump. The six Ram get the best gas mileage in the class, at 17/25 mpg with the 8-speed automatic, the stop / start technology is that – and towing is rated as as 6500 pounds, which Chrysler says it best of all six-cylinder, full -isayizi trucks.
2013 Dodge Ram Safety
Dodge Ram 2013 features standard safety remain strong, and standard airbags, stability control with trailer-sway system, and hill-start assist. Average rearview camera is available; parking sensors can be ordered on all but regular trucks CAB. The Ram 1500 has gotten better at crash tests; it’s four stars by NHTSA test, but ae still calls its roof in the background.