2015 RAM Commercial Trucks – Hauling Heavy
This is the year of the RAM Truck. 2015 RAM Commercial Trucks to be exact. RAM has designed and built a complete line of trucks for commercial use. Trucks to do the work and provide transportation for the business working companies, from the small company that delivers packages and goods to locations within a city to the large company with a commercial fleet of trucks providing various services to the residential and business community. This commercial lineup includes Light Duty, Heavy Duty, Chassis Cab, and Vans. Each designed to do the job, some specialize in a specific arena while others are callable of doing any job the owner or operator ask it to do.
The Right RAM for The Right Job
With a general description of these great work trucks lets look at the attributes of some of the best engineered and manufactured trucks on the road today.
RAM 1500 Tradesman – This light duty trucks is know for its fuel economy and ability to handle various jobs with ease. With the powerful 3.6L Pentastar V6 producing outstanding fuel economy coupled to a 8-speed TorqueFlite® transmission for smooth gear shifting and additional fuel economy we are looking at 17 MPG city and 25 on the highway.
RAM 2500 Tradesman – The 2015 RAM 2500 is a step up from the 1500. With additional rear frame steel strength and suspension along with the ability to add the 6.7L Cummins® Turbo Diesel with a G56 six-speed standard transmission performance and power are improved for the demands of a everyday work load.
RAM 3500 Tradesman – The king of the work force. While traveling through the streets of a large city I noticed a RAM 3500 towing a long flat bed trailer with a fork lift and front loader on the trailer. At first glance I could not believe what I was seeing. It was pulling away from the stop lights with the ease of a larger truck and keeping up with the flow of traffic. This heavy-duty work truck has a Best-in-Class 30,000 pounds of towing capacity and the top of the line 37,000 pounds GCWR.
RAM Chassis Cab – Designed for those who have a need to add a special bed to do a specific job this versatile truck is available in multiple trims with the starting 3500, or for additional hauling and towing requirements the 4500 and 5500 trims are available. This is Americas Best-in-Class towing capacity of 29,600 pounds and max payload of 12,480 pounds.
The Right Delivery Trucks
RAM C/V Tradesman – Some jobs require a Van to get the job done. The C/V tradesman is designed for just that need. Cargo space includes 155.5 cubic feet with sliding side doors and a rear lift gate for easy access to the cargo area. City deliveries or hauling are easy with 1,800 pounds of payload and a Best-in-Class driving range of 18 MPG city and 26 highway with the fuel saving 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine.
RAM ProMaster City – For light duty work around the city this outstanding Cargo Van is noted for as a great mobile workshop for the company or person that needs a supply of parts or inside work space. A standard 5.0 inch Uconnect navigation system will ensure you never get lost and not late for an important appointment. Economy is supplied by a 2.4L TigerShark® Multiair®2 engine and a nine-speed automatic transmission.
RAM ProMaster – The heavy duty Van of the fleet. The 2015 RAM ProMaster® is the Best-in Class Maximum Payload. 4,400 pounds of delivery weight means getting it all to the customer or job site with an option of gas or diesel power. This heavy weight is designed for the largest of jobs. The top of the line 3.6L Pentastar V6 for gasoline efficiency or the new 3.0L EcoDiesel I4 engine for the best in fuel economy and power.
All of these RAM Commercial Trucks are available from Hoyte Dodge in Sherman Texas You will find the best deals and service in the market today. We are located at 2300 North Highway 75 in Sherman Texas. Contact us by calling 866-211-9037 or visit us at hoytedodge for a complete listing of current bargains on new and used truck specials. Like us on Facebook. Pin us on Pinterest or follow us on Twitter.
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