This is my 3rd Ram and my 5th Chrysler product. I never thought I would own a Chrysler product. I have had 2 Ram 3500's (13 and 19) and instead of purchasing a 3rd Jeep product, we purchased a 1500 instead. What a badass truck! Incredibly quiet, smooth, and powerful. The E-Torque needs a firmware update but adds a lot to the overall off the line performance. The mileage at 1500 miles is 22MPG at 75 MPH on hilly roads in NM. I was impressed. The mileage was better than our Jeep GC would have gotten with the 3.6 L in it. We opted for the Limited and do not regret it. The sound system is much better than my 3500 with the "same" system in it. The split tailgate is amazing. I thought it was a novelty but it is amazing. The rear seat has more legroom than any SUV we were looking at and is really comfortable. It was expensive but no more than any other fully loaded truck.
New 2022 Ecodiesel
New 2022 Limited Ecodiesel. 800 miles and averaging 22 mpg, mostly around town, some hwy. Got the 10th anniversary edition pkg, great colors, interior and very quiet. Very satisfied thus far.
2022 Lonestar 1500 etorque 3.6 not efficient
I have the 2022 ram lonestar 1500 etorque 3.6 the truck is averaging 21.7 roundtrip 42 miles HWY. each day what a disappointment for me it uses very high rpm's how does this equal better mileage or performance like the 2013 3.6 motor better mileage and lower rpm's, etorque has NO POWER. And finally it has a very firm ride kind of bouncy firm, no bueno. Will keep it until I can trade it off and get an F150 XLT LOL...