2019 Ram Trucks Lead the Competition
The results are in: Ram’s lineup of 2019 trucks is untouchable by competitors across the North American automotive industry.
Although Ford’s F-Series and GM’s truck portfolio have exhibited steady sales comparable to Ram’s, Ram has been quietly leading the truck industry in terms of innovative engine design, infotainment systems, and off-road capabilities.
Fox Lake Ram dealers are extremely proud of Ram’s current diesel offerings, which are designed to suit drivers who expect the absolute best from their trucks. The Ram 1500 truck comes with a diesel option unmatched by competitors like the 2019 Chevy Silverado.
Ram is currently further ahead in its development of diesel technology than either Ford or GM and recently announced that it would release a second generation diesel powertrain option in 2018. By comparison, Ford recently announced that its upcoming F-150 diesel truck will be rated at 22 MPG. If that’s what you’re looking for, you can find the same combined fuel economy in Ram’s current lineup of trucks for sale at Ram dealerships near you.
Ram has also managed to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to infotainment technology. Practically every review site on the Internet has given FCA’s infotainment systems top marks. That’s not a coincidence–the automaker has remained committed to perfecting the technology for close to a decade now, constantly working to make dashboard infotainment systems intuitive, fun to use and beautiful to look at.
Now, Ram is ready to shake up the automotive landscape even more. New Ram vehicles will come with an extra-large 12-inch infotainment system screen. The 2019 Ram 1500 will feature the upgraded screen configured with the new Uconnect 4C NAV system. The system is fully customizable and can house applications, such as the navigation map, across the entire screen, or divide the screen in half so that two applications are viewable at once.
And, of course, Ram is a natural leader in the industry when it comes to mechanical innovation. Ford and GM may claim that their trucks are the most off-road capable, but nothing handles deserts, frozen lakes, rocky terrain, logging roads and thick mud like a Ram. Ram’s latest updates to its trucks’ off-road suspension offers drivers the ability to disconnect the truck’s front stabilizer bar for more suspension articulation. Show us a Ford with hardcore capabilities like that. We’ll wait.
Now you understand why roughly 40,000 Ram pickup trucks drove off dealer lots in America last month. When you want the best truck money can buy, you head to one of your local Ram dealerships.
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