Where Is the Ram 1500 Manufactured?
The truck buying process is filled with burning questions consumers want to know. What are the cab options? How much can it tow? What kind of engine are we working with? But one question on the rise for discerning shoppers is where their new truck came from. In this guide, we will explore where the Ram 1500 is manufactured along with the origins of various other trucks and commercial vehicles in the Ram lineup.
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Ram 1500 models sold in the United States are manufactured at the Warren Truck Assembly Plant in Warren, MI and the Sterling Heights Assembly Plant in Sterling Heights, MI. The Warren Truck Assembly Plant handles the production of Ram 1500 Classic models, while new series Ram pickups are made at Sterling Heights Assembly.
Ram is a brand of FCA, a multinational company that provides reliable vehicles to consumers all across the globe. For this reason, Ram trucks are made and assembled in various countries. When it comes to vehicles sold in the US market, you’ll find Ram models are manufactured in both the United States and Mexico. The following list provides a more accessible breakdown of Ram’s various North American plants and what vehicles are manufactured at each location at this time.
Warren Truck Assembly Plant (Warren, MI)
- Ram 1500 Classic
Sterling Heights Assembly Plant (Sterling Heights, MI)
- Ram 1500
Saltillo Assembly Plant (Saltillo, Mexico)
- Ram 1500
- Ram 2500/3500
- Ram Chassis Cab
- Ram ProMaster
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Test Drive the Ram 1500 in Lake Elmo, MN
Looking to test drive an American classic? Visit us at Fury Ram Truck Center in Lake Elmo, MN to get behind the wheel of the latest and greatest Ram 1500 models available. And if you’d like more information on the Ram 1500 lineup, we welcome you reach out to our experienced team of Ram brand experts.