2025 RAM 1500

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Pricing

MSRP* $40,275 - $87,075
Invoice* Information not available

MPG

City 15 - 20 Hwy 21 - 26

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2025 RAM 1500 Overview

The verdict: Die-hard fans may lament the passing of the Hemi V-8, but the 2025 Ram 1500’s new Hurricane twin-turbo straight-six-cylinder engines make up in power and smoothness what they lack in audible growl.

Versus the competition:
The Ram 1500 is still the most comfortable pickup truck on the market with the nicest interior, but now it adds a significant boost in quietness and refinement versus its Ford and GM competitors.

The simple fact of the matter is that the V-8 engine is dying, with nearly every major automaker except GM starting to phase them out of production as tougher emissions laws and the increased global push for electrification makes them untenable. Pickup trucks are the latest body style to see them start to disappear: First, Ford switched almost everything over to twin-turbocharged V-6 engines (they still have one 5.0-liter V-8 as an option), then Toyota dumped their V-8 for a twin-turbo V-6, as well. Now, Ram has done the same. The really big story here is that the 2025 Ram 1500 is no longer offered with a Hemi V-8 engine; it’s six-cylinder engines across the board, from the base model to the new-for-’25, line-topping Tungsten trim.

Truck and Hemi fans are going to cry foul, GM is going to say, “Well, we make V-8s work,” and environmentalists are still going to lament that Rams use gasoline. But everybody can calm down — the switch to turbo sixes in the new Ram 1500 works, and it works exceptionally well.

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