SLT/TRX4 Off Road/Sport 4x4 Regular Cab 120.5 in. WB
2007 Dodge Ram 1500

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EngineEngine 4.7LV-8
MPGMPG 14 City / 18 Hwy
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2007 Ram 1500 Overview

For full-size pickup buyers, these are the good old days.Never before have trucks been more capable for hauling and towing nor more competent at coddling passengers.Moreover, today's trucks make bold styling statements.There is no mistaking a Ford F-150 for a Nissan Titan or a Toyota Tundra, or even a Chevrolet Silverado for a GMC Sierra.And every one of them would be a good choice from a consumer's point of view.

But it was the Ram that started the high-style-truck trend back in 1994 when Dodge took a risk with a bold, retro big-rig design.That truck transformed Ram from a bit player with staid styling to a big-stage event, and it's run with the big boys ever since, sometimes leading, sometimes trailing, but always solidly on the bill.Whether the '07 Ram is merely as good as the trucks listed above, or somewhat better, is more a matter of personal preference than anything else.

The light-duty Ram 1500 models are smooth and refined.Their cabs are comfortable and convenient, among the roomiest in their respective classes.The Quad Cab is handy for hauling friends and family but even the Regular Cab is roomy.Arguably, the Ram is the best-looking truck on the market.Its styling is bold and handsome, even more so in its latest incarnation.

Ram was extensively re-engineered for 2006, with a new hydroformed frame that's boxed its full length; plus new suspension and body mounts that improved ride, handling, and quietness.At the same time, Ram was modestly restyled, with a new bumper fascia, grille, headlamps, fenders and wheels.Inside, the instrument panel, center console and seats were revised for more car-like comfort, while new radios and entertainment features were added.

The 2007 model year brings refinements that stress safety and efficiency.An Electronic Stability Program and remote start are now optional.Fuel efficiency is enhanced on all Ram 1500s by reduce-drag brake calipers and low-rolling-resistance tires.On four-wheel-drive models, the standard transfer case is electronically controlled, and a front-axle disconnect system reduces friction in 2WD mode.

Ram's optional Hemi engine delivers power and efficiency.It is an exceptionally good engine, smooth and very responsive.The Hemi features Chrysler's Multi-Displacement System, which shuts down four of the eight cylinders when they are not needed.The switchover is seamless, and fuel economy is improved by as much as 20 percent, says Dodge.Step on the gas, however, and the cylinders reawaken, ready to deliver the 345 peak ponies that make the Hemi-powered Ram one of the most exciting light-duty pickups on the market.Adding to the Hemi's responsiveness is a five-speed automatic.

Ram's standard 4.7-liter V8, while not as powerful as the Hemi, delivers responsive performance and is smooth and sophisticated, benefiting from a modern overhead-cam design.For 2007, it's available with FFV capability (flexible-fuel vehicle), allowing the option of running on standard gasoline or E-85 ethanol.Full-time four-wheel drive (all-wheel drive) is available with the 4.7-liter V8 for improved stability in slippery conditions.
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2007 Ram 1500 Overview

For full-size pickup buyers, these are the good old days.Never before have trucks been more capable for hauling and towing nor more competent at coddling passengers.Moreover, today's trucks make bold styling statements.There is no mistaking a Ford F-150 for a Nissan Titan or a Toyota Tundra, or even a Chevrolet Silverado for a GMC Sierra.And every one of them would be a good choice from a consumer's point of view.

But it was the Ram that started the high-style-truck trend back in 1994 when Dodge took a risk with a bold, retro big-rig design.That truck transformed Ram from a bit player with staid styling to a big-stage event, and it's run with the big boys ever since, sometimes leading, sometimes trailing, but always solidly on the bill.Whether the '07 Ram is merely as good as the trucks listed above, or somewhat better, is more a matter of personal preference than anything else.

The light-duty Ram 1500 models are smooth and refined.Their cabs are comfortable and convenient, among the roomiest in their respective classes.The Quad Cab is handy for hauling friends and family but even the Regular Cab is roomy.Arguably, the Ram is the best-looking truck on the market.Its styling is bold and handsome, even more so in its latest incarnation.

Ram was extensively re-engineered for 2006, with a new hydroformed frame that's boxed its full length; plus new suspension and body mounts that improved ride, handling, and quietness.At the same time, Ram was modestly restyled, with a new bumper fascia, grille, headlamps, fenders and wheels.Inside, the instrument panel, center console and seats were revised for more car-like comfort, while new radios and entertainment features were added.

The 2007 model year brings refinements that stress safety and efficiency.An Electronic Stability Program and remote start are now optional.Fuel efficiency is enhanced on all Ram 1500s by reduce-drag brake calipers and low-rolling-resistance tires.On four-wheel-drive models, the standard transfer case is electronically controlled, and a front-axle disconnect system reduces friction in 2WD mode.

Ram's optional Hemi engine delivers power and efficiency.It is an exceptionally good engine, smooth and very responsive.The Hemi features Chrysler's Multi-Displacement System, which shuts down four of the eight cylinders when they are not needed.The switchover is seamless, and fuel economy is improved by as much as 20 percent, says Dodge.Step on the gas, however, and the cylinders reawaken, ready to deliver the 345 peak ponies that make the Hemi-powered Ram one of the most exciting light-duty pickups on the market.Adding to the Hemi's responsiveness is a five-speed automatic.

Ram's standard 4.7-liter V8, while not as powerful as the Hemi, delivers responsive performance and is smooth and sophisticated, benefiting from a modern overhead-cam design.For 2007, it's available with FFV capability (flexible-fuel vehicle), allowing the option of running on standard gasoline or E-85 ethanol.Full-time four-wheel drive (all-wheel drive) is available with the 4.7-liter V8 for improved stability in slippery conditions.Hide Full Review