Ram trucks owners are the most loyal of any American pickup brand. These trucks are rugged and reliable, designed to allow you to drive confidently, even in the most demanding conditions. Ram trucks offer buyers plenty of capability for towing and hauling. They also provide incredible comfort that makes them outstanding daily drivers. This article will examine the new Ram lineup and changes for the 2023 model year.
The Ram 1500 remains a favorite full-size truck in the 2023 Ram lineup in Michigan and throughout the United States. The 2023 Ram 1500 features a spacious interior, comfortable seating, a great ride, and an easy-to-use infotainment system. Towing capacity maxes out at 12,750 pounds.
The 2023 Ram 1500 is offered in seven trim levels: Tradesman, Big Horn, Rebel, Laramie, Longhorn, Limited and TRX. Rear-wheel drive is standard, and four-wheel drive is available. Buyers have a choice between Quad and Crew Cabs.
Four engines are available; all are teamed to an eight-speed automatic transmission:
Changes for 2023 include a new available 12-inch digital instrument panel and an optional luxury-themed Limited Elite Edition.
The 2023 Ram 2500 and 3500 models are heavy-duty trucks with incredible towing and hauling capacity, a refined ride, and a well-appointed cabin.
The Ram HD models comes in seven trim levels: Tradesman, Lone Star, Big Horn, Laramie, Longhorn, Power Wagon, Power Wagon Rebel (2500 only), and Limited. There are three cab styles: regular cab, crew cab and Mega Cab. Rear-wheel drive is standard, and the Power Wagon, Power Wagon Rebel, and Mega Cab models get standard four-wheel drive with a transfer case. The other trims get available four-wheel drive.
Three engines are on offer:
For 2023, the Ram 2500 gets a new off-road oriented Rebel trim with a lifted suspension, an electronically locking rear differential, and skid plates. Both models have some new available features, including a reconfigurable 12.0-inch digital gauge cluster, a digital rearview mirror with an integrated side camera, and Trailer Reverse Steering Control. The Laramie and Limited trims get a new optional Mopar performance hood.
The 2023 Ram Chassis Cab is engineered to take on the toughest jobs, with excellent gross vehicle weight ratings, maximum diesel trailer weight ratings, and outstanding towing and torque figures. The Chassis Cab can be upfitted to meet every need.
The Ram Chassic Cab is offered in three models (3500, 4500 and 5500) and two cab configurations (Regular cab and Crew cab). The 2023 Ram 5500 Chassis Cab checks in with a mighty towing capacity of 35,150 and a maximum payload capacity of 12,550 pounds.
Two engines are on offer:
New standard features for 2023 include Trailer Reverse Steering Control, trailer tow pages for the touchscreen, a larger display, and multiple view modes for the 360 Surround View camera system. New optional features include a digital rearview mirror with an LCD monitor, a Trailer Camera Prep Kit with up to four cameras (including night vision), updated power telescoping trailer tow mirrors, and a mirror-mounted camera system with a signal-activated blind-spot view and Park Sense-activated front and side camera views.
The ProMaster is Ram’s lineup of full-size commercial vans. With three cargo height options, the 2023 Ram ProMaster can be configured for every business and lifestyle need. A wide array of aftermarket uplifts make the ProMaster the right choice for any business.
The 2023 Ram ProMaster is powered by a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine generating 276 hp and 250 lb-ft, paired to a TorqueFlite nine-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive is standard. Payload capacity maxes out at 4,680 pounds, and the ProMaster can tow up to 6,910 pounds.
For 2023, the Ram ProMaster gets a refreshed exterior with a restyled front end and headlights. New optional features include LED headlights, a Super High Roof Van with an optional roll-up door, and a park-assist feature for perpendicular and parallel parking.