Check out the Ram 3500's Powerful Cummins Engine Block

Considered one of the most powerful engine blocks in the pickup truck sector, the Cummins unit propels the Ram 3500. Operating on diesel fuel, this 6.7L powertrain has a net output of 1,000 pound-feet of torque and 400 horsepower. Mann Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Mt. Sterling will talk about several exclusive technologies that boost this turbocharged engine, such as the Ram Active Air system.

The Engine Thermal Management is another industry-leading function that is installed under the hood of this Ram pickup truck. Active grille shutters are paired with the ETM system that precisely cools or heats the entire engine block. You will need to purchase the Cold Weather Group if you want a heating system for the powertrain. Additionally, the diesel engine is compatible with the Supplemental Cabin Heater that has a rapid-heating design. An exhaust brake manages the stress on the Cummins engine that offers a maximum towing rating of 35,100 pounds with a special trailer package.

 

 

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