Ram takes the pickup truck category by the horns

Variety of Ram models are offered by Edmonton dealer

EDMONTON, Alberta, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- When Ram split from Dodge, it was unknown how the market would react. It turns out though, it was a good move for the Chrysler Corporation because Ram is now a major competitor in the pickup truck category and quickly gaining more and more followers.

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Ram introduced the 2014 Ram 1500 and the 2014 Ram 2500, which are quickly gaining popularity.  Also available for heavier-duty jobs are the 2014 Ram 3500, the 2014 Ram 4500 and the Ram 5500. All models of Ram pickup trucks are available at Great West Chrysler, located in Edmonton, Alberta

All models get great fuel economy, have high-quality interior designs, contain advanced technology and just plain look good. The Ram 1500 has the option of a diesel engine, which is unique to the Ram brand. It gets an unheard of 7.1L/100km, or 40 highway mpg.

Ram trucks' major competitors in the pickup truck category are Chevy and Ford. The diesel engine is one of the major features that sets Ram apart from the others (that and the price) Alberta residents find that Ram trucks are a great investment because of their durability, versatility and sustainability. Ram trucks, especially with the diesel engine, leave a smaller carbon footprint than competitors, which is something that really matters to Edmonton residents. Ram trucks are also durable and versatile, which Alberta residents love because of the unstable weather and differences in terrain across the country.

To inquire about one of the new vehicles at Great West Chrysler, consumers are encouraged to call the dealership at 877-520-8087 or visit it online at www.greatwestchrysler.com.

Media Contact: Corey Pearson, Great West Chrysler, (877) 520-8087, cpearson@yachimecgroup.com

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SOURCE Great West Chrysler



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