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Black 2022 Ram 3500 towing a trailer. What are the engine specifications?

What Are the Engine Specifications of the 2022 Ram 3500?

2022 Ram 3500 Engine Specifications

When it comes to hauling and towing heavy loads, trucks are the first things that come to mind. Though there are many trucks available in the market today, not all have what it takes to be robust, reliable, and comfortable at the same time. In this regard, Ram trucks have come a long way. Whether engine specifications, comfort, safety features, towing capacity, or driving dynamics, Ram trucks excel in every aspect and have become a household name across the United States. The 2022 Ram 3500 is Ram’s most enormous truck that exudes tremendous driving dynamics and is also extremely capable. If you want to get your hands behind the wheels of the 2022 Ram 3500 in Lockhart, TX, head to Steele CDJR today. Schedule a test drive now. Scroll down to learn about the engine specifications of the 2022 Ram 3500.

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2021 Ram 2500 vs 2021 Ram 3500

When it comes to Heavy Duty trucks, there’s no better brand than RAM! Ram has created the most dependable and hardworking pickup trucks on the road so you can do more and stress less for those big work jobs or even when you’re towing a large load for a day at the lake or a full-blown road trip. Can’t decide between the 2021 Ram 2500 or the 2021 Ram 3500? Take a look at our model comparison below to see the key differences between the two models to help you make a decision!

Highlights

Let’s look at some key features that can help you decide which model is the best fit for your needs. The Ram 2500 has a max horsepower of 410 and max torque of 850 lb-ft of torque, while the Ram 3500 can boast 420 horsepower and 1,075 lb-ft of torque. The max towing capacity of the Ram 2500 is 19,100 lbs. while the max towing for the Ram 3500 is a whopping 37,100. Lastly, the Ram 2500 offers an 8-speed automatic while the Ram 3500 offers a 6-speed automatic.

Starting Price Breakdown

The cost of a vehicle always plays a big role in the purchase process. See the starting prices for the 2021 Ram 2500 and the 2021 Ram 3500 below.

2021 Ram 2500 Trim Level Pricing

  • Tradesman®: $34,095 MSRP
  • Big Horn®: $38,120 MSRP
  • Laramie®: $49,735 MSRP
  • Power Wagon®: $53,735 MSRP
  • Limited Longhorn™: $57,280 MSRP
  • Limited: $61,835 MSRP

2021 Ram 3500 Trim Level Pricing

  • Tradesman®: $35,545 MSRP
  • Big Horn®: $42,370 MSRP
  • Laramie®: $51,085 MSRP
  • Limited Longhorn™: $58,630 MSRP
  • Limited: $63,185 MSRP

Engines

2021 Ram 2500

6.4L HEMI® V8 Engine:

  • 410 hp
  • 429 lb-ft of torque
  • 4,010 pounds of payload
  • Towing capacity of 17,540 pounds

6.7L Cummins® Turbo Diesel I6 Engine:

  • 370 hp
  • 850 lb-ft of torque
  • 3,160 pounds of payload
  • Towing capacity of 19,680 pounds

2021 Ram 3500

6.4L HEMI® V8 Engine:

  • 410 hp
  • 429 lb-ft of torque
  • 7,680 pounds of payload
  • Towing capacity of 18,210 pounds

6.7L Cummins® Turbo Diesel I6 Engine:

  • 370 hp
  • 850 lb-ft of torque
  • 6,840 pounds of payload
  • Towing capacity of 22,670 pounds

6.7L High-Output Cummins® Turbo Diesel I6 Engine:

  • 420 hp
  • 1,075 lb-ft of torque
  • 6,570 pounds of payload
  • Towing capacity of 37,100 pounds

We hope these comparisons will help you decide which heavy-duty Ram truck is the perfect fit! If you find yourself still stuck between both models – reach out to our team! We’re happy to answer any questions you have on either model. You can also view our current Ram 2500 and Ram 3500 inventory online or come visit our dealership in Lockhart, TX to see them in person!