Voted on by the SEMA community, RAM wins Full-size Truck of the Year. - Photo: RAM

Voted on by the SEMA community, RAM wins Full-size Truck of the Year.

Photo: RAM

Ram earned top honors at the annual Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas, exhibitors voted for the top trend-setting vehicles that represent the best business opportunities in the automotive aftermarket.

RAM earned one of the top honors — SEMA Full-size Truck of the Year.

“With four prestigious SEMA awards, it’s clear that Stellantis is supportive and dedicated to the specialty equipment market,” said Mike Spagnola, president and CEO, SEMA. “Voted on by the SEMA community, the awards validate that Stellantis is hitting the mark with the aftermarket.”

The SEMA awards, launched in 2010, are the show’s definitive original equipment manufacturer (OEM) honors, shining a light on the hottest, trend-setting vehicles that showcase and launch aftermarket parts.

The Ram Truck Brand

In 2009, the Ram Truck brand launched as a stand-alone division, focused on meeting the demands of truck buyers and delivering benchmark-quality vehicles.

With a full lineup of trucks, the Ram 1500, 2500/3500 Heavy Duty, 3500/4500/5500 Chassis Cab and ProMaster, the Ram brand builds trucks that get the hard work done and families where they need to go.

Ram has the following features for its trucks:

  • 1,075 lb.-ft. of torque with Cummins Turbo Diesel.
  • Towing capacity of 37,090 lbs. with Ram 3500.
  • Segment first 1,000 lb.-ft of torque with Cummins Turbo Diesel.
  • Payload of 7,680 lbs. with Ram 3500.
  • 12-inch Uconnect touchscreen.
  • Link coil rear and auto-level air suspensions
  • Ram Mega Cab.
  • Full-size off-road pickup – Ram Power Wagon

Full-Size Truck of 2022

This is not the first award RAM has received this year. It was also named the 2023 Ram 1500 Limited as the Texas Full-Size Truck of the Year.

The award was given during the annual Texas Motor Press Association Off-Road Invitational in October. Some of the truck’s features include 12,750 pounds of towing capability and 2,300 pounds of payload.

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