Drivers looking for a hard-working vehicle in the Twin Cities area may be interested in a Ram truck or van. Each one is designed for different workloads, payloads, and towing demands. Which Ram vehicle meets your towing and payload needs? Compare light-duty, heavy-duty, chassis cab, and full-size and compact van options below.
The Ram 1500 is a light-duty truck available in three cab styles and several engine options. The 2018 Ram 1500 has a maximum towing capacity of 10,620 pounds and a max. payload of 1,880 pounds. It is also available with many luxury and convenience features.
Designed to handle loads that the Ram 1500 can’t handle, the 2018 Ram 2500 can haul up to 17,980 pounds when equipped with its diesel engine option, and more than 16,000 pounds with its gas V-8. This truck can take a max. payload of 3,990 pounds.
Drivers with serious towing needs (like with an RV or large horse trailer) may want to opt for the top-of-the-line heavy duty. The 2018 Ram 3500 is available with single or dual rear wheels, can tow up to 31,210 pounds and has a max. payload of 7,350 pounds.
Business owners looking for the maximum in upfitting options may want to go for a chassis cab, which offers the front of a pickup without the bed. This mode is idea for running unique equipment thanks to 12,480 pounds of payload capacity. It can tow up to 30,600 pounds.
The full-size 2018 Ram ProMaster can haul almost anything you need, enclosed, or even serve as a mobile workshop. This model can tow up to 5,100 pounds, and has a maximum payload capacity ranging from 3,470 pounds on some models to 5,240 pounds.
A compact van like the 2018 Ram ProMaster City offers 1,883 pounds of payload hauling and 2,000 pounds of available towing. With its maneuverable dimensions and spacious interior, this van can be ideal for small deliveries and custom services.
All of these numbers are based on 2018 models, and represent maximum capacities. To find out about towing and hauling potential of an individual Ram vehicle, and what it can do for you, contact a member of the Fury Ram Truck Center today.