The 2016 Ram 1500 from Dealers in El Paso: Well-built and Capable

When it comes to trucks, more isn’t always feasible, not without sacrificing fuel efficiency and economy. Sometimes, a truck just has to make the best of what it has.

One truck that excels at this is the 2016 Ram 1500, one of the best-selling and most admired vehicles in the category. To begin with, clever engineering allows it to offer the most legroom among Ram’s truck offerings. The crew cab can comfortably seat six passengers, all of whom will certainly appreciate the 41-inches of legroom.

This same philosophy also applies to the truck’s remarkable fuel efficiency. Boasting up to 29 miles per gallon for city driving, this vehicle ensures you’ll spend more time on the road and less time in gas stations.

The 2016 Ram 1500 is also a pro at maximizing space of its truck bed thanks to the ingenuous Rambox™ cargo management system. In a nutshell, this optional attachment allows you to extend the length of your truck bed so you can fit more items into it.

Whether you’re hauling a BMX for some weekend fun or delivering a batch of plywood sheets to clients, you don’t have to worry about space out back. Even better, the Rambox™ also lets you partition the space in your truck bed to better optimize available storage space. What’s more, the latest iteration of this truck gives you a towing capability of up to 10,650 lbs. and a maximum payload capacity of 1,880 lbs.

If you want to learn more about this exceptional  truck, be sure to contact trusted Ram dealers in El Paso and nearby counties. They’ll walk you through all the great features you’ll enjoy from this surprisingly capable vehicle.

 

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