2007 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck Truck
Benefits of Driving a 2007 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck Truck
The Dodge Ram 1500 brings safety and confidence to market with available stability control--a feature unavailable on Chevy's Silverado 1500 or GMC's Sierra 1500. In addition, standard four-wheel disc brakes best the Ford F-150's rear drum brakes. Ram's 5.7L Hemi V8 produces best-in-class horsepower and torque. Rounding out the lineup, Dodge's multi-displacement system and 4x4 front axle disconnect system help mitigate fuel consumption. Ram's pricing adds to its appeal; buyers can get into a four-door Quad Cab for $760 less than Chevy's Crew Cab and $4,285 than Ford's Super Crew. All of these elements together make the Ram safe, powerful, and economical.
What's new for 2007?
Last year's Dodge Ram was a complete redesign and the 2007 1500 remains largely unchanged. New standard features include 'Yes Essentials' stain-resistant seat fabric and power accessory delay, while new optional equipment includes electronic stability program and Sirius satellite radio. The Regular Cab body style is no longer available in Laramie trim and the base Ram's MSRP is a modest $120 higher than it was in 2006.
- Imposing appearance and aggressive styling
- Available 5.7L Hemi V8 and electronic stability program
Body and bed combinations for the 2007 Dodge Ram remain the same as they were for 2006, with Reg Cabs available in both short and long bed versions, Quad Cabs available in long bed and extra long bed versions, and Mega Cabs available with extra long beds only. Mega Cabs continue to offer the most rear leg room of any pickup on the market.