Ram Trucks Handle Work and Play

Ram trucks are perennial favorites among those who need pickups for work and play in the Norwich, CT area. They range in size from the light-duty Ram 1500 to the Ram 2500 and the biggest of the bunch, the Ram 3500. Each does its own thing particularly well, and all are great pickups for work or play.

Ram 1500 Trucks Handle Everyday Work Tasks

The Ram 1500 is a classically designed three-quarter-ton pickup with gasoline engine sizes ranging from a 3.6-liter V6 to a 5.7-liter HEMI® V8. You can also get a 3.0-liter six-cylinder diesel that increases range and towing capacity. When you need to carry nearly a ton in the bed and haul over 7,000 pounds on a trailer, the Ram 1500 is a great choice.

Ram 2500 Trucks Tow Big Loads

If you have a lot of commercial construction work to get done in Norwich, CT or a fifth-wheel trailer for weekend getaways with the family, the Ram 2500 is a great option. Cab sizes range from a regular cab that seats three to a mega cab with amazingly comfortable seating for up to five passengers.

Engine choices include gas and diesel options. There's a 6.4-liter HEMI® V8 engine that delivers up to 410 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque. A 6.7-liter Cummins® turbo-diesel inline-six also delivers range and power that enables the Ram 2500 to tow more than 15,000 pounds.

Ram 3500 Trucks Carry Commercial-Level Cargo

The biggest and beefiest of the Ram truck lineup, the Ram 3500 is a commercial-level hauler that we love at Falvey's Motors Inc. The engine options are the same as the 2500, but you get a dual axle and beefier suspension to handle truly long hauls with ease. Premium sound and an array of onboard entertainment, including Wi-Fi, satellite radio, and steaming, help to make long hauls more entertaining and fun.

Find Your Fit in a New Ram 150 in Norwich, CT

We have a wide range of all three Ram trucks in our showroom and can help arrange financing to fit your needs. Call or email Falvey's Motors Inc. to schedule your test drive today!

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