When it comes to the most amount of weight that a Ram vehicle is capable of hauling, the massive 2500 HD pickup takes the crown as the brand's most capable model. The Ram has an incredible 1075 pound-feet of usable torque, which allows it to pull up to 37,090 pounds when equipped with the high-output 400-horsepower Cummins diesel inline-six engine. This allows the Ram 3500 to have a maximum towing capacity of 37,090 pounds. The Ram HD is still able to put up big enough numbers to compete with its competitors, like the Ford Super Duty and Chevrolet Silverado HD trucks, when it is fitted with the standard Hemi V-8 engine that produces 410 horsepower. Even though the heavy-duty Ram is packed with plenty of muscle, the view from the driver's seat isn't quite as clear as you might expect. The cabins of the 2500 and 3500 models are similarly refined and designed with the driver's and passengers' comfort in mind, just like those of the Ram 1500 full-size half-ton truck. The off-road-oriented Power Wagon and Rebel models are where work and adventure meet. Both of these models have off-road mud-slinging tires, all-terrain suspensions, and skid-plates, o they are ideal for getting the job done while still having fun. To learn more about the 2023 Ram 1500, please feel free to check out our new Ram inventory at Cranbrook Dodge.