You probably don’t think about your car’s tires every time you jump in and go for a drive. Some almost think of tires as being indestructible, but that’s just not the case. Make sure you replace your tires before they blow out on you mid-drive or you find a flat. But how do you check how much longer your tires will last? Watch the following video for a good test.
Edmunds.com reviews just about every car you can think of as soon as it comes out. Every model year the site posts a list of what they call the best car in every category, from hybrids to SUVs, and from hatchbacks to minivans. The truck segment is populated almost entirely by generations-old respected pickup truck names, but for the year 2020, Edmunds.com named the Ram 1500 the Top-Rated truck for 2020. Below are a few of the reasons Edmunds picked this truck over the competitions
Few names in the engine world have garnered a reputation for power like the HEMI® has. First created by Chrysler in the early 1950s, the engines pioneered the use of hemispherical combustion chambers. Since then, the design has changed, but the name has remained an important part of engine branding for the Chrysler family of vehicles. Because HEMI® engines are so good at producing torque and horsepower, pickup truck buyers should be concerned with whether they get the kind of power they need.
The Heavy-Duty Ram 2500 truck is built for far more than just towing. When you can’t just hitch up a trailer and pull, you need a truck that is able to shoulder the weight of any kind of load you can fit in it. The 2020 Ram 2500 hits the road ready to do just that. Whether you need to haul firewood, brick, shingles, scrap metal, rebar, stone, dirt, ATVs, or appliances, the Ram 2500 is built for the task.
Ram Trucks has a series of short films on Youtube called “On to Bigger Things.” In one of their latest editions, they spotlight welder and metal artist Rob Buchholz and his choice of truck. This short film shows Rob loading and unloading scrap metal and art projects using both the Ram 1500 split tailgate and pulling a trailer.
Fans of the Ram 1500 got so used to how the Ram 1500 looked and felt that Ram decided to continue the well-loved fourth generation of the pickup truck while they launched a new fifth-generation design. The fourth-generation continues as the Ram 1500 Classic while the new fifth-generation is still simply called the Ram 2500. This divergence began with the 2019 model year and shows no signs of stopping. This ended up being a wise decision as the demand for Ram trucks has been big enough for both the 1500 and 1500 Classic to move on into the 2020 model year.