2023 Ram 1500 Review | See What’s New and Reserve Yours
The range of Ram pickup trucks is some of the most popular and high-performance trucks available. These trucks deliver not only style and power but are also equipped with the latest technology. The 2023 Ram 1500 does not disappoint as the latest model in this range.
What’s New 2023 Ram 1500A whole bunch of new features are available with the new 2023 Ram model. The 2023 trims offer a Limited Elite Edition and a (RAM)RED Edition, both with unique features. You can find a locking tailgate with multifunction capabilities in the Limited Elite Edition, as well as a deployable bedstep, tailgate lamp, four cargo tie hooks and a cargo divider.
The RAM)RED Edition offers exclusive configurations for the cab crew and a red grille and door badging with R-A-M signage. You’ll see the regular Ram 1500 with a 30.48cm reconfigurable gauge cluster, and Selec-Speed Control is part of the standard trim now. You’ll find updated safety systems, like the EVAS and UV-C glove box light.
FeaturesThis vehicle offers a 30.48cm touchscreen infotainment system using Uconnect 5 software. It offers one of the largest cab spaces, with heated and cooled seats. The vehicle offers new 55.88cm tires for all terrains, and you can find the Offroad group on select trims.
SpecsDepending on the trim, you have different powertrain options. Starting with the eTorque Pentastar V-6 3.6L engine, you can change to an EcoDiesel V-6 3L engine, an eTorque HEMI V-8 mild-hybrid 5.7L engine with VVT or a HEMI V-8 supercharged 6.2L engine. With the HEMI V8 engine, you’re looking at the most powerful pickup to date. It has a towing capacity of 5783.30kg and a payload capacity of 1043.26kg.
The horsepower ranges from 260 hp to 702 hp, while the torque ranges from 364.7 nm to 881.3 nm. While this vehicle offers increased performance, fuel efficiency is the lowest in its class. With the V6 engine, your city fuel efficiency is around 11.76L/100 KM, and your highway efficiency is around 9.05L/100 KM. With the V8 engine, you’re looking at 13.84L/100 KM and 10.23L/100 KM.