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Boasting Best-In-Class Payload at 7,390 lbs., 865 lb.-ft. Best-In-Class Diesel Torque and Best-In-Class 30,000 Lbs. Diesel Towing, the 2015 Ram 3500 Big Horn is a monster on and off the road.
This beast growls “Power!” and with its standard leather-strapped steering wheel, power lumbar and 115v outlet, 5-inch UConnect touchscreen, fog lamps, 60/40 split-folding backseat, 18,000-lb. Class V trailer tow hitch receiver, and “legendary” 6.4L Hemi V8, possesses everything you’ll need to get the job done, and get it done with comfort and style.
“With an astonishing maximum tow rating of 30,000 pounds and a 7,390-pound payload peak, the 2015 Ram 3500 certainly makes for a very strong partner,” declares Edmunds.com. “But just because you need such extreme capabilities doesn’t mean you have to suffer a truck that’s as luxurious as a cement mixer. The Ram 3500 is highly civilized by workhorse standards, with a surprisingly well-trimmed interior, so you won’t mind driving it under normal circumstances, too.
“The 2015 Ram 3500 is a top pick for a heavy-duty truck thanks to its refined, well-equipped interior and astounding towing and hauling capabilities,” raves the review. As for this beast’s interior design and special features:
“The 2015 Ram 3500 takes a page out of the Ram 1500’s playbook, and the result is the nicest interior among all heavy-duty pickups,” continues Edmunds. “On the higher trim levels, soft-touch materials and tasteful stitching are abundant throughout the cabin, while the plush seats and metallic accents are almost too nice for work truck status. Interior storage is generous, with plenty of bins and pockets to supplement the dual gloveboxes.”
In other words, this puppy isn’t just a workhorse, but a show horse, too. Others agree—and swoon about its other eye and road candy as well.
“With no foreign competition to speak of, Ram has only the Ford F250/350 and Chevy Silverado/GMC Sierra HD to worry about, although perhaps it’s Ford and Chevy that should be worried,” warns Kelley Blue Book. “With a class-leading 30,000-pound tow rating and best-in-class payload and gross combined weight rating, the Ram HD for 2015 is no slouch.
“Exclusive to the Ram brand is a multi-link rear suspension that vastly improves on-road comfort, while an available diesel engine with a manual or automatic transmission gives customers a wide range of choices, making the Ram our pick for heavy-duty chores,” it adds.
“With a massive 31,210-pound towing capacity, the 3500 could possibly be the hardest-working pickup truck on earth,” praises Car and Driver. “The 3500 can be equipped with as few or as many modern luxuries as you can afford, starting with the stripped-down Tradesman and ending with the loaded Laramie Limited.
“At nearly 9000 pounds empty, this truck underscores the heavy in heavy-duty.”
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