James Bergeron, writing for Autos.ca, was given the chance to give the new 2014 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel a spin over the course of 4 days.
On the first day, he examined the features of the tester model that he was given. The overall value for the equipment that he was given came out to almost $70,000! That includes navigation, rear backup camera, the RAMBOX cargo system, and a ton more things.
Day two consisted of him loading up the 1500. He notes that the Rambox was able to comfortable store his laptop bag, extra clothes, and even another tool bag. His major focus on the second day evaluation is to the interior of the 1500. The front seats, while meant for larger people, were still comfortable thanks to the large amount of features, such as adjustable seats and pedals. A normal problem with trucks is the lack of room and comfort for anyone riding in the backseat. The 1500 does not have this issue, offering a large enough area for people to have a happy ride or to store larger things. For the person with enough stuff to lug around, the flat floor allows for additional storage.
The third day is putting the towing and performance of the 1500 EcoDiesel through the paces. “The answer to the question everyone has been asking – how does the EcoDiesel tow? Well that answer is a resounding – “Very well, thank you very much.”
On the last day, the 1500 EcoDiesel hadn’t even gone through an entire tank of gas. It is with this in mind that the writer sees the largest potential for truck lovers to have interest in the EcoDiesel. With high marks for fuel economy and for performance, the 1500 EcoDiesel comes highly recommended.
For more information on the Ram 1500 EcoDiesel and other Ram trucks, contact us at Bayside Chrysler Jeep Dodge. View our new and used line-up on our website. Be sure to download our mobile app to keep track in real time of your vehicle when it is brought in to be serviced. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and subscribe to us on YouTube to see more auto news and monthly specials.