Buyer's Guide

Ram

Ram builds some of our favorite trucks on the market, combining massive capability with a refined driving experience. Its trucks offer top-end luxurious trims with plenty of chrome and bare-bones work trucks, too, plus a line of Fiat-sourced commercial vans.

Least Expensive: A multi-purpose van positioned somewhere between a minivan and a cargo van, the Ram ProMaster City is the least expensive vehicle in the lineup, capable of hauling plenty of cargo or fitting up to five people. Prices start around $26,000.

Most Rugged: With Ford's off-road Raptor firmly in its sights, Ram developed the Rebel, and is hard at work on the Hellcat-powered Rebel TRX. Off-road tires, a factory lift, and a locking rear diff give the Ram 1500-based Rebel some serious cred away from pavement.

Popular: The Ram 1500 and the rest of Ram's pickup offerings dominate sales figures for the brand. We'd like to think at least a smidge of that comes as a result of Ram's back-to-back Truck of the Year victories.

Most Expensive: Even though the Ram 3500 has a low starting price, once a customer starts adding options, it quickly becomes the most expensive truck available. A Ram 3500 4x4 dually with the high-output Cummins diesel can run you north of $90,000.

Utility/Offroad
$28200
25 / Hwy 17 / City
$33895
16 / Hwy 11 / City
$35345
16 / Hwy 11 / City
Minivan/Van
$31245
18 / Hwy 13 / City
$24480
28 / Hwy 21 / City

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