2015 RAM 1500

The 2015 RAM 1500 is a 2-door, 3-seat Regular Side, available in 40 trims, ranging from the Tradesman/Express 4x2 Regular Cab 6.5' Box to the Longhorn 4x4 Crew Cab 6.5' Box. Upon introduction, the $25,060 Tradesman/Express 4x2 Regular Cab 6.5' Box is equipped with a standard 3.6L, 6-cylinder, engine that achieves 17-mpg in the city and 25-mpg on the highway. an Automatic transmission is standard. The $50,380 Longhorn 4x4 Crew Cab 6.5' Box is equipped with a standard 5.7L, 8-cylinder, an Automatic transmission is standard.

New Ram Pictures

It’s a good thing you came here looking for new Ram pictures, as there aren’t that many old ones. Although the “Ram” name has been associated with the Dodge brand of automobiles since the late 1940s, and the Dodge Ram pickup was first launched in 1993, Ram only has been a freestanding division of the Chrysler Group since 2010.

Of course, the brand’s first product, the Ram 1500, also became its first big hit and has remained one of the most-awarded and popular entries in the full-size pickup segment. It’s just that now, as can be seen in our gallery of new Ram pictures, the 1500 has been joined by a rapidly expanding family of hard-working vehicles that recently propelled the Ram division to the top of the 2013 Ideal Vehicle Awards (IVAs). The recognition program is presented annually by the experts at AutoPacific, who this year reviewed customer feedback from more than 50,000 vehicle owners before honoring Ram with the IVA as the country’s “Most Ideal Popular Brand.”

“For any business, positive recognition from customers is the ultimate compliment and we take their input very seriously,” said Reid Bigland, Chrysler Group’s head of U.S. Sales. “We’re proud to say that Chrysler Group is delivering the most of what consumers are looking for.”

That includes breakthroughs like the first eight-speed automatic transmission in the full-size pickup segment, along with the segment’s first light-duty diesel engine, both of which are among the cutting-edge features on display in our new Ram pictures.