Veteran automotive industry journalist Mark Phelan, writing for the Detroit Free Press, explained “Chrysler could have gotten away with a mere face-lift for the 2013 Ram 1500 pickup. Instead, it provided a glimpse of the pickup of the future, a truck that combines workhorse capability with fuel efficiency."
For 2013, the new Ram 1500 offers buyers 25 miles per gallon, and includes a stop-start system, thermal management system, pulse-width modulation and active aerodynamics, including grille shutters and active air suspension all to help fuel economy.
The 2013 Ram 1500 is available in nine trim levels and starts at $23,585 including $995 destination charge.
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