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What's New for 2016: Ram Truck Brand News

Published on Jun 26, 2015

FCA Digital Media brings you the latest from the Ram Truck Brand during the What's New for 2016 event. Betty Carrier Newman (FCA Digital Media) interviews Bob Hegbloom (President and CEO - Ram Truck Brand) and Mike Cairns (Head of Ram Engineering).

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Are the 2016 Ram HD’s Output Figures Bogus?

Are the 2016 Ram HD’s Output Figures Bogus?



08/28/2015

Ram has overtaken rivals in the heavy-duty pickup segment. When properly equipped, their 3500-model trucks are rated to tow a segment-leading 31,210 pounds.

Enabling this stellar performance is an updated 6.7-liter Cummins diesel that puts out up to 385 hp along with a best-in-class 900 lb-ft of torque. But how trustworthy are these figures? Could they be bogus? The answer depends on how you measure.


Perusing the Ram 3500’s spec sheet reveals all of its vital statistics, from wheelbase and overall height to turning diameter and crankcase capacity. Eyeballing its engine output figures revealed a curious anomaly; the truck’s Cummins inline-six is rated SAE Gross using the organization’s J1995 standard. This is a different test procedure than what’s commonly used throughout the automotive business.

Car companies most frequently rely on the SAE J1349 when measuring horsepower and torque. Gary Pollak, program manager for technical projects at SAE International said, “[It’s] the spec that the industry uses.” Powerplants for passenger cars, light trucks, SUVs and similar vehicles are tested this way.

Potentially undermining Ram’s claimed figures Pollak said, “No vehicle manufacturer has an engine certified 1995.” Additionally, he noted that the folks at SAE want all manufacturers to use “comparable methods” when measuring engine output, which, at least for now, would be J1349.

Hop, Skip and Jump to Conclusions

However, just because Ram uses a different procedure does not mean its claimed figures are spurious. According to SAE, the J1995 standard is:

Intended for use primarily by engine manufacturers that supply engines to other companies for installation in applications where the engine manufacturer may not control induction and exhaust system design or the speed at which the powerplant runs.

Since Ram buys its diesel engines from Cummins, this rating standard makes sense. Everything appears to be on the up-and-up.

Clarifying their position, Nick Cappa of Ram Truck communications said, “Cummins is an engine-producing company, so when they punch out motors, they’re using them in a number of different applications and it’s not always going to have the same accessory drives,” or intake plumbing or exhaust routing, for that matter.

Cummins Diesel“We were the pioneers in the large displacement turbo diesels in heavy-duty trucks,” said Cappa. Ever since Chrysler introduced the original 5.9-liter Cummins 27 years ago, he said they’ve used the same exact test procedure, J1995, so it’s not like the folks in Auburn Hills decided one morning they were going to try to game the system by using a different procedure from the rest of their competitors.

Driving his point home, Cappa noted, “Our engineers truly feel the 1995 power ratings provide a more direct reference for comparing heavy-duty engine performance.” This is because these hard-working trucks can be outfitted in countless different ways, with equipment like dual alternators, power-takeoffs and so on, all of which leads to varying parasitic losses, which Cappa said are more accurately taken into account by the J1995 standard.

Thirty-Six Inches, Three Feet, One Yard

Three Feet is always 36 inches, whether you’re gauging it with a tape measure, yardstick or laser-powered rangefinder. Ram may be a strong proponent of the J1995 procedure, but its rivals aren’t necessarily in agreement; they think their measuring techniques are more accurate.

“We’re using 1349 for our engines,” said Mike Levine, truck communications manager at Ford, a standard they believe is more rigorous than J1995.

Ford Super Duty

Levine said, “If you look at the HD customer, about 90 percent of them tow … So they’re looking for great low-end torque and they’re looking for high efficiency with the power to pull a heavy trailer.”

Ford’s 6.7-liter Power Stroke diesel V8 puts out 440 horses and 860 lb-ft of torque. Levine was eager to point out that these are best-in-class standard numbers. In comparison, Ram’s Cummins is offered in three different potencies. With a manual gearbox, it’s rated at 350 hp and 660 lb-ft; when equipped with the 68RFE automatic transmission, those figures increase to 370 and 800; finally, when paired with an optional Aisin self-shifting gearbox, drivers get 385 ponies and the full 900 units of twist.

It’s worth noting that in 2015 model-year Rams, the Cummins inline-six is an $8,305 option. Beyond that, you have to spend an additional $2,995 for the Aisin automatic transmission.

Ford Power StrokeBut back to test procedures. When asked if there was any estimable percentage difference between J1995 and J1349, Pollak said, “There’s so many variables, so much involved, it would be hard to make any kind of comparison like that.” Unfortunately, there’s no real way to stack them against one another.

“Each of them are equally valid, equally fine,” noted Pollak. However, “Unless you go through our certified power program … we have no oversight,” so conceivably an automaker could make nearly any claim they wanted. “And that’s one of the reasons we started our certified power program,” added Pollak.

But where does General Motors, the third biggest player in the heavy-duty truck segment stand on this issue? According to Tom Read, the powertrain communications man at GM, all of their engines, unless otherwise noted, are rated using SAE J2723, a third procedure, which is arguably the most trustworthy one.

Explaining what this is, Pollak said the J2723 test “is our certified power program.” It involves lots of official paperwork as well as a specially trained, third party individual that verifies the procedure as well as the resultant horsepower and torque figures.

Curiously, SAE certification can be applied to either J1349 or J1995, a manufacturer simply has to follow the rules outlined in J2723. Confused by all of these numbers? Good. There are even more below.
Do Certifications Matter?

If certified numbers really matter to truck buyers, then they should apply to more than just engine output. Accordingly, SAE has a way of guaranteeing a vehicle’s tow rating as well.

Cappa said capability is the No. 1 concern for buyers of heavy-duty Ram trucks, which is why they want to be on top and the reason why they certify their entire pickup range to SAE standards.

“We’re the only manufacturer to use J2807 criteria in all three truck segments,” said Cappa, from light-duty half-ton models to three-quarter and one-ton Rams, not an easy feat. With a chuckle, he said, “It’s stringent; it’s not easy to hit.”

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On the flipside, most of Dearborn’s pickups are compliant with this rating, though not all. Levine said, “Since 2013 all new Ford vehicles are rated according to J2807.” This includes the 2015 F-150 as well as its monstrous F-450. However, the blue oval’s F-250 and F-350 trucks are not currently compliant, something that will be rectified in the near future.

Levine said, “When the next-generation Super Duty comes out, it will be J2807 [compliant].” Production of these all-new pickups is slated to begin next year.

Fighting to be First


Ford Super DutyIn the heavy-duty segment, Ram has the lead right now with up to 900 lb-ft of torque, something that enables best-in-class towing and payload capability. Ford counters this with segment-leading horsepower and standard torque with its 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8.

However, when the blue oval’s next-generation Super Duty hits the road, it’s probably a safe bet Ford will wrest these titles away from Ram. Such cutthroat competition poses challenges for automakers, but it’s good news for customers who have access to ever-improving vehicles.

But really, when it comes to engine output, the numbers provided by these mini big-rigs are so close, it likely isn’t noticeable; any of today’s heavy-duty trucks are so ridiculously capable that output differences are practically academic and that is a good thing.


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Ram Trucks: Setting the Bar on Fuel Efficiency, Power, Payload and Towing

Ram Trucks: Setting the Bar on Fuel Efficiency, Power, Payload and Towing

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Since its launch as a stand-alone division in 2009, the Ram Truck brand has steadily emerged as an industry leader with one goal: to build the best pickup trucks and commercial vehicles in the industry.

The brand continues to invest substantially in its hard-working products, infusing them with great looks, refined interiors, durable engines and class-exclusive features that further enhance their capabilities. Chief among those investments for 2016 is a substantial increase in the Ram’s already chart-topping power and towing.


“Ram is committed to engineering and innovation leadership, which includes a four-pillar list of best-in-class titles: fuel economy at 29 mpg; torque which we increased to 900 lb.-ft.; payload at 7,390 pounds and towing, for which we’ve set a new high point of 31,210 pounds,” said Bob Hegbloom, President and CEO — Ram Truck Brand, FCA North America. “Ram has loaded its trucks with dozens of features that set them ahead of the competition, including cargo-view cameras, air bag suspension options and, of course, a wide range of powerful, fuel-efficient powertrains.”

The full-size half-ton pickup truck segment has evolved from brute capability and acceptable efficiency to an engineering and execution that combine desirable size, configurations, capability, refinement, technology and quality, and now – most importantly – outstanding fuel efficiency.

As a full-line truck manufacturer, the commercial truck market is also extremely important to Ram. The Ram Commercial Truck brand will continue to expand its presence in the vocation truck segment by enhancing the capabilities of Ram’s Tradesman series of trucks from half-ton to Class 5, working with its network of 950 commercially focused dealers, expanding commercial and vocational marketing efforts and leveraging Fiat Professional to bring proven commercial vans to North America.

2016 Ram 1500

The Ram 1500 continues to move forward with two mid-year 2015 offerings that carry into the 2016 model year – the Ram 1500 Rebel and Ram 1500 Laramie Limited.

The Ram 1500 Rebel brings a one-of-a-kind off-road design to the full-size truck segment. Rebel features an all-new grille with a prominent billet silver “RAM” letter badge. Departing from the brand’s iconic “cross-hair” designs, the blacked-out Rebel grille tops a completely new black off-road front bumper design with a durable powder-coated surface, which incorporates a billet silver skid plate, new front tow hooks and new LED fog lamps. Black bezel bi-functional projector headlamps with LED marker lights lie beneath an aluminum, twin-snorkel sport hood. Continuing around to the rearview is a bold new “RAM” stamped tailgate with blacked-out lettering.

The Rebel’s trail-running capability gets a boost with 1.0-inch raised ride height for improved off-road approach, departure and breakover angles. Bilstein-supplied front and rear shocks – with unique tuning and a new steering calibration – are matched to the Rebel’s increased ride height. A softer rear stabilizer bar provides improved dynamics. Beefy 33-inch (LT285/70R17E) Toyo Open Country A/T All-terrain tires are mounted to the all-new 17-inch silver and black cast aluminum wheels.

Inside, Rebel is every bit as brawny and rugged as it is outside, featuring dramatic, industry-exclusive seating elements. High-durability technical grain vinyl seats are finished in Radar Red and Black with Sedoso fabric inserts embossed with the Toyo tire tread pattern matching Rebel’s actual footprint.

Ram Truck brand also has taken the Ram Laramie Limited – the benchmark in truck opulence – to an even higher level of sophistication and attention to detail. The Limited’s all-new grille is the most prominent change to the exterior. As the leading point, its new billet port grille breaks from the long tradition of a crosshair styling with bold “RAM” lettering. The side profile of the Limited is dressed in chrome body-side molding, mirrors, door handles, window molding and standard wheel-to-wheel side steps. Matching the new front grille theme, a new tailgate design is fixed with a 20-inch-wide, bright chrome “RAM” badge so onlookers can clearly identify the truck, coming and going. A new chrome accent strip lines the base of the gate.

Subtle stitching accents, pinstriping, unique materials and patterns are found throughout the interior. A new console bin houses a cellular phone and tablet holder, which can be concealed with a new tambour wood sliding door. The door is made from Black Argento wood, the chosen timber for the Limited interior. The collective silver pinstripe theme runs throughout the cockpit.

All 2016 models will inherit the new center console design. Laramie Longhorn will use its own variant of the tambour door found on the 2015 Laramie Limited. Bluetooth connectivity is now available on entry-level radios for handsfree driving in all Ram 1500 trucks.

The 2016 Ram 1500 leads pickup truck fuel economy with the exclusive 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V-6 engine delivering 240 horsepower and 420 lb.-ft. of torque at 29 miles per gallon (mpg). The 3.0-liter EcoDiesel engine is mated to the TorqueFlite eight-speed automatic transmission. Together, the powertrain system delivers an outstanding combination of fuel efficiency and towing capability up to 9,200 pounds.

Ram Truck offers the best value in half-ton trucks with a starting price of $24,970, plus $1,195 destination, and includes a standard 5.7-liter HEMI® V-8 engine.

2016 Ram 2500/3500 Heavy Duty

The Ram Truck brand’s goal is to build the best trucks in the industry. In the heavy-duty pickup segment, that equates to the best capability, highest towing and most power. In 2016, Ram continues to offer the most capable three-quarter and one-ton pickups in the segment:


Power – Best-in-class 900 lb.-ft. of torque with 6.7-liter Cummins
Towing – Best-in-class 31,210 pounds with Ram 3500
Towing – Best-in-class 17,9810 pounds with Ram 2500
Payload – Best-in-class 7,390 pounds with Ram 3500
Power – Best-in-class 410 horsepower and 429 lb.-ft. of torque with 6.4-liter HEMI V-8
Capacity – Best-in-class Gross Combined Weight Rating (GCWR) of 39,100 pounds with Ram 3500
Ram 2500 and 3500 Heavy Duty trucks offer more innovative features than the competitors’ trucks, including a five-link coil suspension with optional air suspension on Ram 2500 and a supplemental air bag suspension option on Ram 3500.


The 2016 model year brings a new Ram Laramie Limited design offering. The benchmark for premium trucks is taken to an even higher level of sophistication and attention to detail. Featuring high-quality materials, such as all-black, full leather seating, real wood interior components and unique badges, Limited is a “black-tie” luxury alternative to the popular southwestern-themed Laramie Longhorn edition pickup.

The Limited’s all-new grille is the most prominent change of the exterior. As the leading point of the new Limited, its new billet port grille breaks from the long tradition of a crosshair styling, with bold “RAM” lettering. A new front park-assist system, mounted in the bumper, gives audible warning of nearby objects.

2016 Ram 3500/4500/5500 Chassis Cab

Ram 3500, 4500 and 5500 Chassis Cab trucks are the brand’s halo trucks for capability. Engineered and designed for extreme daily work, the Ram Chassis Cabs are built for an unrelenting duty-cycle with direct customer input.

The Ram Chassis Cab line is specifically designed to meet the needs of construction, landscaping and heavy delivery businesses. They offer best-in-class Gross Combined Weight Ratings (GCWR) of 37,500 pounds, best-in-class towing capability of 29,600 pounds, best-in-class rear frame strength of 50,000 psi and best-in-class dual-tank fuel capacity of 74 gallons.

2016 Ram Chassis Cab trucks can be ordered with an optional ParkSense Package, which now includes a new front park-assist system. This exclusive feature further enhances safe operation and complements the current backup camera offering. The feature improves total cost of ownership and reduces potential damage by audibly warning the driver of impending contact.

Handsfree driving is a must and Ram Chassis Cab trucks offer the latest infotainment technology. New for 2016, entry-level radios are now available with Bluetooth.

Ram chassis cab trucks – part of Ram’s lineup of commercial trucks – meet and exceed customer demands for capability, total cost of ownership, quality, reliability and dependability (QRD) and power and performance.

2016 Ram ProMaster

The 2016 Ram ProMaster continues to answer the call of businesses everywhere as it solidifies its place in Ram Commercial’s popular truck and van lineup. The 2016 model continues Ram Commercial’s commitment to upfitter friendliness with new features driven by customer input.

Airport and hotel shuttle customers and mobility upfitters requested a window version of the largest ProMaster configuration. The 2016 Ram ProMaster now adds side window availability to 159-inch, high roof, extended configuration.

RV upfitters and executive transportation companies asked for upscale appearance. Ram ProMaster delivers with a chrome grille option. Upfitters also sought more electrical function and capability when adding power hungry conversions. Again, Ram ProMaster answers with provisions for a second battery at the rear of the cab and new 20-amp auxiliary switches easily accessible on the dash panel.

The unibody system under the cab is an enabler for the ProMaster’s segment exclusive front-wheel-drive system. The body-integral construction and multiple configurations allow Ram’s ProMaster to be upfitted for virtually every conceivable job. Without rear driveshafts or rear differentials, the proven drive system creates a number of advantages:


Best-in-class fuel economy
Best-in-class step-in height and lowest load floor
Best-in-class standard ceiling height
Lower maintenance costs


Ram Commercial is tapping into Fiat Professional, one of the largest producers of commercial vehicles in the entire world, offering more than 110 years of experience. That knowledge has helped Ram enter new segments and expand the product line. Based on the Fiat Ducato, the Ram ProMaster full-size van is optimized for the North American market and offered by Ram Commercial with best-in-class attributes. Now in its third generation with more than four million sold worldwide, this van is a proven, award-winning workhorse with titles in efficiency and capability.

2016 Ram ProMaster City

The 2016 Ram ProMaster City is Ram’s newest addition to its commercial vehicle lineup, and contributes to the expanding, purpose-built, van segment with a number of best-in-class, functional elements tied directly to commercial customer demand. ProMaster City opens a door for incremental growth of Ram’s sales volumes.

Replacing the Ram C/V as a Ram Truck’s Class 1 van offering, the Ram ProMaster City competes with compact commercial and passenger vans with best-in-class attributes in the areas that count: payload capacity, cargo area, performance and fuel economy.

Based on the successful Fiat Doblò, a two-time International Van of the Year winner with more than 1.3 million units sold, the Ram ProMaster City will incorporate familiar Ram Truck design elements and offer features, systems and powertrains preferred by North American customers. The Ram ProMaster City is the brand’s second shared collaboration with Fiat Professional. The Ram ProMaster full-size van was the first.

Whether the job is delivering packages, organizing and hauling the tools of a professional tradesman or carting the band’s gear to the next gig, the Ram ProMaster City van is designed and engineered to tackle big jobs with best-in-class cargo area, payload capacity and standard highway fuel economy. It does so while delivering versatile functionality, durability and superior ride and handling.

Ram Commercial

Including a product range that spans from half-ton pickups to Class 5 chassis-cab trucks, ProMaster and ProMaster City cargo vans and wagons, the Ram Commercial Truck brand now offers products designed to meet the needs of small businesses, work truck fleets and demanding buyers whose commercial vehicle may be his or her company’s lifeblood.

The Ram Commercial division integrates a growing network of Ram BusinessLink dealers focused on the needs of commercial customers. Ram Commercial also helps offset the cost of doing business with On The Job incentives, specifically designed to lower the expense of commercial upfits. Both programs address professional needs for every job.

Ram Truck is committed to delivering the best value proposition with low total cost of ownership across the entire product lineup. From the Ram 5500 Chassis Cab to the Ram C/V, Ram Truck is providing best-in-class capability and technology. The Ram Truck team has not only taken steps to expand and improve its product offerings, but created and built upon customer-service solutions, following through with BusinessLink and On the Job programs for customers who use their truck as a critical tool for business.

Ram Commercial is focused on four pillars of excellence:

The right products, including a full-line of new commercial trucks and vans
The right message: best-in-class fuel economy, power, towing and torque
The right network: approximately 900 dedicated Ram Commercial dealers
The right leverage: taking full advantage of Fiat Professional products and expertise

Ram Commercial Marketing

In many cases, the owner is not the operator, which creates a unique sales and marketing dynamic. Ram Commercial offers a complete approach with a company-wide strategy supported by all organizations and a dedicated sales force. Marketing efforts speak directly to commercial buyers both visually and verbally, and improved customer targeting benefits from laser-focused channels, such as tradeshows, commercial websites and trade publications. The division is supported throughout the entire network, including local advocates, operation managers, sales specialists and an extensive dealer network.

Top reasons for purchase in the segment:


Value
Quality, reliability and dependability
Cargo space and payload
Total cost of ownership
Ram Truck Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)


Commercial customers in particular face balancing the challenges of opportunity costs, fuel pricing, reduced budgets, new technology and durability. Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) calculations are helpful in making purchase and operational decisions. Ram Truck offers best-in-class TCO for commercial truck owners. The Ram 1500 features a standard V-8 engine, with best-in-class entry level capability and impressive resale value, allowing owners to recover more upfront costs. All Cummins diesel-powered Ram trucks feature a 15,000-mile oil change interval and a best-in-class diesel exhaust brake increases frictional brake life by three times the market average. Ram truck also offers the most upfitter-friendly solutions in the industry, reducing the initial costs for specialty trucks such as crane, roll-back or dump bed upfits. Topping it off, Ram offers a best-in-class 5-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty, proof of the quality built into each truck and van.

Ram Commercial lineup

The Ram Truck brand continues to establish its own identity and clearly define its customer. The brand has emerged as a leader by investing in new products, infusing them with durable powertrains, robust chassis, new technology and features that further enhance their capabilities while delivering low total cost of ownership. Commercial truck and van customers have a demanding range of needs and require their vehicles to perform at any time. The Ram 1500, 2500 and 3500 pickups; 3500, 4500 and 5500 Chassis Cabs; Ram ProMaster City and Ram ProMaster vans are designed to deliver a total package.

About BusinessLink

BusinessLink is a free program that connects business owners with a network of FCA dealers that are specially equipped to work with small businesses. Nationwide, FCA US’s more than 950 BusinessLink dealers offer the convenience of one-stop sales and service essential to help commercial/small businesses stay on the road to profitability. Business owners may access this free membership program with proof of business ownership at any BusinessLink dealer.

Benefits include no dues or fees, specialized in-dealership commercial/small business sales and service personnel, extended service and repair hours, priority next-available-bay service, free shuttle service, 24/7 towing service, free loaners for select vehicles, expertise in commercial financing options and unique business variable incentives. Find a local BusinessLink dealer at (877) 2THELINK.

About "On The Job"

FCA’s "On The Job” vehicle program provides commercial/small business owners a variety of incentives and discounts to assist them in purchasing, servicing and customizing vehicles to specifically address their unique professional needs. Custom upfit allowances, service contracts, Mopar certificates and cash allowances are just a few of the stackable incentives that business owners can use at any of FCA’s 2,600 dealerships. Business owners may take advantage of these incentives in addition to existing BusinessLink or retail specials. Most FCA vehicles qualify for On The Job program advantages when the vehicle is purchased for business use. For On The Job program information, call (877) ONTHEJOB.

About Ram Truck Brand

Since its launch as a stand-alone division in 2009, the Ram Truck Brand has steadily emerged as an industry leader with one goal: to build the best pickup trucks and commercial vehicles in the industry.

Creating a distinct identity for Ram Trucks has allowed the brand to concentrate on core customers and features they find valuable. Whether focusing on a family that uses a Ram 1500 day in and day out, a hard-working Ram 3500 Heavy Duty owner or a business that depends on its Ram ProMaster commercial van every day for deliveries, Ram has the truck market covered.

In order to be the best, it takes a commitment to innovation, capability, efficiency and durability. Ram Truck invests substantially in its products, infusing them with great looks, refined interiors, durable engines and exclusive features that further enhance their capabilities.

Moving into the 2016 model year, Ram continues to beat the competition in the most sought-after titles:


Best-in-class fuel economy with exclusive EcoDiesel – 29 mpg with Ram 1500
Best-in-class towing capability – 31,210 pounds with Ram 3500
Best-in-class payload – 7,390 pounds with Ram 3500
Best-in-class torque – 900 lb.-ft. with Ram 3500 equipped with Cummins diesel engineTruck customers, from half-ton to commercial, have a demanding range of needs and require their vehicles to provide high levels of capability. Ram trucks are designed to deliver a total package.




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Ram Truck Doubles Texas Ranger Support

Ram Truck Doubles Texas Ranger Support

Ram Marketing Director Becky Blanchard to present $100,000 to Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum

September 8, 2015 , Waco, Texas -

Ram and the FCA Foundation have announced that they will further strengthen their support of Texas Ranger heritage by donating — for the second time — $100,000 to the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum.

It was less than 12 months ago at the 2014 State Fair of Texas that the Ram Truck brand announced its partnership with the Texas Rangers and stepped up with $100,000 to help with the preservation of the history of the renowned law enforcement organization.

“Texas Rangers epitomize all of the great qualities of the Lone Star State,” said Becky Blanchard, Director – Ram Truck Brand, FCA US LLC. “Ram has deep ties to Texas. Reinforcing Ram’s commitment to the Texas Ranger Division and the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum is a significant way to be engaged with the people and communities in which we do business.”

The Texas Rangers, America’s oldest state law enforcement agency, are gearing up for the landmark 200th anniversary of their founding, which is traced to 1823. The Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas, is the official historical center of the Rangers.

“It is a privilege having the Ram Brand as a corporate partner in support of the Texas Ranger Bicentennial,” said Hank Whitman, retired Chief, Texas Rangers and Chairman of the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum Board. “Ram has a reputation for dependability, capability and service that echoes the values of the Texas Rangers. Their support honors the men and women who for ten generations have protected our homes and families.”

The first Rangers were minutemen and scouts protecting farms, ranches and settlements on a hostile frontier. Remarkably, Rangers have upheld the law over the span of three centuries; they are the only American lawmen to have served under five flags: Mexico, the Republic of Texas, the United States, Confederate Texas and the U.S. again.

“We are tremendously grateful to Ram and the FCA Foundation for supporting the bicentennial of the Texas Rangers,” said Byron A. Johnson, Executive Director, Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum. “They have made it possible to better share an American Heritage — the Texas Rangers — with present and future generations. We have been able to honor the service of the living retired Rangers with an exhibit in the state’s Texas Ranger Hall of Fame. And their support makes possible improvements to our museum that will permit those with disabilities to have better access to the museum.”

At the Dallas Auto Show in March of this year, Ram unveiled a one-of-a-kind Texas Ranger concept truck to commemorate and promote its partnership with the Rangers and bring the legendary spirit of the Rangers to the road.

Iconic silver Lone Star Texas Ranger badges accent the Ram 1500’s white-and-silver two-tone exterior, designed to emulate the white hats and silver badges that the good guys always wear.

Inside, the concept is loaded with unique Texas Ranger edition accents, including four real Mexican five-peso silver coins inlaid within the wooden portions of the door bolsters – heads for the front doors, tails for the rear.

“Ram Truck, our owners, our dealers and the FCA Foundation are committed to making a difference,” added Blanchard. “By extending our support of Texas Ranger heritage in partnership with the FCA Foundation, we feel we’re making a positive contribution by helping secure its future.”

In addition to the improvements at the museum, a portion of the $100,000 is applied to the Texas Ranger Association Foundation’s scholarship program. The foundation promotes a tradition of excellence by awarding scholarships to students of active-duty Texas Rangers.

Ram’s community presence in Texas is not limited to the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum. The Ram Truck brand, Ram dealers, Ram Nation and the FCA Foundation were also on the ground with the First Response Team of America in May 2015, helping to provide recovery and relief support to residents in flood-stricken central Texas communities. A $100,000 Ram Truck and FCA Foundation donation to First Response Team of America helped the communities of Wimberley and San Marcos, and will foster rapid response efforts, should another natural disaster strike.

Ram Nation is a grassroots organization of like-minded people willing and ready to help people in need, such as those hit by the Texas floods. Ram Nation volunteers haul supplies, deliver equipment, clear debris, distribute food and water and even make donations that help people in their communities and around the world. New members can join Ram Nation at Ram Nation - Ram Truck Owners Making a Difference.

About Ram Trucks in Texas
More Texans drive pickup trucks than drivers in any other state; 20 percent of motor vehicle registrations versus 12 percent national average. In fact, Ram sells nearly two-and-a-half times as many pickup trucks in Texas as it does in the next-highest volume state.

In 2002, Ram Truck was the first manufacturer to recognize the strength of the pickup truck market in Texas and to offer an exclusive edition for the state. The Ram Lone Star edition was the first pickup truck designed by Texans and built specifically for Texans.

The Ram Lone Star edition is by far the brand’s best-selling model in Texas, accounting for nearly 40 percent of the half-ton mix. Since the Lone Star’s debut, Ram has sold more than 230,000 of the Texas-only models.

Ram introduced the Ram Laramie Longhorn edition to State Fair of Texas audiences in September 2010. It was the most luxurious truck ever produced by the company. The Laramie Longhorn is layered with southwestern design iconography. Inside and out, Laramie Longhorn is loaded with remarkable features and design cues from traditionally handcrafted, time-tested wares, such as the antique pocket watch, a fine pair of hand-tooled leather cowboy boots, a collector’s-grade shotgun or a horseman’s saddle. The Ram Laramie Longhorn’s metal work and leather work are second to none.

Ram is the fastest-growing truck brand in Texas. Its share is up 2.52 points over the last five years, in no small part owing to its ability to deliver the hard-working trucks that Texans demand.

About the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum
The museum was established as the official historical center of the Texas Rangers in 1964. Since its founding, the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame has grown to include a museum, Texas Ranger company headquarters, State Hall of Fame, library and archives, an educational center serving nonprofits and a banquet facility.

Today, the site has more galleries and the land holds buildings for a variety of services: more galleries, more research, more education and community involvement among them.

An educational center not only hosts student groups (students in fourth and seventh grades in the state study Texas history), but is a place to help community organizations with training or conferences.

Efforts are underway to renovate and expand the exhibits and educational facilities of the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame in Waco. The goal is to leave a Bicentennial legacy by supporting efforts of the museum to further preserve the Texas Ranger heritage for future generations.

In preparation for the 200th anniversary of the Texas Rangers, the Texas Public Safety Commission has appointed the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum as their representative and steward for the Texas Ranger Bicentennial™.

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Rolling Stone Country and Ram Truck Announce Partnership to Create Custom Content for Country Music Fans

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Rolling Stone Country and Ram Truck announced today a multi-platform partnership geared toward creating meaningful content for passionate country music fans and expanding both brands’ footprint in the country music genre. As the official automotive partner of Rolling Stone Country, Ram branding will be woven into the framework of the website’s design.


Launching today as part of this partnership is the “Ram Report,” a daily, hosted video series highlighting the biggest country news stories of the day. Today’s episode will feature an exclusive interview with Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum, on the heels of his solo album announcement and its lead single "The Driver." As a preview to his upcoming fall tour, the country star will perform at the invite-only Rolling Stone Country Live: Nashville event, presented by Ram, November 3 after the night's opener singer-songwriter Maren Morris.


Additionally, beginning in mid-2016, Rolling Stone will create a custom video series featuring exclusive music performances and Q&As with artists in Nashville, providing an intimate look at today’s country artists. Rolling Stone Country will also serve as Ram’s media partner for a pre-Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards event in April 2016, capturing performance content for Ram to distribute on Rolling Stone and Ram properties.


“We are thrilled to partner with Ram on this exciting program, which marks Rolling Stone’s commitment to country music and our dedication to creating quality video content,” said Gus Wenner, Head of Digital of Wenner Media. “We started Rolling Stone Country out of a deep love for the music, and look forward to this collaboration that will reach an audience who are as passionate about their trucks, as they are about their music.”

“Ram is always seeking additional opportunities to authentically be part of the country music genre through relationships and content that reaches target audiences who index high among truck buyers,” said Olivier Francois, Chief Marketing Officer, FCA - Global. “Rolling Stone has been the authority on all things music and pop culture for nearly 50 years and their new dedicated genre hub, launched last year, has been critically acclaimed with the artist community as a solid, reputable and quality editorial destination. For these reasons, we are looking forward to this partnership that will help us create and deliver custom content in the near future.”

About Rolling Stone
Rolling Stone has been the leading voice of music and popular culture for more than 47 years. The multi-media brand features the latest in music reviews, in-depth interviews, hard-hitting political commentary and award-winning journalism across many platforms including magazine, digital, mobile, social and event marketing. Rolling Stone provides “all the news that fits” to over 40 million fans of the brand every month. Rolling Stone Country, launched last year, brings the same expert editorial coverage and unparalleled access to artists for which the brand has been known since its inception. Owned by privately-held Wenner Media, which also owns and publishes Us Weekly and Men's Journal, Rolling Stone is headquartered in New York. For more information, please visit Rolling Stone ? Music, Movies, TV, Politics, Country, and Culture.

About Ram Truck Brand
Ram Trucks’ collaboration with Rolling Stone Country is the brand’s latest partnership in the country music space. Ram has established alignments with several of today’s top country music artists, including Miranda Lambert whose song “Roots and Wings” was inspired by Ram trucks. Ram created a national television spot and music video featuring the song. Other Ram country music partnerships include Easton Corbin and Chris Stapleton, and the brand has had a longtime affiliation with the Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards.

Since its launch as a stand-alone division in 2009, the Ram Truck Brand has steadily emerged as an industry leader with one goal: to build the best pickup trucks and commercial vehicles in the industry.

Creating a distinct identity for Ram Trucks has allowed the brand to concentrate on core customers and features they find valuable. Whether focusing on a family that uses a Ram 1500 day in and day out, a hard-working Ram 3500 Heavy Duty owner or a business that depends on its Ram ProMaster commercial van every day for deliveries, Ram has the truck market covered.

In order to be the best, it takes a commitment to innovation, capability, efficiency and durability. Ram Truck invests substantially in its products, infusing them with great looks, refined interiors, durable engines and exclusive features that further enhance their capabilities.

Truck customers, from half-ton to commercial, have a demanding range of needs and require their vehicles to provide high levels of capability. Ram trucks are designed to deliver a total package.

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Ram Truck Partnership With Pittsburgh Penguins

Ram Truck Brand and FCA US Mid-Atlantic Business Center Renew Partnership With Pittsburgh Penguins


Ram named 'Official Truck of the Pittsburgh Penguins' for 2015-16 NHL season
Brand launches Ram 1500 Outdoorsman Crew Cab 4x4 two-year lease contest
Penguins/Root Sports TV announcers Bob Errey and Paul Steigerwald featured in campaign


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The Ram Truck brand and the FCA US Mid-Atlantic Business Center are kicking off the 2015-16 NHL hockey season by continuing their partnership with the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Ram brand has been named the "Official Truck of the Pittsburgh Penguins" and to celebrate, the company's Mid-Atlantic Business Center will give away a two-year lease on a 2016 Ram 1500 Outdoorsman Crew Cab 4x4.

The Ram 1500 lineup offers best-in-class fuel economy and the popular Ram 1500 Outdoorsman is no exception. Designed for hunters, fisherman, campers and boaters, the Outdoorsman is available with the 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V-6 engine offering 29 miles per gallon fuel economy. The Outdoorsman offers a great combination of convenience, off-road capability and trailer-towing hardware in one package that resonates among truck buyers.

For a chance to win the Ram 1500 Outdoorsman truck lease, fans can enter the contest online at Pittsburgh Penguins. During the Penguin's Fan Appreciation Day game on April 3, 2016, five fortunate contest finalists will walk to center ice. Each will have the chance to select the one key that starts the contest truck. That winner will walk off the ice with a no-charge two-year lease.

As another element of the partnership, Penguins/Root Sports TV announcers Bob Errey and Paul Steigerwald will be featured in special Ram TV and radio spots to highlight the Ram 1500 with their familiar play-by-play commentary.


"The Pittsburgh Penguins and the Ram Truck brand share the same values of toughness, hard work and dedication," said James Kinsey, Director, Mid-Atlantic Business Center, FCA US. "Ram's focus on our customers and important customer attributes is captured in the creative ads produced specifically for this partnership and it is with a great sense of pride that we continue to collaborate with the Pittsburgh Penguins."

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New Ram Campaign Celebrates Outdoors Lifestyle

New Ram Campaign Celebrates Outdoors Lifestyle and Raises Awareness of Need to Help End Hunger

Campaign draws attention to Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry mission of encouraging hunters to donate a portion of their harvests to feed people in need
Multimedia campaign includes television, print and digital advertising, as well as social media
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Ram Truck’s 2013 “Year of the Farmer” initiative also raised awareness of U.S. hunger issues

November 6, 2015 , Auburn Hills, Mich. -





Ram Truck will once again shine the spotlight on the need to address hunger in this country as the brand launches a new campaign celebrating the outdoor lifestyle and raising awareness of the mission of Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (FHFH), an organization that enable hunters to donate a portion of their hunt to the less fortunate.

The new marketing campaign includes television, print, digital and social media components, all targeting outdoor enthusiasts and promoting a current movement among hunters to assist with hunger issues in their communities. The ads carry the hashtag #RamHuntsHunger and drive viewers to RamTrucks.com/outdoorsman to learn more. They will run in network and cable programming and print publications with large outdoor lifestyle audiences, such as Ridge Reaper and Ducks Unlimited television shows and Field & Stream and American Hunter magazines. Ram social media sites and those of many of Ram’s marketing partners, such as Drury Outdoors and Mossy Oak, will also promote the message.

“Ram has a history of using its marketing voice to connect with audiences in relevant and meaningful ways to make a difference,” said Olivier Francois, Chief Marketing Officer, FCA – Global. “With the purposeful call-to-action in our new outdoor enthusiast campaign, Ram hopes to inspire and activate the passion of our truck owners to help fight hunger.”

The #RamHuntsHunger initiative is designed to remind people that 49 million Americans struggle to put food on the table and that we all have the ability to help. FHFH oversees a national network of meat processors and food banks and, by raising awareness of the organization’s mission, Ram is hoping that hunters will consider donating their harvests to benefit those in need. The organization reach includes more than 115 chapters across 30 states.

“Some of Ram’s most passionate fans are huge hunting enthusiasts,” said Bob Hegbloom, Head of Ram Brand, FCA – North America. “Truck owners and outdoor enthusiasts are always willing to lend a helping hand, which is why Ram is heightening awareness of one of the ways they can give back to their local communities this time of year.”

The television creative executions include 60-second “Stay Inside” and 30-second “Small” ads featuring Ram 2500 Outdoorsman and Ram 2500 PowerWagon trucks, plus two 30-second spots, “Donate” and “Landscape,” which specifically promote the cause and tell viewers how to participate. Print ads target outdoor enthusiasts and one promotional layout explains the program.

“Stay Inside” beautifully captures a day in the life of hunters and fishermen as they brave weather elements, darkness and rough terrains, all for the love of the great outdoors. “Small” also showcases beautiful landscapes as seen from above as Sam Elliott, the voice of Ram, says, “Some days the biggest rush of all is feeling really, really small. Guts. Glory. Ram.” In “Donate,” Jason Carter and Koby Fulks of Under Armour’s Ridge Reaper TV show passionately talk about what hunting means to them. That spot and “Landscape” show Ram trucks driving across some of America’s outstanding scenery as on-screen copy reads “49 million Americans struggle to put food on the table. One deer can provide up to 200 meals” and Sam Elliott says, “Please visit RamTrucks.com to learn more about donating portions of your hunt to feed the less fortunate.”

The ads were created in partnership with Dallas-based The Richards Group.

The new campaign is not the first time Ram has drawn attention to hunger issues in America. Following airing of its “Farmer” video on the 2013 Super Bowl broadcast, Ram declared 2013 the “Year of the Farmer” with a series of national and grassroots initiatives to fight hunger.

About Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (fhfh.org)

Inspired by a passion for the outdoors and compassion for the needy, Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry is committed to addressing America's hunger problem in a unique and relevant way. Established in 1997, FHFH enables hunters and farmers in states nationwide to provide nutritious meat to feed the hungry of their communities.

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Ram Trucks Tow Parade Floats at 89th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade®

Ram Trucks Tow Parade Floats at 89th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade®

Ram is Official Truck of the Thanksgiving Day holiday tradition
Parade marks start of brand’s #RamGivesThanks promotion honoring local volunteers and small businesses


November 19, 2015 , New York -



More than 25 Ram trucks will kick off the holiday season in style as they tow all the floats in the 89th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade®, Thursday, Nov. 26, in New York City. Through a newly formed partnership, Ram is the Official Truck of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade®.

Approximately 3.5 million spectators in NYC and more than 50 million television viewers nationwide see the Macy’s Parade each year, marking the official start of the holiday season. The Parade is broadcast live on NBC, beginning at 9 a.m. in all time zones.


In total, Ram will provide the Macy’s Parade with approximately 70 trucks and commercial vans, many of which are used for behind-the-scenes functions leading up to the parade start. Ram will not only help transport the larger-than-life floats down the Parade route, but will also assist in moving other Parade materials needed to produce the annual spectacle, from tool containers to costumes and much more in the lead up to the start of the procession on Thanksgiving day.

“Ram takes great pride in aligning our brand with iconic American events like the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade,” said Bob Hegbloom, Head of Ram Brand, FCA - North America. “Being the official truck of the Parade provides an excellent opportunity to showcase the style, innovation and towing capability of our 2016 Ram 1500 and 2500 trucks.”

“We are thrilled to begin our partnership with Ram as their iconic trucks help our larger-than-life floats make their way down the streets of Manhattan in our annual holiday spectacle,” said Amy Kule, executive producer of Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. “We know that these trucks are fully capable and will take on the challenge of transporting these floating stages with ease on Thanksgiving Day.”

In addition to the Parade partnership, Ram Commercial will spend the holiday season recognizing the hard-working men and women of America with the hashtag #RamGivesThanks and a giveaway promotion where one grand prize winner will get a $15,000 voucher toward a two-year lease on a new 2015 or 2016 Ram ProMaster City and up to $5,000 toward upfits for the van. Interested participants can visit the promotional website www.ramtrucks.com/ramgivesthanks from November 25 to January 4 to nominate a local volunteer in their communities. Additional first and second prizes will also be awarded. For complete giveaway rules, visit the promotion website beginning November 25.

“Thanksgiving reminds us to give thanks to the countless people who help create incredible moments in all of our communities,” Hegbloom added. “Through the #RamGivesThanks program, a deserving individual will receive money toward a lease of a new ProMaster City to help them continue their community volunteer efforts or to grow their small businesses.”

On the day of the Parade, Ram will promote the giveaway on all of its social media channels, as well as show behind-the-scenes video of the hard work it takes to bring the Macy’s Parade to life. In addition, fans can check out live tweets from the parade at www.twitter.com/ramtrucks.

About Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
One of America’s most celebrated and anticipated holiday traditions each year, the 89th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will feature more than 40 different types of balloons; 27 floats; 1,100 cheerleaders and dancers; more than 1,000 clowns; 12 marching bands; a host of celebrity performers; and, of course, Santa Claus. Macy’s Parade floats are often two to three stories tall and range from 22 ft. to 50 ft. in length. The working weight load of the floats can be from 4 to 8 tons. In addition to 21 returning floats, the 2015 Parade will feature six new floats, including Big City Cheer! by Spirit of America Productions, The Colonel’s Road Trip to NYC by Kentucky Fried Chicken, The Cranberry Cooperative by Ocean Spray®, Discover Adventure! by Build-A-Bear, Heartwarming Holiday Countdown by Hallmark Channel and celebrating the 50th anniversary of “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” Snoopy’s Doghouse by Peanuts Worldwide.

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens | Family | Ram Trucks

Published on Dec 2, 2015

When you have a family like the full line-up of Ram Trucks, the Force is strong with you. You can have that power too. Celebrate Star Wars: The Force Awakens, in theaters December 18, 2015 and head into The Ram Year End Blockbuster Sales Event, going on now.

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2015 Ram Automotive Fleet Truck of the Year Award

Published on Dec 7, 2015

Bob Hegbloom, head of Ram Trucks, accepts the 2015 Automotive Fleet Truck of the Year Award from Bobit Business Media.

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