Ram Trucks Become Television Stars
One of the best selling variants of the Ram 1500, the Outdoorsman, will soon be the star of a TV series. Called "Outdoorsman," the show will feature a new Ram truck as its star, with hunters traveling between Texas and Alaska looking for the best wildlife gaming.Ram made a huge push over the past two years to double the variants of models offered, including the Tradesman, Express, Longhorn and Outdoorsman editions of 1500. Each comes with a slew of options consistent with the theme of each truck.
"This new series will provide the Ram Outdoorsman with even greater visibility among America's 50 million sportsmen," Ram CEO Fred Diaz said. "Chris Dorsey and Gerald McRaney are two of the best known and most credible personalities in the outdoors. Working with Orion Entertainment helps the Ram Truck brand speak directly to customers and demonstrates our commitment to the outdoors and outdoors enthusiasts."1Powered by a 5.7-liter Hemi V8, MPG ratings differ from between 16.1 to 18.1 miles per gallon, depending on terrain.
Outdoorsman models start at $28,625 for regular cab, with top of the line crew cab models priced around $41,785. Need more information? Check out Bill Luke Chrysler Jeep Dodge - 2425 W Camelback Road in Phoenix, AZ for all the details.