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Ram shakes up its pickup lineup for 2011

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Ram shakes up its pickup lineup for 2011

03:43 PM

CAPTIONBy Bill Delaney, Chrysler

Chrysler was making enough news yesterday about the redo of its car line, including renaming the Sebring as the 200, that Ram trucks got a little lost of the mix. Well, that lineup is getting shaken up as well.

Our friends at PickupTrucks.com took a look and found there some pretty significant changes in Ram, formerly Dodge Ram but now a stand-alone brand.

The Ram 1500, for instance, now gets an active on-demand transfer case, offering better torque transfer in slick conditions. It also gets an increase in gross combined weight rating and four new exterior colors. They include Hunter Green Pearl Coat, Mineral Gray Metallic, Deep Cherry Red Crystal Pearl and Light Graystone.

Ram HD gets an increase in gross vehicle weight rating, going to 22,000 pounds.



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