Ram Truck is pleased to announce that the popular Ram 1500 Outdoorsman will be back again in 2013. Available on the new model will be many of the great features that avid hunters and fisherman have enjoyed on previous models—features that include a standard towing upgrade, a rugged exterior appearance, and, of course, the brand-exclusive RamBox® storage system.
Never a company to rest on its laurels, Ram upped the ante with the 2013 edition by achieving best-in-class fuel efficiency for V-8 trucks. Thanks to the addition of several first-in-segment technologies, such as the TorqueFlite 8 eight-speed automatic transmission (optional) and refined aerodynamics, the improvements in efficiency come at NO COST to overall power.
Check out some of the other great features to look forward to on the new 2013 Ram 1500 Outdoorsman. Then check out RamTrucks.com to locate your closest dealer.
- 5.7-liter HEMI® V8 engine with a six-speed automatic transmission or the all-new 8-speed TorqueFlite 8 (Late Availability), 395 horsepower, 407 lbs/ft torque
- Electronic shift-on-the-fly transfer case (4×4 models)
- Available in a choice of two cab sizes (Quad and Crew) and two bed lengths (5 ft. 7 in. and 6 ft. 4 in.)
- Standard 17-inch cast aluminum wheels and puncture-resistant 10-ply “LT” tires; on/off-road tread pattern provides traction on all highway and trail surfaces
- Full-sized spare providing more security and functionality than restricted-use spare in the event of a flat
- Tow hooks for retrieving disabled or immobile vehicles, clearing trails
- Higher front air dam and single rear exhaust for higher off-road obstacle clearance
- Mud/ slush mats protect front and rear carpets from dirt and moisture
- 32-gallon fuel tank for extended operating range
- Premium cloth front seats with a choice of buckets or a 40/20/40 split bench
- Standard front suspension and transfer case skid plates on 4×4 models provide protection from off-road damage (4×4 models)
- Standard remote start for pre-warmed or cooled cabin after a long day in the field