SLT/Laramie 4x4 Regular Cab 140.5 in. WB
2004 Dodge Ram 1500

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Engine Engine 4.7LV-8
MPG MPG 13 City / 17 Hwy
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2004 Ram 1500 Overview

The Dodge Ram represents an excellent choice among full-size light-duty pickups.That's saying something considering the renaissance of all-new pickups from Ford and Nissan for 2004, along with strong entries from Chevrolet and GMC, and a new Toyota Double Cab.It would not be an overstatement to call 2004 the best model year for full-size pickups in the history of the automobile.The competition is better than ever, but so is the Ram, which stands tall among its competitors.

Completely redesigned and re-engineered for the 2002 model year, this latest-generation Dodge Ram boasts high levels of refinement and comfort.It's smoother and more comfortable than the previous-generation models.Its interior is more convenient than before and the bold exterior styling looks terrific.Changes for 2004 only improve the Ram's impressive towing and hauling capabilities.

A new Hemi V8 engine brings more power and efficiency to the Dodge Ram line of pickups.Added late during the 2003 model year, the 5.7-liter Hemi replaces the old 5.9-liter V8, increasing power by 100 horsepower and 40 pounds-feet of torque while improving fuel economy by 10 percent.Dodge claims the Hemi makes the Ram 1500 lineup the most powerful mass-production light-duty pickup on the market.More important than claims, it is an exceptionally good engine, smooth and very responsive.Adding to the responsiveness of this engine is a new five-speed automatic transmission.A Tow/Haul transmission mode has been added for 2004.

A new full-time four-wheel-drive (all-wheel-drive) system is available for 2004 that improves traction in slippery conditions.The Laramie trim package has been upgraded for 2004, and new options have been added, including a Bluetooth-enabled cellular telephone.
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2004 Ram 1500 Overview

The Dodge Ram represents an excellent choice among full-size light-duty pickups.That's saying something considering the renaissance of all-new pickups from Ford and Nissan for 2004, along with strong entries from Chevrolet and GMC, and a new Toyota Double Cab.It would not be an overstatement to call 2004 the best model year for full-size pickups in the history of the automobile.The competition is better than ever, but so is the Ram, which stands tall among its competitors.

Completely redesigned and re-engineered for the 2002 model year, this latest-generation Dodge Ram boasts high levels of refinement and comfort.It's smoother and more comfortable than the previous-generation models.Its interior is more convenient than before and the bold exterior styling looks terrific.Changes for 2004 only improve the Ram's impressive towing and hauling capabilities.

A new Hemi V8 engine brings more power and efficiency to the Dodge Ram line of pickups.Added late during the 2003 model year, the 5.7-liter Hemi replaces the old 5.9-liter V8, increasing power by 100 horsepower and 40 pounds-feet of torque while improving fuel economy by 10 percent.Dodge claims the Hemi makes the Ram 1500 lineup the most powerful mass-production light-duty pickup on the market.More important than claims, it is an exceptionally good engine, smooth and very responsive.Adding to the responsiveness of this engine is a new five-speed automatic transmission.A Tow/Haul transmission mode has been added for 2004.

A new full-time four-wheel-drive (all-wheel-drive) system is available for 2004 that improves traction in slippery conditions.The Laramie trim package has been upgraded for 2004, and new options have been added, including a Bluetooth-enabled cellular telephone.Hide Full Review