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September 2020 Newsletter

Ram rolls out 2016 model HD pickups

More diesel engine torque and more towing capacity are the highlights of the new 2016 model 2500 and 3500 Heavy Duty (HD) pickups recently introduced by Ram Trucks, a division of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA).

Topping the list of improvements is a new fuel delivery calculation and turbo boost calibration for the optional Cummins 6.7-liter I-6 diesel engine offered for Ram’s HD pickup line.

Jointly developed by Ram and Cummins engineers, those new tweaks help produce an additional 35 lb.-ft. of torque – boosting the 6.7-liter diesel’s torque output from 865 lb.-ft. to 900 lb.-ft. That’s allowed Ram to beef up the towing capacity of the 2016 Ram 3500 to 31,210 lbs., the OEM said.

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Source: fleetowner.com


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