Ram Truck Line Receives Upgrades for 2011

2011 Ram 3500

Along with the deluge of new Chrysler vehicle information released earlier today was information regarding the 2011 Ram Truck line. The 2011 Dakota gets side-impact airbags and antilock brakes standard. The Ram 1500 and Ram Heavy Duty get increases in overall hauling abilities and safety and interior technology upgrades. All three models are already on sale. For detailed information regarding the changes, check out our coverage at PickupTrucks.com.

First Look: 2011 Dakota
First Look: 2011 Ram 1500/2500/3500

2011|Dodge|Dakota

2011|Dodge|Ram 1500

2011|Dodge|Ram 2500

2011|Dodge|Ram 3500

By Colin Bird | September 14, 2010 | Comments (4)

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Anonymous Coward

Antilock brakes and side airbags were optional on the Dakota in 2010? Unbelievable. I'm guessing stability control still isn't standard, since it's not listed as an upgrade?

I think this type of mini trucks will be affordable for me as I'm doing supply of different products to retailers. The different Dodge models are coming with affordable price and good fuel economy.

edward

20 miles per gallonis not very good cheverolet gets 26 per gallon

edward

i have a 85 dodge never got over 20 miles to gallon

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