Ram 1500 VIN Lookup

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Latest Generation


The 2024 Ram 1500 continued to impress with its comfortable ride, partly attributed to the coil-spring rear suspension. The 5.7-liter V8 provided smooth performance, and the mild-hybrid option ensured seamless engine stop/start functionality. The model boasted a quiet cabin, responsive handling, and a user-friendly infotainment system. Advanced safety features, however, were still optional. The latest model of the Ram 1500, set for release in 2025, will be offered as a conventional 1500 and as a semi-electric Ramcharger with a gas engine serving as an onboard generator. It features turbocharged inline-six engines with 420- and 540-hp, and the Ramcharger will have a 663-hp electric motor and a 92-kWh battery, offering a targeted 690-mile range. The interior of the Ram 1500 can be equipped with multiple screens, including a passenger-exclusive one.

Previous Generation


The 2019 redesign of the Ram 1500 made it the most comfortable-riding full-sized pickup truck, partly due to its rear coil-spring suspension. It continued with the smooth 5.7-liter V8, and the mild-hybrid option provided smooth stop-start at idle. The interior remained quiet, with a generous rear-seat room, and the Uconnect touchscreen infotainment system was user-friendly. The high-performance TRX version with a 702-hp V8 was a significant addition in 2021. Advanced safety features were optional.


The 2013 update of the Ram 1500 brought a lighter and stiffer frame and introduced Chrysler's advanced UConnect 8.4 touchscreen interface, known for its clarity and intuitiveness. The interior boasted strong fit and finish, with ample storage space. The roomy Crew Cab offered a spacious backseat, and towing ratings were competitive. The payload capacity, however, was slightly less than its main competitors. In 2014, a much-appreciated diesel option was added to the lineup.


In 2011, Ram became a standalone brand for the Dodge pickups. The 2009 redesign of the Ram 1500 introduced a coil-spring rear suspension, greatly enhancing the ride quality and handling, making the truck competitive in its segment. This generation featured a quiet cabin akin to luxury cars and improved fuel economy with the 5.7-liter V8 engine. However, it's important to note that models with the 20-inch wheel option had a reduced towing capacity by 1,000 pounds.