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RAM PICKUP 1500
Thank you for visiting another one of Sellers-Sexton Ford Lincoln Mazda's online listings! Please continue for more information on this 2012 Ram 1500 Express with 73,856 miles. Equipped with 4WD, this Ram 1500 gives you added confidence to tack...
Thank you for visiting another one of Sellers-Sexton Ford Lincoln Mazda's online listings! Please continue for more information on this 2012 Ram 1500 Express with 73,856 miles. Equipped with 4WD, this Ram 1500 gives you added confidence to tackle the surface of any path you take. Driven by many, but adored by more, the Ram 1500 Express is a perfect addition to any home. There are many vehicles on the market but if you are looking for a vehicle that will perform as good as it looks then this Ram 1500 Express is the one! More information about the 2012 Ram 1500: The Ram stands out compared to other full-size pickups because of its well-engineered coil-spring rear suspension system, which allows a smoother ride compared to pickups with leaf springs, while permitting hauling and towing ratings comparable to those rival models. Its Hemi V8 engine is also one of the strongest options for half-ton truck shoppers, and it returns up to 20 mpg. Chrysler says that the Ram 1500 is the first truck in its segment to offer a solution known as the RamBox, that offers flexible storage bed-side--including a removable liner--and that it's the first truck in this class with available surround-sound audio. R/T models, with their Hemi V8 and shorter axle ratio, are also among the quickest pickups, with 0-60 mph in 6.1 seconds. Also, according to Chrysler, the new Ram 1500 Tradesman HD tops all other half-ton pickups with its trailer and payload ratings. Interesting features of this model are full luxury interior in upper trims, coil-spring rear suspension for a better ride, stylish, macho appearance, Strong Hemi V8, and innovative RamBox bed-side storage