2020 Dodge RAM 1500 Limited Specs, MSRP Price, Release Date
2020 Dodge RAM 1500 Limited Specs, MSRP Price, Release Date – The Limited Edition of the Dodge Ram 1500 is more than just an off-road pleasure. The half-ton pickup now in the 15th generation, comes in six different trims, has two different engines (for now), and can be owned by two or four-wheel drive. And with a weight loss of 225 pounds, some good new electrical and technological assistance, Ram 2020 is ready to keep the Fiat-Chrysler pickup competitive for years to come.
The 2020 Dodge RAM 1500 Limited benefits from a huge technological improvement for 2020. For the first time, an adaptive cruise control with Stop-and-Go function is available, as well as assistance to maintain the track, a mitigation of collisions ahead and a surveillance of blind spots that work is in tow. The adaptive cruise is fluid and works wonderfully. The help to maintain the track works as advertised, with a slight boost that brings me back in my path. Unfortunately, the majority of Ram’s driving aids are all optional and only on top trims. Only blind spot monitoring is a standard feature, and this is only valid for the 1500 Limited.
2020 Dodge RAM 1500 Limited Horsepower
2020 Ram 1500 does not yet have trucks equipped with eTorque for media testing. eTorque will be standard with the 3.6-liter V6, which produces 305 horsepower and 269 pounds of torque, and optional with the 5.7-liter Hemi V8, which is good for 395 horsepower and 410 pounds of feet. An eight-speed automatic transmission is coupled to both engines, and although Ram has not yet announced fuel economy, I was told that eTorque should allow a 10% improvement over the previous 1500.
The 2020 Dodge RAM 1500 Limited has always been as smooth as butter on the road, thanks to its spring suspension in the rear, many improvements make it even better. Reworked shocks absorb the small edges of the Arizona sidewalk with ease and a better located stabilizer bar helps keep the body moving. New this year are the two-speed springs that keep the same driving feeling, whether the truck is empty or loaded up to its 2,300-pound payload capacity. Ram says the 1500 has a maximum towing capacity of 12,750 pounds, an increase of 20% over last year, thanks in large part to the enhancement of eTorque technology.
2020 Dodge RAM 1500 Limited Price
The Ram 1500 2020 starts at $ 31,695 for a basic trader and can go up to $ 56,495 for a high-end Crew Cab 4×4. The 5.7-liter V8 adds $ 1,195, and if you want the V8 with eTorque, add another $ 1,995. That sounds a lot, of course, but all half-ton pickups are expensive these days. Remember that a loaded Ford F-150 starts at around $ 61,000. Although the 2020 Silverado has not yet announced a prize, the highest version of 2019 starts at $ 56,695.