2011 Ram Chassis Cab Trucks On Their Way to Dealers

The new 2011 Ram Chassis Cab Truck is now on its way to North American commercial vehicle dealers, as the Ram Truck Brand announced that it will begin shipping the model, with the first vehicles arriving in dealerships by the end of the month.

"With Ram Chassis Cabs on their way to dealerships across North America from our Saltillo Assembly Plant, Ram Truck customers now have a full line of vehicles available to meet their needs," said Scott Garberding, Head of Manufacturing, Chrysler Group LLC. "The dedicated employees of the Saltillo plant have worked tirelessly to ensure that the highest quality vehicles come off the line.

The 2011 Ram Chassis Cab features:
• Best-in-class standard horsepower and torque: Ram 3500 Chassis Cab equipped with HEMI (383 hp, 400 lb.-ft. of torque)
• Best-in-class brake life provided by the largest brakes in the segment
• Best-in-class standard GVWR (19,500 lbs on Ram 5500)
• Best-in-class powertrain warranty: 5 years, 100,000 miles
• Class-exclusive manual transmission

The Ram Chassis Cab trucks come in three weight classes (3500, 4500 and 5500), three trim levels (ST, SLT and Laramie) and four cab-to-axle lenghts (60, 84, 108 and 120). The line-up’s engine range includes two powerpants: the 5.7 liter petrol Hemi V8 unit (for the 3500 model) and the 6.7 liter Cummins Turbo Diesel engine. There are three transmissions avavilable: six speed manual (diesel only), five speed automatic (petrol only) and six speed automatic (diesel). In addition to that, customers can choose between two of four wheel drive.

The 3500, 4500 and 5500 Ram Chassis Cab trucks are produced at the Saltillo Assembly Plant, which also build the Ram 2500 and 3500 Heavy Duty pickup trucks.
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