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What’s going on

The 3.0-liter EcoDiesel comes back with more force and torque

New outside styling bundles, for example, the Night Edition and Black Edition

New HFE trim guarantees marginally improved mileage

Minor changes to discretionary component accessibility

Some portion of the fifth Ram 1500 age presented in 2019

Aces and Cons

Solid diesel V6 tow appraisals presently rival those of the V8

One of a kind suspension conveys unmatched ride smoothness and control

Lodge is spacious, tranquil and loaded down with helpful capacity and tech highlights

Rough terrain centered Rebel conveys genuine ability and a one of a kind look

Smash updated its 1500 truck a year ago, and it keeps on being our top of the line truck. All Ram 1500 trims accompany magnificent driving elements, liberally selected insides, and a remarkable back suspension for the class. With it, the Ram skims past contenders with a ride quality all the more generally connected with vehicles. Truck obligations are not an issue either — the Ram 1500 offers practically identical greatest evaluations for both towing and payload limit.

Motor decisions incorporate recognizable picks, for example, a 3.6-liter V6 and a 5.7-liter V8. In any case, there are some new deceives here. A year ago, Ram presented a gentle half and half framework that improves eco-friendliness and the smoothness of the motor stop-turn over framework. It’s standard hardware on the V6 and discretionary on the V8.

New this year is a diesel-controlled turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 known as the EcoDiesel. Smash had prepared the past age truck with this motor yet needed to pull it from the market on account of outflows affirmation issues. The new form is all the more remarkable and more eco-friendly (it’s evaluated at 24-26 mpg joined, contrasted with the gas V6’s 21-23 mpg). It additionally takes into account a heavy greatest tow rating of 12,560 pounds.

The lodge is another reasonable win for the Ram. Features incorporate agreeable seats, top notch materials and a simple to-utilize touchscreen infotainment framework. Travel through the choices list and the Ram 1500 truly starts to sparkle. Higher trims offer much more prominent degrees of extravagance. Furthermore, the truck has unrivaled capacity arrangements from an enormous, configurable focus comfort to extensive in-floor containers and securing compartments worked in the side of its bed.

Purchasing a full-truck frequently comes down to mark dedication, and adversaries, for example, the Chevrolet Silverado and the Ford F-150 are attractive models in their own right. In any case, regardless of whether you’re not regularly a Ram fan, you deserve to look at this competent and highlight pressed truck.

Remarkably, we picked the 2020 Ram 1500 as Edmunds’ Top Rated Truck of 2020. See the entirety of the Top Rated Vehicles on our Best Cars page.

EdmundsEdmunds’ Expert Rating

Evaluated for you by America’s ideal

Overall 8.6/10

Driving Performance 8.5

Solace on the Road 8.5

Inside Ergonomics 9.0

Infotainment and Automation 8.5

Freight and Utility 9.5

Edmunds’ MPG Score 8.5

Worth and Ownership 8.0

Wild Card 8.0

Which 1500 does Edmunds suggest?

Regardless of the trim, the Ram 1500 is an extraordinary clear record to start assembling your fantasy truck. To benefit as much as possible from its numerous luxuries at a sensible cost, pick the Laramie for its gigantic jump in standard gear. A 8.4-inch touchscreen, warmed and ventilated front seats, and access to highlights that aren’t accessible on the Tradesman and the Big Horn put it over the top.

Slam 1500 models

Slam offers a truck for everything from down-and-messy pulling to comfortable cruising in style. The Ram 1500 comes in seven trims: the base Tradesman, HFE, Big Horn (likewise called the Lone Star in Texas), the rough terrain Rebel, trailed by the Laramie, Long Horn and Limited. All accompany the loop spring back suspension and offer the gentle cross breed eTorque framework, neither of which is coordinated in the half-ton pickup class.