Big, brash and brutish. But can the Ram 1500 survive a weekend bashing around in the bush?
Few vehicles spawn such vitriolic response as the Ram 1500 in Australia. On one hand, there are fans of this big American that’s now available through more mainstream means, with its big engine, big comfort and big towing capacity. On the other hand, others cannot fathom why such a thing exists on the roads, with its big consumption, big footprint and big asking price...
Does swapping out a lusty V8 for a turbo diesel V6 make sense for a Ram 1500, or does it spoil the broth?
The Ram 1500 Express Crew Cab is the second most affordable Ram you can buy, and it's competent beyond the price tag, too.
The RAM 1500 is finally available to Australian buyers with a diesel engine, and while the Hemi V8 is excellent, the diesel promises to be more fuel-efficient and effective as a workhorse.
Our love affair for utes has created a ready market for full-size pick-ups from the US. Little wonder the most affordable of them, the Ram 1500 Express, is a slam dunk.
The 2019 Ram 1500 Rebel is more than just an improved off-road: It's a better pickup overall, with greater refinement and performance.
'Eats utes for breakfast', they say. But does it have the appetite to tow one?
The RAM 1500 is the latest addition to the ASV stable in Australia, and priced to start from under 80k drive-away, it promises to appeal to cashed-up ute buyers.
These days, it's not uncommon to see dual-cab utes towing all manner of large trailers. Horse floats, cars and boats are common as flies in some parts of this great land of ours. This is their bread and butter, but with all that weight, you have to wonder how the engine copes long term and that's precisely where the American tank-like 2017 Ram Laramie 2500 comes into its own...