Explore Our Ram Truck Towing Guide

When you buy a new truck, you need something that will get the job done, and a Ram truck will surpass your expectations. If you find yourself towing frequently, then you want to know exactly how much your truck can handle, so at Hermiston Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we created a page that goes into detail about each vehicle’s towing capabilities. Read on for a quick rundown of the different towing capabilities, and head over to our comprehensive towing guide when you’re done.

The Ram 1500

As the signature, everyman’s truck on the lineup, the 1500 offers plenty of power to keep it as functional as it is comfortable. The Ram 1500 has a base towing capability of 4,190 lbs., however this can be easily upgraded to a whopping 10,140 lbs. so you can handle even the toughest situations. This kind of power makes the 1500 ideal as a versatile work truck.

The Ram 2500

With a little extra power, the 2500 offers a perfect compromise for those of us who need serious towing capabilities, but can’t practically handle the size of the 3500 or the Chassis Cab. The 2500 can be rigged up to deliver up to 17,980 lbs. of towing capability, making even the toughest jobs look easy.

The Ram 3500

This truck is for the professionals out there, so if you need some functional power, check out the 3500’s 31,210-lb. maximum capability. The 3500 is fully capable of excelling on the worksite and hauling large trailers for long distances.

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