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2014 RAM 1500

New 2014 RAM 1500

MSRP: $24,810 to $49,630
Invoice: $23,222 to $45,482

2014 RAM 2500

New 2014 RAM 2500

MSRP: $30,115 to $53,915
Invoice: $28,091 to $49,504

2014 RAM 3500

New 2014 RAM 3500

MSRP: $30,910 to $55,045
Invoice: $29,075 to $50,769

2014 RAM Cargo

New 2014 RAM Cargo

MSRP: $21,825
Invoice: $20,690

2014 RAM ProMaster 1500

New 2014 RAM ProMaster 1500

MSRP: $28,630 to $30,520
Invoice: $27,249 to $28,989

2014 RAM ProMaster 2500

New 2014 RAM ProMaster 2500

MSRP: $31,520 to $32,875
Invoice: $29,909 to $31,155

2014 RAM ProMaster 2500 Window Van

New 2014 RAM ProMaster 2500 Window Van

MSRP: $33,255
Invoice: $31,505

2014 RAM ProMaster 3500

New 2014 RAM ProMaster 3500

MSRP: $35,350 to $36,150
Invoice: $33,433 to $34,169

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RAM Overview

RAM is the pickup and work van brand of Chrysler.

For 2014, models under the RAM umbrella include the, 1500 full-size truck, 2500 & 3500 heavy-duty trucks, and several commercial vans.

After getting significant updates for the 2013 model year, including new engine and transmission options, the RAM 1500 light-duty pickup also gets some exciting changes for 2014. A new eco-diesel engine is available, which further enhances the 1500’s fuel efficiency. The RAM 1500 also offers an air suspension, which can adjust the height of the truck and auto-level it when carrying cargo, and the unique RAMBox storage system, which places lockable storage boxes on the left and right sides of the bed around the wheel wells.

RAM offers two heavy-duty pickup offerings in the 2500 and 3500. They are similar in look to the 1500, sharing headlamps and fenders with the smaller truck, but they both feature a larger grille which helps to cool the engine when hauling. The 2500 and 3500 already had best-in class towing but for 2014, mechanical improvements have grown that figure even more. The 3500 can tow up to 30,000 pounds with a fifth-wheel hitch.

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