2020 RAM 1500 Baltimore MD

2020 RAM 1500

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2020 RAM 1500 at Len Stoler Dodge Chrysler Jeep

A class leader in durability, technology, efficiency, and convenience, the RAM 1500 continues to offer features never before seen in a pickup. This year’s RAM features an impressive 12,750 pounds of towing capability combined with an equally remarkable 2,300-pound payload capacity. A mild eTorque system provides drivers with improved fuel efficiency with both the V6 and V8 configurations, and a 480 lb-ft of torque makes the RAM 1500 the most potent half-ton diesel pickup in the country. Also included this year is a RAM 1500 Night Edition which consists of a monochromatic design with enhanced black wheels, black badging, along with other exterior details. There is so much more to cover with the RAM 1500, continue reading to see all this incredible pickup offers!

Engine Performance

  • 3.6-liter V6 engine
  • Tows up to 12,750 pounds
  • 480 lb-ft of Torque

Safety Features

  • Blind-Spot Monitoring
  • Ready Alert Breaking
  • Adaptive Cruise Control

Vehicle Design

  • Uconnect Touchscreen
  • Heated/Cooled Seats
  • Automatic Headlights

What engines are there to choose from?

Four engine options are available for the RAM 1500. Standard is a 3.6-liter eTorque V6 engine providing 305 horsepower and 269 lb-ft of torque. Optional is a 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V6 with 260 horsepower, a 5.7-liter V8 with variable-valve timing and 395 horsepower, and a 5.7-liter eTorque Hemi V8 with 395 horsepower. Every engine comes with a mild eTorque system that provides the RAM with tremendous fuel efficiency. The 2020 RAM has an impressive payload capacity of 2,300 and an equally terrific towing capacity of 12,750 pounds.

What are notable features on the 2020 RAM 1500?

Every trim of the new RAM 1500 comes with a radiant Uconnect 4C system that comes with a large 12-inch touchscreen with features such as split-screen capability, exclusive content from Sirus XM, and a 360-degree camera. New this year is a Night Edition which includes a new monochromatic design that is enhanced by its black wheels, black badging and other exterior details. Making a comeback is The RAM Rebel Black Appearance Group that comes with black wheels, dark skid plate, and an all-black interior. The large cab provides you with a spacious interior that allows for more features and passenger comfort while the second row gives you eight degrees of slide recline, a flat load floor with integrated RamBins, heated and cooled seats, tie-down rings and an ample and expandable under-seat storage. In 2020 the RAM 1500 comes with the option of two doors or four doors and Quad Cab or a Crew Cab. The Quad Cab gets you a six-foot four-inch bed, and the Crew Cab gives you the choice of a five-foot seven-inch bed or a six-foot four-inch bed.

What are some of the safety features?

With all of its advanced technology, the RAM 1500 also includes over 100 available saftey and security features. Now available on all 2020 RAM 1500s is a Blind Spot Monitoring System with Rear Cross Path and Trailer Detection. The system scans the blind spot zones beside the vehicle so it can help ensure trailer saftey while maneuvering and automatically sensing and accounting for the trailer. Also available is an Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go which detects vehicles ahead. If you need increased braking is slower traffic, an available Forward Collision Warning with Advanced Brake Assist helps automatically help adjust to a safe distance.

Final Thoughts on the 2020 RAM 1500

When you’re already on top of the mountain, it’s hard to go even further up, but that’s what the RAM 1500 has done! A leader in technology and comfort, this iteration of the RAM 1500 also gives you four powerful and fuel-efficient engine options. The multiple safety options are a plus as is the addition of the brand new Uconnect 4C touchscreen. Need more information? Head down to the dealership and speak with one of our knowledgeable representatives and then take a test drive!

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