Dodge Ram 350
This one is again an age old pickup from Dodge, the production of which was stopped around 20 years ago in 1993. Three body styles were Diesel, Extended Cab, and Regular Cab. All the variants of Diesel and Extended Cab received a 5.9 liter V6 under their hood, which produced 160 hp @ 2500 rpm and 400 ft-lbs. @ 1750 rpm. Regular was powered by a 5.9 liter V8, which generated 400 ft-lbs. @ 1750 rpm and 330 ft-lbs. @ 2800 rpm.
Dakota is again not one of those that are under production at present. Even this Dodge vehicle was stopped after 2010. Two body styles were Regular Cab and Crew Cab. Regular had two engine choices- a 3.7 liter V6, which was good for 210 hp @ 5200 rpm and 235 ft-lbs. @ 4000 rpm and a 4.7 liter V8 that produced 235 ft-lbs. @ 4000 rpm and 329 ft-lbs. @ 3950 rpm. Extended Cab had only 3.7 liter V6 as the sole engine option.
Dodge Ram Pickup 3500
3500 was also in the list of pickups that were dropped post 2010. The vehicle was marketed in three styles- Regular Cab, Mega Cab, and Crew Cab. A 6.7 liter 6-cylinder was the only power-plant choice across the line. It generated 350 hp @ 3000 rpm and 650 ft-lbs. @ 1400 rpm.
Dodge Ram 250
Along with 150 and 350 even 250 was put out of production after 2010. Three body styles were Diesel, Extended Cab, and Regular Cab. Regular had a 5.2 liter V8 powering it and Diesel had a 5.9 litre 6-cylinder engine powering it. Extended, on the other hand, had both the choices in its line- V8 produced 230 hp @ 4800 rpm and 280 ft-lbs. @ 3200 rpm and the 5.9 litre 6-cylinder engine generated 160 hp @ 2500 rpm and 400 ft-lbs. @ 1750 rpm.
Dodge Ram Pickup 2500
This was again marketed in three styles- Crew Cab, Extended Cab, and Mega Cab. All the variants came powered by a 5.7 liter V8, which churned out 383 hp @ 5600 rpm and 400 ft-lbs. @ 4000 rpm. After 2010 the vehicle was put out of production.
Dodge Ram 50
Ram 50 was one of the very old pickup trucks that was dropped after 1993. It came only in one body style- Regular Cab. The 2.4 liter 4-cylinder engine churned out 116 hp @ 5000 rpm and 136 ft-lbs. @ 3500 rpm.
Lets us now take a look at some new Chrysler truck models that belong to its Ram brand and not Dodge. In fact after Ram was formed in 2009, all the ongoing pickups in Dodge line were pulled out of production and shifted to Ram brand. This was a part of the re-strategizing initiated by Fiat.