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When you decide on a Ram truck, you’re opting for a high-quality, powerful pickup that essentially redefines the classic pickup truck. Not only is the Ram generally a best-selling truck, but there are plenty of different trim packages to choose from.

So, how will drivers in Boise, Meridian, and Nampa know which Ram trim package is the right one for them? That’s where we come in. Our team at Internet Auto Boise wants to give you the rundown on a few trim packages you’ll find in the Ram, so you know which trim has exactly what you’re looking for.

Ram 1500 Tradesman

Ram 1500

The Ram 1500 Tradesman might be the base model for the 1500, but it’s still a great option when deciding on which Ram will work for you. With a 3.6L V6 engine that produces 305 horsepower and 269 lb-ft of torque, you’re looking at power matched with efficiency.

The 1500 Tradesman also offers up to 10,690 pounds in towing capacity when you opt for the 5.7L V8 engine, with a maximum payload of 1,720 pounds. So, you can carry around almost anything with this powerhouse.

Ram 1500 Big Horn

The Ram 1500 Big Horn also offers several different engine options, including the 3.6L V6, the 3.0L V6 EcoDiesel, and the 5.7L V8. The 1500 Big Horn has three different bed length options as well: 5’7”, 6’4”, and 8’.

This Ram 1500 trim will give drivers up to 10,620 pounds in towing capacity, with a maximum payload of 1,880 pounds.

Ram 2500 Laramie Longhorn

Ram 2500

Step up to real power when you decide on the 2500 Laramie Longhorn. With an optional 6.7-liter six-cylinder engine, you’ll find plenty of punch when driving this powerful pickup. You’ll also upgrade your towing capacity to 16,320 pounds, plus a maximum payload of 3,990 pounds.

The 2500 Laramie Longhorn is a great option, especially if you plan on using your truck for work purposes. With its massive strength and reliability, you’ll be just fine carrying work materials from job to job.

Ram Dakota Bighorn/Lonestar

The Ram Dakota Bighorn/Lonestar is an exceptional option if you’re looking for a smaller pickup that still has plenty of power, plus towing capabilities to take your boat or trailer on your next family vacation.

The Dakota Bighorn/Lonestar has a base V6 engine that produces 210 horsepower and 235 lb-ft of torque. So, you might not be getting as much power as the higher trims, but it’s still impressive for a compact pickup truck. This trim also has seating for four to five passengers, so you can feel free to use it as a family or work vehicle and pile everyone in.

Check Out These Ram Trim Packages and More!

If you think one of these Ram trim packages will suit your pickup truck needs, contact us today at Internet Auto Boise. We’ll answer any questions you might have about the Ram trucks in our inventory, and get you set up with a test drive!

This entry was posted in Internet Auto Rent & Sales Boise and tagged on 08/16/2017 at 12:11 PM

Ram trucks are known for their strength and power, and even their sleek, classic look. If you’re in the market for a new pickup, and checking out a Ram truck, you’re going to want to also learn a little more detail about the towing capacities the different models offer.

Our team at Internet Auto Boise has hashed out all of the details for our drivers in Boise, Meridian, and Nampa, so you can see the towing capacities, maximum payload, and technology features that are in the Ram truck models. Check out our Ram trucks inventory.

Ram 1500: Towing Capacity

The Ram 1500 has a ton of great features for any pickup truck driver, and it doesn’t disappoint in terms of towing and maximum payload.

The towing capacity of the Ram 1500 is 10,620 pounds, which is impressive for its class. You can carry a thing or two, too, with a maximum payload of 1,880 pounds. So, hitch the trailer and load up the bikes for your next family vacation.

Ram 2500

If you want an even bigger boost of power, check out the Ram 2500. With a step up from the 1500 in engine size, you’ll feel the difference in strength.

You’ll get a towing capability of 17,980 pounds with the Ram 2500. Add the maximum payload of 3,990 pounds, and you’ve got one powerhouse of a pickup to assist you on your next jobsite.

Ram 3500 Towing Power

Want to really take your pickup power to higher ground? Check out the Ram 3500’s numbers—you’re sure to be impressed.

The Ram 3500 offers a towing capacity of 31,210 pounds. That’s enough to drag along endless options. And with a maximum payload of 7,390 pounds, you can bring virtually anything you’d need to work, on road trips—wherever!

Ram Trucks Towing Technology

Technology in pickup trucks has moved all the way to towing assistance. Your Ram truck is now designed to help you out with any towing task, so be prepared to have almost limitless options when it comes to hitching up the ride.

Such technology features include:

Hill Start Assist: This features senses when your Ram truck is going uphill and allows the brake pressure to increase so you won’t roll backwards.

Integrated Trailer Hitch: This connects the truck frame to your trailer, keeping your tag-alongs supremely secure and connected.

Trailer Sway Control: This feature senses when the trailer is swaying and either reduces engine power or automatically applies the brakes to individual wheels.

Come Check Out Your Next Ram Truck Today!

The best way to check out the towing capacities of Ram truck models is to see them for yourself! If you’re in the areas of Boise, Nampa, or Meridian, feel free to contact us at Internet Auto Boise at any time! We’ll be happy to answer any of your questions regarding the Ram 1500, Ram 2500, and Ram 3500.

Simply fill out our online contact form and one of our team members will be happy to get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you!

This entry was posted in Internet Auto Rent & Sales Boise and tagged on 08/14/2017 at 4:25 PM

When you’re looking for your next pickup truck, you’re definitely going to want to look into how much you can carry and pull around—otherwise known as the towing capacity and maximum payload.

Fortunately, the F-150 excels in this category—and among many others—so our team at Internet Auto Boise wanted to put together this Ford F-150 towing guide so drivers in Boise, Meridian, and Nampa know what they can get out of their new pickup.

Ford F150

First, let’s look at some numbers regarding just how much strength the F-150 has.

Strength in Numbers: F-150 Towing and Maximum Payload

The Ford F-150 is known for its powerhouse strength, especially when it comes to what it can pull around. When properly equipped, the F-150 can pull up to 12,200 pounds. So, feel free to hitch up your boat, trailer, ATV—you name it!

A lot of us use our pickups for work, and that more than likely means carrying tools or materials to the next jobsite. In that case, you’ll be happy to know that the F-150’s maximum payload is 3,270 pounds, which is outstanding for its class.

Okay, so we’ve got some great numbers when it comes to towing and payload capacities, but what about how much space there in is in the cargo box. The F-150 doesn’t disappoint in this area, either, thanks to its 77.4 cubic feet of space—allowing room for everything from plywood and furniture to luggage for your next family trip.

Ford F-150 is a Truck Ahead of its Time: Towing Technology

Ford F-150

The F-150 is definitely able to pull a lot of weight around, but now it has some assistance. Technology in pickups has gravitated to towing assistance, and the F-150 is a prime example of advanced towing technology.

The F-150 offers a range of towing-assistance features that make pulling around your boat or trailer that much easier. Such available features include:

  • Trailer Sway Control: This feature works alongside the Roll Stability Control™ function to ensure the stability of your F-150 while towing a trailer.
  • Tow/Haul Mode: When you’re towing or carrying an exceptionally heavy load, this feature gives your truck a little extra boost.
  • Hill Start Assist: This feature helps the F-150 move up a hill without the worry of rolling backwards, especially when towing something.
  • Trailer Brake Controller: Balances out the truck brakes and electric trailer brakes by using brake input, speed, and the ABS.
  • Blind Spot Information System (BLIS®): Alerts the driver if something appears in a blind spot using Cross-Traffic Alert and Trailer Tow Monitoring.

Come See What the F-150 Can Tow

If you’re in the areas of Boise, Meridian, and Nampa, and would like to learn more about the F-150’s towing capacity, contact us at Internet Auto Boise today! We’ll be happy to answer any questions you have regarding the towing capabilities or anything else about the F-150.

Simply fill out our contact form, and one of our team members will contact you via your preferred method. We look forward to hearing from you!

This entry was posted in Internet Auto Rent & Sales Boise and tagged on 08/04/2017 at 3:39 PM

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