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About Dodge Pickup Trucks

Dodge Trucks Towing Capacity

Below are the maximum towing capacities listed for Dodge Ram trucks within the fourth generation of production (model years 2009-present) when properly equipped.1

Dodge Ram 1500 Towing Capacity

• 2009: 9,100 pounds (5.7-liter V8 engine)

• 2010-2012: 10,200 pounds (5.7-liter V8 engine)

• 2013: 11,500 pounds (5.7-liter V8 engine)

• 2014-2019: 10,700 pounds (5.7-liter V8 engine)

Dodge Ram 2500 Towing Capacity

• 2009: 15,650 pounds (5.7-liter V8 engine)

• 2010: 13,200 pounds (6.7-liter six-cylinder diesel engine)

• 2011: 15,450 pounds (6.7-liter six-cylinder diesel engine)

• 2012: 14,400 pounds (5.7-liter V8 engine)

• 2013-2015: 17,360 pounds (5.7-liter V8 engine)

• 2016-2019: 17,980 pounds (5.7-liter V8 engine)

Dodge Ram 3500 Towing Capacity

• 2009: 16,350 pounds (6.7-liter six-cylinder diesel engine)

• 2010: 13,200 pounds (6.7-liter six-cylinder diesel engine)

• 2011: 11,200 pounds (6.7-liter six-cylinder diesel engine)

• 2012: 22,750 pounds (6.7-liter six-cylinder diesel engine)

• 2013-2014: 30,000 pounds (5.7-liter V8 engine)

• 2015: 29,010 pounds (5.7-liter V8 engine)

• 2016: 31,210 pounds (6.7-liter six-cylinder diesel engine)

• 2017-2018: 30,000 pounds (6.7-liter six-cylinder diesel engine)

• 2019: 35,100 pounds (6.7-liter six-cylinder diesel engine)

1Various factors may impact towing capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories.

Dodge Trucks Summary

Dodge is a brand well known for its trucks; in fact, ever since Dodge first began manufacturing vehicles back in 1914, trucks have been a vital part of its offerings. From its early light-sized trucks in the 1930s to the introduction of its heavy-duty LCF Series in the 1970s, Dodge has been redefining passenger trucks for many decades.

The truck model that Dodge is perhaps best known for is the Dodge Ram pick-up, which was first introduced in 1981 and is now in its fourth generation of production. Featuring "big-rig" styling, powerful engines, and hefty towing capacities, this line of pick-up trucks is still going strong today—though it has seen some significant redesigns over the years.

Today, the Dodge Ram is the third top-selling pick-up truck in the United States and is offered in options ranging from the Ram 1500 and 2500 to the Ram 3500 and Chassis Cab.

Dodge Truck Model Comparisons

The Dodge Ram is available in 1500, 2500, and 3500—and there are some notable differences between the three for the 2019 model year. Understanding the key differences may help you decide which is best for your needs.

Dodge Ram 1500 - offers a 5.7-liter hemi V8 engine, 2,300-pound maximum payload, and 12,750-pound maximum towing capacity when properly equipped.1 Available in Quad Cab, and Crew Cab.

Dodge Ram 2500 - offers a 6.7-liter turbo diesel engine, 3,990 maximum payload, and 17,980-pound maximum towing capacity when properly equpped.1 Available in Regular Cab, Crew Cab, and Mega Cab. 

Dodge Ram 3500 - offers same 6.7-liter engine as the 2500, but with a 7,350- maximum payload and towing capacity of up to 35,100 pounds when properly equipped.1 Also available in Regular Cab, Crew Cab, and Mega Cab body stylings.

1Various factors may impact towing capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories.


Does Dodge still make trucks? 

No, Dodge no longer makes trucks. In 2010, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced that Dodge would only produce cars and RAM is the brand that produces trucks. Some examples of past Dodge truck models that are no longer in production include the Dodge Dakota and the Dodge D50.

What is the smallest Dodge truck?

While Dodge no longer produces trucks, the smallest RAM truck is the Dodge Ram 1500, which is technically still considered a full-size pick-up truck. 

When was the Dodge Dakota discontinued?

The Dodge Dakota was discontinued after the 2011 model year.

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Reviews for Dodge Pickup Trucks

Overall Rating

4.5 out of 5(4,092 reviews)

Best Truck for the bucks

This awesome vehicle offers great fuel economy and a ton of interior space. It averages around 20 mpg combined. I can fit two car seat and a 200lbs 5'10 passenger in the back easily. It also rides so smooth. You would not expect this from a full size truck but it rides like a car. The cabin noise is super low like a car. The only thing I would suggest that the truck needs are running boards,and better head rest, but other than that you can't go wrong with this truck

- Kevin Lawrence, 2014 Dodge Ram 1500

Great Power and Maneuverability for a Truck

The power and towing capacity of a fullsize truck with the handling and maneuverability of a midsize truck. I have no problem parking this thing in the city or busy parking structures. Models after 2014 have a much more appealing interior design. This is a great truck for the price.

- Shea H, 2015 Dodge Ram 1500

We Test Drove This Vehicle

The vehicle has no accident on record in Carfax, but there are indicators of significant body repair. The vehicle was also damaged (right front fender) during transfer from Texas to Kansas City. They tried to repair the damage, but it is still noticeable. The vehicle drove well, but we decided not to buy because of the condition of the exterior.

- Christian Ladnier, 2016 Dodge Ram 1500

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