2019 Dodge RAM 1500 Limited Review

2019 Dodge RAM 1500 Limited Review – The American full-size pickup truck is in the midst of a revival, and 2019 Ram 1500 joins the redesigned aluminum F-150, as well as the re-designed Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra, in adding fuel efficiency to the pullers Characteristics of this segment. and transporting talents. Like its domestic competition, RAM 1500 takes one page from Lotus’s guidebook and adds “lighter ” into its production equation (or as much as Chapman’s philosophy can be applied to a bruised, V8-powered truck). The use of more light materials, such as steel and high-strength aluminium, means that the new Ram is averaging 225 pounds lighter than its predecessor.

2019 Dodge RAM 1500 Limited Review

Ram 1500 Limited which I test is very enjoyable in all things imaginable. Reward the comfort of a comfortable air suspension system, an impressive infotainment arrangement, and the smoothness of modern safety and comfort features; All combine to form the most comfortable truck possible.

The 2019 Ram 1500 Limited is not for a cost conscious. While the entry-level 1500 Ram Tradesman started from $31,795 which made sense, its affordable Limited of the-line trim required a check for $52,995 – approximately $1,500 fewer than the Ford F-150 Platinum which was also as luxurious.

Reasonable admission fee from Limited is not without amenities, and upscale models capture buyers with standards such as proximity lock with start button, Power operated running board, leather plated interior, and exclusive segment features Such a very large 12.0 inch touchscreen infotainment system and four-angle air suspension. The RAM Tester 1500 Limited I included a number of optional additions (outlined in the sections below), which brought a tempting as-test price to $64,800.

No matter the trim, RAM 1500 is a handsome truck. Although Tradesman is a low level and off-road-ready Rebel wears a more utilitarian exterior kit, the more unusual Ram models (Big Horn, Laramie, Laramie Longhorn, and Limited) use an additional trim piece of chrome and the body color that gives Additional trucks. A sense of sophistication.

And the Ram 1500 Limited really looks elegant thanks to the custom trim textured lattice, 20-inch six spoke wheels, and headlights and LED back lights. Exclusively offered with a larger cabin crew body style and a five-foot, seven-inch bed, the conservative use of chrome on the door handle, mirror cover, and round side windows gracefully draws attention to the truck cabin And a higher side of the bed. .

The addition of the $200 layer is metallic gray paint from maximum steel and the front and back bumper of body color worth $195 (instead of the standard chrome unit) delivers my test truck with additional splash panache and pavement attractiveness. That said, I expect the Ram to store a gril crosshair from 1500 earlier, because the design “Belt buckle ” were just slightly different for my taste.

Spacious, heartily, and luxuriously, the cabin Ram 1500 Limited is a good place for miles away. The well-coated skin’s bucket seat offers 12-way power adjustments (including a four-way lumbar), as well as standard heating and cooling functions, while leather compartments and a large number of original wood trim cover the dash, door panels, and Center console. Undoubtedly, many of the materials found in the cabin Ram 1500 Limited are the steps above the items found in the lower 1500 Ram models, and the items that are shared between the trim-like doorknob and the turn-signal shaft Feels somewhat chintzy compared to the rest of the interior Ritz Limited.

Regardless of the trim, each 1500 Ram has a rotary shift key, abundant interior storage, and a clear gauge. Models with front bucket seats (three front benches are standard on the Tradesman, Big Horn, and Laramie models) featuring a central console with a storage space of 1.4 cubic feet, or more space 0.6 cubic feet than the previous 1500 Ram. The keen eye will see some Easter eggs in this space, which includes the outline of the first four-generation Ram pickup at the bottom of the tray and sheet of mathematical cradle at the bottom of the console lid.

Thanks to a taxi that was four inches longer than before, the Ram 1500 crew taxi presents the Bentley Mulsanne which beats the legroom of 45.1 inches. (The Bentley offers only 42.9 inches.) The manual-lying function allows the rear seat rider to utilize the available space, while folding the back-bottom seat provides additional space for the cargo storage.

The Ram offers two lengths of bed along the model line: a five-foot box, seven inches or a six-foot unit, four inches. My test truck featured the first one. It also includes a bed utility group for $445 (adjustable cargo hooks, LED bed lights, and item divider), as well as a cover of $550 tonneau, which keeps things in bed invisible from the Peek View and Increase fuel efficiency by reportedly 0.8 percent. RAM continues to offer innovative RamBox bed side storage as a $995 option, though it is worth noting that this seems to take up the sleeping space. While not included in my test truck, the drainable storage now has a 115 volt outlet for additional practicality.

It’s hard to ignore the giant 12.0-inch touchscreen portrait oriented that dominates the middle stack of 1500 Limited Ram. Standard on flagship trim (and optionally available on Rebel models, Laramie, and Laramie Longhorn), the massive infotainment screen is a nice living room trick that provides a bit of additional functionality compared to the smaller 8.4 inch touch screen are available at the Big Horn, Rebel, Laramie, and Laramie Longhorn models. (A smaller 5.0-inch touchscreen would be standard on Tradesman, Big Horn, and Rebel.) In fact, the only real benefit to the 12.0-inch screen-in addition to making your passengers amazed-is its ability to display two different entertainment functions simultaneously (such as navigation and radio settings). That way, it just takes more cohesive on a two-screen system that is displayed across the entire industry.

Otherwise, the 12.0-and 8.4-inch screens run the latest Uconnect infotainment system. Dubbed Uconnect 4, these settings offer crisp graphics, quick reactions to inputs, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. (The 5.0-inch screen runs Uconnect 3 and does not include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility.) The USB Port dwells all over the cab, with three calling the front passenger’s house and the other two in the rear passenger’s room. (The last two are standard on Laramie, Laramie Longhorn, and Trims are limited.)

Although the Ram includes a few buttons and a hard knob to control the basic infotainment function, I found the button-press control for the HVAC system at a 12.0-inch setting less intuitive compared to the 8.4-inch unit, which employs more Large and easier-to determine the location of buttons and buttons for functions such as fan speed and temperature control. To the annoying, the Ram forgot the physical buttons for simple functions such as seat heaters and ventilation controls on the 1500 models equipped with a 12.0 inch touch screen. Instead, they were buried in a menu on the pesky screen — a practice that irritated me as long as I was with a truck.

The 7.0-inch-gauge display cluster is installed standard on Rebel trim, Laramie, Laramie Longhorn, and Limited (the 3.5 inch screen greets the driver Tradesman and Big Horn). Like other FCA products, it provides a wide range of menus for drivers to play around through the D-pad mounted on the left corner of the steering wheel. I am partly of the display radio function of the screen which keeps all relevant audio info close to my line of sight, so that I can devote the foot of the real estate screen to my right to the navigation system.

Each variant of 2019 Ram 1500 is available with the eTorque system with a mild-hybrid brand. The standard fare at the 3.6-liter V6 base and an additional $1,450 above the cost of $1.195 5.8 liter V8, eTorque was able to add up to 90 lb-ft of torque to a six-cylinder machine and a 130 lb-ft to eight large bent.

The truck, however, did so without a eTorque and relied solely on a thin V8-fed buzz of gas for momentum (see V8/eTorque Truck Reviews coming soon). Fortunately, the gas-only engine proved to be very powerful thanks to its 395 tough horses and 410 lb-ft torque. In conjunction with an automatic transmission of eight perfect speeds, the V8 was able to drive the large four-wheeled Ram (option $3,500) with relative ease.

Despite weighing more than 2.5 tonnes and producing shadows of more than 19 feet, the Ram 1500 Limited never felt heavy. The crediting of the rack-and-pinion steering is numb but immediately aids the electricity, as well as the Limited air suspension system, which replaces the standard coil spring of the lower 1500 Ram model. Paired with Off-Road $795 Group (Chunky All-terrain tire, electronic locking rear axle, hill climb control, full-size backup, one-inch lift, and skid plate for front suspension, fuel tank, steering wheel setting, and Transfer case), RAM 1500 Limited offers four adjustable height settings: Low-level incoming/outgoing positions, aerodynamic settings for fuel efficiency, self-described normal positions, and riding off-road options High.

While it is very enjoyable to adjust the ride height of the truck while flying, the air suspension’s most impressive nature is its ability to eliminate any mudness or hardness of the 1500 Ram journey. The Body-roll is stored in surveillance, allowing a gigantic truck to tackle a rotating turn that is stronger than its size.

The air suspension system is also a boon for towing, as the arrangement can automatically flatten the back to compensate for the decline caused by the trailer weight. And thanks to the final drive ratio of 3.92:1 on my test truck (option $95), this four-wheel drive Ram was given the tow-value 11,290 pound: £3,100 more than a V8-powered 1500 Ram with a 3.21 standard: 1 rear gear, but £910 less than a four-wheel drive 2019 Chevrolet Silverado. This Ram also includes a brake-trailer controller for $295-a nice addition to the frequent tower.

The framework and body of the redesigned RAM accompany a number of active safety features available that aim to prevent, or limit effects, collisions. Opting for standard trim standards Buyer safety kits are standard like blind-spot monitors, traffic traffic systems behind traffic, and front and rear parking sensors. Selecting a Level 1 equipment group for $2.695-option on this truck-carrying additional active safety equipment such as adaptive roaming control, automatic front braking, lane departure warning system, track guard assistance, and view monitor Offering a 360-degree view of the vehicle environment. The package also netted an Harman Kardon 19-speaker audio system, a ventilated rear seat, and a self-parking system that was able to seat the truck to a parallel or perpendicular parking lot.

This package is worth every penny, if only for a close-telepathy response of the Adaptive cruise control (I have never experienced any sighting or confusion seen from the system) and the convenience of the departure-line warning system (at 82.1 inches wide , Ram 1500 can easily find one or more of its victims attacking adjacent paths).

Full-size trucks are not purchased due to fuel efficiency. The V8 5.7 liters of this tester produced only 15 cities of MPG, 22 mpg highways, and 17 mpg combined, while adding a four-wheel-drive pushed the highway numbers down to 21 mpg. Added the eTorque system to the V8, increasing the city number to 22 mpg and the combined number to 19 mpg.

Comparatively, the Chevrolet Silverado four-wheel drive with the V8 355-hp 5.3 liters and produced a fuel economy number of 16 cities mpg, the highway 22 mpg, and a combined 18 mpg-1 mpg better than the numbers reported on this Ram window sticker. Credits are likely due to the system disabling Chevy magic tricks.

Although the cabin crew model RAM 1500 came standard with a 26-gallon fuel tank, the truck included a 33-gallon tank (option $445), which allowed for theoretical cruising distance of 693 miles. Meanwhile, the 24-gallon Silverado tank means the 5.3-liter V8 truck will require fuel long before the odometer journey reaches a 600 mile figure.