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2014 Ram 2500 Power Wagon Road Test | Edmunds.com

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edited July 2014 in Ram
image2014 Ram 2500 Power Wagon Road Test | Edmunds.com

We test the 2014 Ram Power Wagon, an off-road fortified version of Ram's 2500-series heavy-duty 4x4 pickup.

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    markstipmarkstip Member Posts: 4

    Nice Truck for the wide open outdoor desert guys in Vegas, but for those of us that do not need a penis extension, we mite prefer the same concept in say a 1998 Dodge Dakota sized or even smaller Truck that can actually make it down a small mountain road without major damage and a 50 gallon fuel tank. Really? "Off Road" Truck, not really, more a high dollar bragging right trophy!

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    bankerdannybankerdanny Member Posts: 1,021

    Two comments: (1) What do you give up option wise on the Tradesman Power Wagon vs the SLT? (2) Time for Dodge to develop a diesel to sit between the 3.0 and the Cummins.

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    maxtitanmaxtitan Member Posts: 10

    What's the minimum ground clearance under the differential? Looks a lot less than 14.3 inches.

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    actualsizeactualsize Member Posts: 451

    I was careful to describe it as "underbody" clearance. Axle clearance is lower, as you point out. I didn't have that number for both trucks, but the Power Wagon should have an inch more because it's down to tire diameter.

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    jimmy185jimmy185 Member Posts: 1

    I want to know why it isn't available with the 5.0 Cummins???

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