If you want a 4WD V8 Rebel, the price will climb to $47,565.
The grassroots group of Ram truck enthusiasts shares more than just brand loyalty.
Some noteworthy news all-around.
We’ve heard the EPA’s take on the two trucks’ fuel economy numbers. Should we believe them?
GM and Ram were the big year-over-year winners, while Ford remained first in market share.
That didn’t take long.
But combined sales of GM’s Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra are higher.
Autoblog has chosen 14 vehicles with interesting technological items. Only one will prevail to win 2014 Technology of the Year Award, which will be announced at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
The results mark the 54th consecutive month of year-over-year gains for the group.
Diesels may be slow, but torque may help win races.
Analysts say a drop in production volume of 8.5 percent is possible.