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    2013 Dodge RAM 2500 ProMaster

    Here it is, a re-badge of the Fiat Ducato. I read about this showing up here but didn't expect to see one so early. Here's some info about our version of the Ducato. Wiki: On February 7, 2013, Ram Commercial Trucks...

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  • dodge ram mapleridge 2500 promaster hc2599

    2013 Dodge RAM 2500 ProMaster

    Here it is, a re-badge of the Fiat Ducato. I read about this showing up here but didn't expect to see one so early. Here's some info about our version of the Ducato. Wiki: On February 7, 2013, Ram Commercial Trucks...

    Photo by Foden Alpha on Flickr

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    Fiat-Chrysler best-selling car in 2012 | Ram Pick Up

    The Ram truck completed the year with 293,363 units — I’d be surprised if that total doesn’t rise in 2013 with a full year of the refreshed full-size pickup. The Ram Truck brand was the highest ranking non-premium...

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    Chrysler Trenton Engine Plant

    Chrysler Trenton Engine Plant, Trenton, Michigan

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  • 2014 Dodge Ram 1500 Hemi

    2014 Dodge Ram 1500 Hemi comes with 3.6 liter Pentastar V6 or 5.7L Hemi V8 with the new Ecodiesel six cylinders scheduled to arrive later this year.Due to delays in the availability of the new diesel engine fuel...

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    Chrysler Trenton Engine Plant

    Chrysler Trenton Engine Plant, Trenton, Michigan

    Photo by Brandl Motors on Flickr

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    Chrysler Trenton Engine Plant

    Chrysler Trenton Engine Plant, Trenton, Michigan

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  • How Far Can You Drive? We Analyze Half-Ton Fuel-Tank Range

    07/27/15, via PickupTrucks.com

    Aisin produces the 6 speed transmissions for Rams High Output Cummins also, and I haven't heard of anyone that's destroyed one of those, unlike the crappy Ram (Dodge) RExxx transmissions. Under your criteria of "strongest V6 and V8" engines, the

  • Charger has size, muscle and sophistication

    08/02/15, via South Bend Tribune

    "The Charger blends the practicality of a family vehicle with the styling and performance of a muscle car," said Patrick Beck, a sales consultant at Sorg Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram in Goshen. "And thanks to the availability of all-wheel drive, it's a

  • Chrysler 300C: Sexy at 60

    08/11/15, via Inquirer.net

    Auto Nation Group (ANG), the general distributor for the Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram brands in the country, recently unveiled the new Chrysler 300C, touted as the most technologically advanced sedan of its class, at the Manila Polo Club. Chrysler

  • Production of the FCA US Pentastar V-6 Engine Family Surpasses 5 Million

    05/27/15, via PR Newswire (press release)

    Today, Pentastar V-6 engines are available in 14 vehicles from the Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram brands. Since the start of 2015, 47 percent of FCA US vehicles sold are equipped with a Pentastar V-6 engine. "The success of the Pentastar V-6 engine 

  • Chrysler Pentastar Engines Upgraded With Turbochargers

    12/08/14, via Design & Trend

    (Photo : Getty Images/Bill Pugliano) An engine is installed into a Chrysler Ram 1500 truck as it goes through the assembly line at the Warren Truck Assembly Plant September 25, 2014 in Warren, Michigan. The plant redesigned its assembly line, allowing 

  • 2015 Dodge Ram brings power to fuel economy

    09/11/14, via nwitimes.com

    This abundant torque from a 3.0-liter engine is the enabler for 9,200 pounds of towing capacity while delivering fuel economy of 28 mpg on the highway. Like the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 and 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 gasoline engines already offered on the Ram

  • BLAM! A Ram: 2014 Ram 1500's Pentastar V6, Torqueflite 8 Impress

    11/20/13, via TechnologyTell

    The Torqueflite 8 made sure the Pentastar engine was always in its prime powerband, and I avoided a nasty black fog that might have otherwise settled over the bright white paintjob on our test Ram 1500. According to Ram's own specs site, the Pentastar

Chrysler 300C: Sexy at 60 - Inquirer.net

Auto Nation Group (ANG), the general distributor for the Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram brands in the country, recently unveiled the new Chrysler 300C, touted as the most technologically advanced sedan of its class, at the Manila Polo Club. The new refinements and innovative features of the new 300C in design, comfort, driving performance, fuel efficiency, and safety and security features belie the somewhat familiar iconic shape and design that we have grown familiar with in the... “Beyond its head-turning iconic proportions and even more commanding Chrysler front-end grille, our new 300C is designed to reward hard-working individuals by delivering class-exclusive technologies, premium appointments and levels of quality,”... It has the soul of the 1955 300, the attitude of the 2005 300, and the style and sophistication that are the trademark of a count 300. “The 2015 Chrysler 300C has more of everything you could ever want in a car of its class,” says Gardner. The most notable exterior improvement of the new 300C is its redesigned fascia and more prominent grille with the floating Chrysler wing badge. Just below the main grille is a chrome Mobius strip that outlines a lower grille opening that surrounds the new LED fog lamps. Source: motioncars.inquirer.net

Chrysler Pentastar Engines Upgraded With Turbochargers - Design & Trend

(Photo : Getty Images/Bill Pugliano) An engine is installed into a Chrysler Ram 1500 truck as it goes through the assembly line at the Warren Truck Assembly Plant September 25, 2014 in Warren, Michigan. The plant redesigned its assembly line, allowing Chrysler to be able to produce more than 38,500 more Ram trucks a year. The 1500 is expected to receive Chrysler's new turbocharged Pentastar engine in the coming years. Chrysler Group will be adding turbochargers , direct injection and other new technologies to its V6 Pentastar engines, reports Automotive News. The Pentastar family of engines were introduced in 2010 for the 2011 model year, featuring cylinder deactivation, dual variable valve timing and the ability to run on an ethanol fuel blend. As government requirements force automakers to raise their average fuel economy across their range of vehicles, engineers are scrambling to introduce lighter, cleaner technologies without sacrificing power. The Town & Country minivan will be dropping its old 3. 6-liter V6 for a 3. 2 when the redesigned model hits showrooms in 2016. Engine power will come through a nine-speed automatic transmission. Rumors have been circulating for months that the venerable Wrangler may receive and aluminum body and turbocharged engines for the 2017 model year. Source: www.designntrend.com

BLAM! A Ram: 2014 Ram 1500's Pentastar V6, Torqueflite 8 Impress - TechnologyTell

var tt_sections =... /* ]]> */ Having recently spent a week in the Ram 1500 Big Horn Edition so equipped, I can render a “probably” answer to that question. Like my previous truck tests , I really didn’t get to load up the Ram with any weight to speak of, not counting 700-plus newspapers on my weekly paper route at the daytime gig. I can’t help it, I just don’t need to haul that often, and I didn’t know anyone who needed help moving to a new place or anything like that. So I didn’t get to test its hauling abilities, but based on its ability to haul large quantities of an intangible — let’s just call it posterior for the sake of family friendliness, m’kay. — I’d say the Ram 1500’s Pentastar 3. 6-liter V6 and ZF 8-speed transmission are more than up to the task for moderate load-handling tasks. I did an untimed 0-to-60 run with my father riding shotgun, and he remarked that the Ram 1500’s acceleration felt much stronger than his 2010 Ford F-150 with its 3. 7-liter V6 and six-speed slushbox. The Ram 1500 we tested never felt like the lumbering, huge truck it was, at least not where acceleration was concerned. Source: www.technologytell.com
  • Pentastars - advanced V6 engines from Chrysler (and Mercedes)

    phoenix engineThe Pentastar engines were created by Chrysler engineers for Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram; a Ferrari-re-engineered version is built for Maserati.

    The Pentastar 3.6 liter V6 engine pumps out 305 horsepower in the Dodge Challenger and the 2013 Ram. It matches prior-generation Hemi V8 0-60 times (6.6 seconds). With the nine-speed AWD setup in the Chrysler 200, it is good for 0-60 in 6.4 seconds. The more fuel-efficient, but less powerful, 3.2 liter V6 is used in the Jeep Compass.

    A 3-liter twin-turbo version is on the way (it will probably be less powerful than the 404 horsepower version used by Maserati). Direct injection is coming with the “PUG” Pentastar upgrade, around calendar-year 2015-16. It might be waiting for low-sulfur gasoline.

    The Pentastar enabled major V6 engine components to be cut from 189 parts to just 32. Exhaust manifolds are cast directly into the cylinder head (32 different exhaust manifolds had been used). Intake assemblies, which together accounted for 32 different part numbers, have been slashed to two upper and two lower assemblies. Camshaft variations have dropped from 14 to four; fuel rail assemblies dropped from 14 to two. (These figures are from before the 2013 Ram and the 3.2.) Fully dressed, the 3.6 liter Pentastar V-6 is 94 pounds lighter than the 3.7-liter engine (Grand Cherokee) and 42 pounds lighter than the 3.5-liter (Chrysler 300).

    See our deep look at the Pentastar V6, specifications, repairs, and the factory.

  • 2015 Dodge Charger - Performance Features

    The Dodge brand is famous for its performance on the road, and the Dodge Charger continues that legacy. From heart-pounding power to unexpected efficiency, you’re guaranteed a ride that you won’t soon forget.

    This one's a game changer. The state-of-the-art TorqueFlite® eight-speed automatic transmission delivers world-class precision and fuel efficiency+ along with available sport mode and available paddle shifting.

  • 2013-2014 Dodge Ram 1500 engine, transmission, and axles ...

    hemi with eight speed automatic

    The 2013 Ram 1500 achieved best in class gas mileage with the V6 and V8 engines, thanks largely to the new “TorqueFlite 8” automatic transmission. For 2014, the Ram 1500 diesel not only beat the gas engines, but most midsize pickups (even with four cylinders) as well.

    The V6 model leapfrogged Ford to get best in class gas mileage with higher performance; it now has 305 horsepower and 269 lb-ft of torque, major improvements over the old 3.7 V6. (The Hemi also got a five horsepower boost.) Gas mileage for the 2014 Ram 1500 V6 is rated at 18/25, while the best 2014 Ford mileage is 17/23; Chevrolet lags at 15/20.

    The Ram 1500 diesel uses a VM 3-liter engine, also used on the 2014 Grand Cherokee, with the eight-speed automatic. A state of the art engine, it is compatible with up to 20% biodiesel fuel (B20) and has a common-rail injection system, high pressure cooled EGR, and selective catalyst reduction; the diesel exhaust fluid system can maintain full power when fluid is low, and has a refill port under the regular fuel cap (DEF cost around $34 per 10,000 miles in early 2014). The engine block and bedplate are made of compacted graphite iron, and has a structural aluminum oil pan; the heads have individual bearing caps.

    Some Ram features include passive cooling for the DEF injector, an insulated DEF tank with heated lines for cold weather operation, and an exhaust designed to reduce crystal build-up. DEF is normally refilled roughly every 10,000 miles, corresponding with oil change intervals (using 5W30 synthetic). Ram 1500 diesels have a standard 3.55 axle ratio, with an optional 3.92 — no 3.21.

    4x2 Pentastar V6 4.7 V8(2013 only) Hemi V86 speed Hemi V88 speed VM 3.0 Horsepower 305 @ 6,400 310 @ 5,650 395 @ 5,600 240 @ 3,600 Torque 269 @ 4,175 330 @ 39,50 407 @ 3950 420 @ 2,000 Fuel notes E85 E85 Cylinder cutoff Diesel Towing (max) 3,450 lb(7,450 lb, 2014+) 6,050   11,500 lb 9,200 lb Payload (max) 1,810 lb 1,717 lb   3,125 lb 3,125? Gas mileage 18 / 25 (HFE);17/25 (base) 14/20 14/20 (4x2)13/19 (4x4) 15/22 (4x2)15/21 (4x4) Our guess:18/26 8HP capacity, lb-ft 332 (450 Nm) (6 speed only) (n/a) 516 (700 Nm) 516

    Ford claimed, for 2013, a peak non-turbo V6 tow rating of 6,700 lb.

    In a new development, the 2013 Ram cost around $1,000 more with the V6, over the base 4.7 V8 engine. The HEF version got 1 mpg more in city-mileage tests than the standard V6, and included the three-part tonneau cover and many systems changes (the stop-start system, grill shutters, fluid pre-heating, adjustable suspension, lower front air dam, and others — details); it also had numerous options as standard features.

    Competitive comparisons as of November 2014 V6 Pickups Axle City Hwy. Comb. HP Torque Towing Payload Price Chevrolet Silverado 1500 WT 4.3 3.23 18 24 20 285 305 6,100 1,950 $27,060 Ford F-150 XL 3.7 3.55 18 25 20 282 253 5,100 1,910 $26,915 Ram 1500 Tradesman 3.6 3.55 17 25 20 305 269 6,300 1,900 $26,660 V8 Pickups Axle City Hwy. Comb. HP Torque Towing Payload Price Chevrolet Silverado 1500 WT 5.3 3.42 16 23 19 355 383 7,200 1,940 $28,155 Ford F-150 XL 5.0 3.55 15 22 18 385 387 9,200 1,930 $28,510 Ram 1500 Tradesman 5.7 3.55 15 22 17 395 410 9,050 1,750 $27,985

    The Ram 1500 Tradesman V6 is competitive in horsepower, torque, payload and towing capacity, while coming in at a lower price. The Ram and Chevy bodies are less costly to repair, which could mean lower insurance costs.

    Standard cab, standard box, base model Axle City Hwy Comb. HP Torque Towing Payload Chevrolet 1500 WT 4.3 3.23 18 24 20 285 305 6,100 1,950 Chevrolet 1500 WT 5.3* 3.08 16 23 19 355 383 7,200 1,940 Ford F-150 XL 2.7-liter EcoBoost 3.55 19 26 22 325 375 7,600 1,800 Ford F-150 XL 3.5-liter EcoBoost 3.55 17 24 20 365 420 7,600 1,910 Ford F-150 XL 3.5-liter Ti-VCT V6 3.55 18 25 20 282 253 5,100 1,910 Ford F-150 XL 5.0-liter Ti-VCT V8* 3.55 15 22 18 385 387 9,200 1,930 Ram 1500 Tradesman 3.6-liter 3.55 17 25 20 305 269 7,600 1,940 Ram 1500 Tradesman 5.7-liter Hemi V8* 3.55 15 22 17 395 410 10,650 1,820 Ram 1500 SLT w/3.0-liter EcoDiesel V6* 3.55 20 28 23 240 420 9,200 1,620 *Equipped with 8-foot box.

    The 2.7-liter engine is a $795 option, so the Ford F-150 XL with it costs $27,310. The Ram V6 Tradesman is $26,155. Using the combined mileage estimate for the two trucks and a price of $2.839/gallon for fuel, it would take more than 89,500 miles to recoup the difference through fuel savings. Even at $4.00/gallon, it would take 63,500 miles, or more than two years of typical commercial fleet use, to justify selecting the Ford over the Ram on the basis of fuel savings. Of course, these arguments also apply to the Ford 2.7 vs the ram diesel.

    shootout

    The Ram 1500 faced down the aluminum-bodied Ford F-150 and new Chevrolet Silverado in Motor Trend’s half-ton truck shootout. The three contenders were put through a broad array of testing, including a 260-mile drive through California and Arizona. Measurements included:

    Without load: 0-60 mph and 1/4-mile, 60-0 mph braking, and lateral grip Tow testing with a 7,000 pound trailer Payload testing with 1,000 pounds Fuel economy

    The winner was chosen both by empirical results and and by driver impressions. 

    Motor Trend beat EPA fuel economy ratings with the Ram, turning in 20/28; the Ford was a distant second (17/22) and the Chevrolet was the worst, at 13/19.  All three were 4x4s, with Ram running a diesel six, Ford running a twin-turbo gasoline six, and Chevrolet running a 325 cid (5.3 liter) V8.  The Ram had the highest torque (420) and lowest horsepower (240); Chevrolet had the second best torque (383) and the best hosepower (355), while Ford lagged on both.

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    The Ram diesel was by far the slowest in 0-60, unladen (8.8 seconds) or towing a 7,000 lb trailer (23.9 seconds), while the Ford was best (6.5 and 16.2 seconds) and the Chevrolet not far from the Ford (6.9 and 19.5 seconds). Even so, the Ram did the quarter mile in just 16.6 seconds (the Ford did it in 15.1).  In braking, all three came within one foot of each other, with Ram slightly better than the others; lateral acceleration was likewise extremely similar.

    The judges found that, over 260 miles with a thousand-pound payload, the Ram 1500 diesel turned in 22 mpg, easily beating the turbocharged-gasoline V6 in the Ford.  The Ram’s optional air suspension provided a good combination of comfortable ride and good handling, along with strong interior aerodynamics.

    FULL-SIZE HALF-TON 2WD PICKUP ENGINE/ECONOMY FIGURES Rank* Make & Model Engine/Transmission HP Torque City Hwy Comb. 1 Ram 1500** 3.0L Diesel/8-speed 280 420 20 28 23 2 (tie) Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4.3L V6/6-Speed 285 305 18 24 20 2 (tie) Ram 1500 2WD 3.6L V6/8-Speed 305 269 17 25 20 4 (tie) Chevrolet Silverado 1500 5.3L V8/6-Speed 355 383 16 23 19 4 (tie) Ford F150 (2014) 3.7L V6/6-Speed 302 278 17 23 19 6 Ford F150 (2014)** 3.5L V6/6-speed 365 420 16 22 18 7 (tie) Chevrolet Silverado 1500 6.2L V8/6-Speed 420 460 15 21 17 7 (tie) Ford F150 (2014) 5.0L/6-Speed 360 380 15 21 17 7 (tie) Ram 1500 2WD 5.7L V8/8-speed 395 410 15 22 17 10 (tie) Ram 1500 2WD 5.7L V8/6-Speed 395 410 14 20 16 10 (tie) Toyota Tundra 4.6L V8/6-Speed 310 327 15 19 16 12 (tie) Ford F150 (2014) 6.2L V8/6-Speed 411 434 13 18 15 12 (tie) Nissan Titan (2014) 5.6L V8/5-Speed 317 385 13 18 15 12 (tie) Toyota Tundra 5.7L V8/6-Speed 381 401 13 18 15 NR Ford F150 (2015)** 2.7L V6/6-Speed 325 375 ? ? ? NR Ford F150 (2015)** 3.5L V6/6-Speed 365 420 ? ? ? NR Ford F150 (2015) 3.5L V6/6-Speed 282 253 ? ? ? NR Ford F150 (2015) 5.0L V8/6-Speed 385 387 ? ? ? **Indicates a turbocharged engine.  Bold indicates highest figure. Ties are listed alphabetically.

    At current fuel prices, the Ram 1500 with the Pentastar V6 has a lower fuel cost per mile than the EcoDiesel, because regular gasoline prices have fallen more than diesel; but this is expected to change in 2016. The federal government and 20 states tax diesel at a higher rate than gasoline. Indiana slaps about 11 cents more per gallon on diesel - on top of the six-cent federal add-on; while Nevada taxes diesel at nearly five cents less per gallon than gasoline.

    TorqueFlite 8: ZF Eight-Speed Automatic Transmission

    The eight speed automatic was the first of its kind to be used in a pickup truck. Just as the new transmission cut around two seconds off the Charger’s 0-60 times while adding several miles per gallon to its highway mileage, it helps the new Ram V6 to beat the 2012 model from 0-60 by three seconds, 0-60, while increasing gas mileage 20%.

    The eight-speed does not just add gears; it dramatically increases the range from first to top gear, shifts much faster than the older automatics, and is reportedly lighter than the 65RFE transmission.

    The eight-speed makes a stop-start system possible, and one is available on “select Ram 1500 models:” it automatically shuts the engine off when the truck comes to a complete stop, conserving fuel. The engine restarts instantly when the gas pedal is used. The feature can be shut off if desired, but has little impact on acceleration and a large impact on city-cycle driving.

    shifter knobThe V6 comes only with the 8HP45 “Torqueflite 8.”  The Hemi had an optional higher-torque version of the eight-speed, the 8HP70, which has identical gear ratios.

    Trucks with the eight-speed get a dash-mounted dial shifter, a style used on Class 6-8 heavy duty trucks. The class-exclusive shifter allows quick blind-shift transitions from Reverse to Drive; it is completely electronic, with no shift linkage, eliminating a common source of problems in well-worked trucks. Low gear is obtained with gear-change buttons on the steering wheel.

    Both the 8HP45 and 8HP70 transmissions are fully electronic, and can change their shift maps to meet current conditions; Ram has over 40 shift maps. The software uses engine torque gradients, kick down, longitudinal and lateral acceleration, hill detection, friction detection, downshift detection, cruise control, stability control interaction, and temperature to determine shift points and methods.

      1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Reverse Range Peak Torque 65RFE 3.00 1.67 1.50 1.00 0.75 0.67     3.00 2.33 410 lb-ft (540 Nm) 8HP 4.71 3.14 2.10 1.67 1.29 1.00 0.84 0.67 3.30 4.04 332 / 516 lb-ft (450/700 Nm)

    The 8HP has a much higher range than the 65RFE, for good highway economy without sacrificing low first gear power and acceleration. Rather than comparing any particular gear ratio to Ford, Chevy, or Toyota, we suggest that you look at the range and the overall top gear ratio with one of the four axle ratios (listed later on this page).

    The transmissions have four gear sets and five shift elements (multi-disc clutches and brakes); only two shift elements are open at any time (on both six and eight speeds). By minimizing the number of open shift elements, drag losses can be reduced.

    torqueflite eight

    Pentastar V6

    The Pentastar V6 gas engine has dual overhead camshafts (DOHC), high torque over a broad rpm range, E85 capability, and best-in-class noise, vibration and harshness (NVH). The Pentastar won Ward’s 10 Best Engines award in its debut year of 2011 and repeated in 2012.

    The 60-degree aluminum block is made of die-cast T380 aluminum with cast iron bore liners. Six bolt main bearing caps contribute to an extremely rigid lower structure. Cast aluminum pistons are fitted to forged connecting rods; aluminum cylinder heads with dual overhead camshafts and four valves per cylinder include integral exhaust manifolds. The large intake ports are a “tumble” design. Despite the high (10.2:1) compression ratio, the Pentastar V-6 runs on regular 87 octane fuel (or E85).

    pentastar engine with eight speed automatic

    For better fuel efficiency across a wide torque band, the engine includes variable-valve timing (VVT) with dual independent cam phasing. Nearly 90% of the engine’s peak torque is available from 1,800 to 6,400 rpm.

    For 2013, due to the increased power, customers can opt for a V-6 engine with a 4x4 and in crew cab models.

    Hemi V8 and Next Generation V8

    The 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 has best-in-class towing and payload (11,500 pounds and 3,125 pounds, respectively, with the Ram 1500 Tradesman Heavy Duty). Cylinder shut-off deactivates four cylinders when full V-8 power is not needed, increasing gas mileage by up to 20%; the system operates nearly-instantly between 1,000 and 3,000 rpm.

    VVT first closes the intake valve (to increase pumping efficiency) and, later, the exhaust valve, to increase the expansion process of the combustion event. This allows more energy to be transferred to the wheels instead of being lost out of the exhaust as heat. VVT also improves engine breathing for efficiency and power.

    Interactive Deceleration Fuel Shut Off (iDFSO) cuts fuel to the engine during deceleration, improving fuel economy in both city and highway driving. The system does take getting used to, as the valves close when it is active, so the engine suddenly “drags.”

    Midgrade gasoline (89 octane) is recommended; 87 octane regular is allowed.

    vvt heads

    The Next Generation V8, a 4.7 liter single-cam design with 16 valves and normally-open check-valve lash adjusters, returned for 2013 only, with horsepower similar to the V6. The engine has a cast-iron block with aluminum-alloy heads, and a 9.8 compression ratio. We asked Ram’s Dave Sowers if the 4.7 would continue throughout 2013. He said:

    We have a 4.7 at least for ’13. A large portion of our sales today are Hemi. We think with the Pentastar we’ll sell some more V6s, and the 4.7 is kind of the ‘tweener engine. It’s still an important part of the lineup. We can produce as many as we need. It’s not a production constraint. It’s more of demand I would say. People who are buying V8s, most people, particularly individual consumers are buying the HEMI. Great name, great seat-of-the-pants feel, great power, and very good fuel economy.

    Today, the ’12 model year, the 4.7 and 5.7 have similar EPA fuel ratings. 20 MPG highway in a 4x2 configuration. They vary a little bit in the city. With the 8-speed, the HEMI will be hands down better than the 4.7 in both power, acceleration, capability and fuel economy.

    Thermal Management System Thermal management to cut transmission wear and raise efficiency

    A segment exclusive on the 2013 Ram 1500 is a new thermal management system, designed to quickly raise the transmission fluid temperatures to cut parasitic losses and wear, improving fuel efficiency by 1.7%. It is enabled by an electronic thermostat which constantly monitors antifreeze temperature; once it’s hot enough, warm engine coolant is circulated through a thermal exchange unit which heats up the transmission fluid. In most vehicles, the transmission heats up independently of the engine. (The system also works for engine oil.)

    Chrysler’s Dave Sowers said:

    We get benefit from bringing both of them [oil and transmission fluid] up to operating temperature faster. The primary benefit comes in the transmission. In colder climates, you could drive a vehicle for hours in the winter and the transmission might never reach that 190° (F) for the most efficient operation. So what we do is use some of that hot engine coolant through the heat exchanger to bring it up to 190° as quickly as possible, and that gives us efficient operation very quickly.

    cylinder shutoff (MDS)

    This is a big leap forward in efficiency given most customers’ drive cycles and like I said, the fact that they might never get to that level of efficiency. We even use it with engine oil. You might think that once you start running the engine, the engine, the coolant and the oil are all the same temperature but that’s not true. We’re circulating coolant around where the combustion process happens to take all the heat out that we need to. What we’re going to do is heat the engine oil up to that – about 190° – as quickly as possible too. More benefit comes from the transmission than from the engine, but it helps in both cases.

    Why do you say that more benefit comes from the transmission? Because the engine oil would’ve heated up eventually anyway. So we’re speeding up in the engine. In the transmission case we’re getting to where we might not have ever got in cold temperatures and low loads.

    Stop-start system

    Adding to industry firsts in a pickup truck is the stop-start system, on “select 2013 Ram 1500 models.” This new system improves fuel economy by up to 3.3%, or around one mile per gallon (mpg), in the truck’s city drive cycle. It shuts the engine off when the truck comes to a complete stop. Amenities (radio, gauges, heating or air conditioning, etc.) continue to operate, making the operation transparent to the driver. The engine restarts automatically when the driver releases the brake, allowing seamless acceleration.

    pulse width modulation

    The system monitors brake pedal position and vehicle speed over time to determine appropriate engine shut off, preventing frequent on/off cycling in heavy stop-and-go traffic situations. The starter, alternator, and battery have been upgraded on trucks with this system; the high-durability starter (with 300,000 tested on/off cycles) is in a stronger case, with heavy-duty flywheel teeth and a more robust starter solenoid. The new battery is 800 amps, with Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) technology, and the alternator capacity is 220 amps. (These upgrades only apply to trucks with the stop/start system; standard alternators are 160 and 180 amp, and the standard battery is a 730 CCA model).

    If the battery’s charge is reduced, the truck will discontinue stop-start until the battery is recharged to an acceptable level. A system disable switch is on the dash.

    Transfer Cases

    Two transfer cases are available on the 2013 Ram 1500: the Borg Warner 44-45, a part- time four-wheel drive; and the Borg Warner 44-44, an on-demand four-wheel drive system. Both transfer cases are two-speed models (2.64:1 low gear) engaged with a dash-mounted rotary dial (column shifter) or buttons (TorqueFlite 8 rotary e-shifter). The on-demand system is only available with the Hemi engine.

    interative deceleration fuel shutoff

    The part-time transfer case provides three operating ranges, 2HI (two-wheel drive), 4HI (four-wheel drive) and 4LO (low-range reduction four-wheel drive), and a neutral position. Operating mode may be switched between 2HI and 4HI while the vehicle is in motion, but the transmission must be in neutral to engage 4LO.

    The on-demand transfer case provides four operating ranges: auto, 2HI, 4HI and 4LO. The auto range engages two- or four-wheel drive depending on road conditions. 2HI, 4HI and 4LO function the same as in the part-time transfer case.

    Driveshafts incorporate 1350 series universal joints, two-piece thrust washers with triple-lip seals and improved journal cross strength.

    Axles

    Two final drive ratios, 3.21 and 3.55, are available on both the 2WD and 4WD models, reducing engine rpm throughout the operating range for better fuel economy. Two higher ratios are also available. (Note: on 2014 Ram diesel, the standard ratio is 3.55:1, with a customer-orderable 3.92:1 ratio.)

    Four-wheel drive models of the 2013 and 2014 Ram 1500 use a front axle designed for optional air suspension or standard torsional independent front suspension, incorporating half-shafts that drive front hubs. The axle also has a disconnect system that automatically disengages the axle when four-wheel drive mode is disengaged, for increased fuel economy.

    The rear axle uses a new optional air suspension or multi-link mounting design to facilitate a coil- spring setup, with forward-facing shock absorber brackets. An optional clutch-type limited-slip rear axle is optional; it instantaneously divides torque between the rear wheels in proportion to the traction available to each wheel. The system is smooth when turning corners because it responds only to variations in traction. (Heavy duties use a helical gear type limited-slip rear axle.)

    Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)

    Pulse-width modulation reduces parasitic electrical load and increases durability of fuel delivery and forward cooling fan. The fuel efficiency improvement is small (0.4%) but measurable over the trucks’ long lifespan.

    Chrysler’s Dave Sowers explained the system:

    Our fuel pumps historically have been created so that I can haul a long grade with wide-open throttle and provide enough fuel pressure and volume to maintain my speed the whole way up. Previously, we had two fuel lines to the engine compartment: one with pressure, and one where we return pressure. [With returnless fuel injection], We moved that fuel pressure regulator from the fuel realm to the fuel pump itself. But the fuel pump always still came on and ran at full speed and we just relieved the extra pressure right back into the tank. So that was returnless fuel.

    pulse width modulation

    Now what we’re doing is on-demand. We use pulse width management to do that, where we will only turn the pump on when we need it to generate the power. So we get two benefits of that: lower electrical load and longer fuel pump life because we’re not running it all the time. What we did in the past was the equivalent of turning your stereo onto 10 and covering your ears when it’s too loud. Now what we do is turn the volume down.

    We also use pulse width for alternators. That’s been true for a long time; that’s not a new technology. But we’re using it for our cooling fans as well, so we don’t have to run them at full speed, we can run them at partial speed. [you've had two-speed fans for a while, haven’t you?] Yes, but we’d turn them on and turn them off. Now we can vary the speed with pulse width. [He could not answer how many steps they had for the fan.]

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    Powertrain Warranty: 5 Years / 100,000 Miles

    The 2013 Ram 1500 is backed with a best-in-class 5-Year / 100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty which cost parts and labor for covered powertrain component (engine, transmission, and drive system) and free towing to the nearest Ram dealer, if necessary. The warranty is transferable to new owners. The standard 3-Year / 36,000-Mile Basic Limited Warranty provides bumper-to-bumper coverage for the Ram 1500.

    TorqueFlite 8: the name

    Ram’s Dave Sowers said:

    I was part of the process [of coming up with the name] but I can’t point back to a single person. It was kind of a general agreement when it came up. We look back at TorqueFlite… the TorqueFlite name was a period of time when Chrysler was known for having bulletproof, efficient transmissions. That’s a notion that we all still held. So when the name came up in discussion, we all agreed. It sounded good. We did some research. We did some online research, and we did some customer research, and it does resonate that way. It speaks to high-quality transmissions and efficiency.

    ZF 8-speed automatic transmission for Chrysler

    When TorqueFlite 8 was originally used, the number afterwards referred to the number of cylinders in the engine it was made into. Now we’re using it to designate the number of speeds in the transmission.

    So we’re going to have 8-speed transmissions behind 6-cylinders like the Pentastar, and now we announced today we’ll have them behind 8-cylinders like the HEMI and the truck.

    In 2014, will I still see the 65RFE? Yes.

    Comparisons to Ford F-150 2014 Ram2013 Ford Pentastar V6 F-150 V6 F-150 V85.0 F-150 V86.2 F-150 V6Turbo RamDiesel Hemi V86 speed Hemi V88 speed Horsepower 305 @ 6,400 302 360 411 365 240 395 @ 5,600 Torque 269 @ 4,175 278 380 434 420 420 407 @ 3950 Features Twin-cam, E85           Cylinder cutoff 4x2 mpg 18 / 25 (HFE);17/25 (base) 17/23 15/21 13/18 16/22 ? 14/20 15/22 4x4 mpg 16/23 16/21 14/19 12/16 15/21 ? 13/19 15/21 Specifications and dimensions  Crew cab Front Rear Headroom 41.0 39.9 Legroom 40.9 40.2 Shoulder 65.9 65.7 Volume 64.0 cubic feet 61.0 cubic feet

    For the crew cab with five-foot-seven bed: Wheelbase, 140.5; track, 68.6 front, 68.0 rear; 229 inches long; 81.5 inches wide. 26 gallon tank fuel standard, and 32 gallon optional. The cargo box is 5 foot 7 inches in length, with a volume of 50.3 cubic feet (SAE), and a 67.4 inch length at the floor with the tailgate closed; the width is 66.4 max, 51 inches between wheelhouses. Depth is 20 inches. The tailgate opening width is 60.4 inches.

    Pentastar V6 5.7 liter Hemi V8 65RE automatic transmissions ZF 8-Speed / TorqueFlite 8 automatic transmissions VM diesel for Ram 1500

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  • 2013 Ram 1500 SLT V6 8AT Test – Review – Car and Driver

    From the February 2013 Issue of Car and Driver

    In a hyper-macho and ultra-industrious world where cars didn’t exist, what would individuals of subpar testosterone levels and only moderate abilities drive? Even if trucks were our only choice, we imagine the relative merits of cars—smoother ride, ease of maneuverability, efficiency—would hold a natural draw for some. These folks would want trucks as light and economical, as “carlike” as possible. They’d be looking for El Caminos. Or Honda Ridgelines. For 2013, the Ram 1500 has been updated to make it more attractive to such people.

    Shedding pounds and gaining miles per gallon led Ram’s agenda, so high-strength steel pares about 30 pounds from the truck’s chassis, while an aluminum hood trims 26 pounds from the nose. According to Ram, the new base powertrain combo tested here saves 76 pounds compared with last year’s. In pursuit of both efficiency and power delivery, it pairs Chrysler’s 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 with the same ZF eight-speed automatic that you’d find in a $474,900 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe. That transmission also contributes to one of the Ram’s fuel-saving tricks: a fluid circuit that uses engine coolant to bring it quickly up to operating temperature, reducing the viscosity of the transmission fluid and increasing efficiency. Other mileage-boosting kit on the truck includes automatic grille shutters, low-rolling-resistance tires, and electric power steering. A fuel-efficiency package can be had that adds a tonneau cover and automatic stop-start; it gains another mpg in the EPA city test, bumping the base city rating to 18 mpg. The highway figure remains 25.

    For all its newness, though, the Ram doesn’t look much different than it did last year. A taller grille, new front fascia, and headlights updated with LED turn signals are about it. The latest version of Chrysler’s ­Uconnect infotainment system is available, which now can be updated with features and apps downloaded over the truck’s wireless network. (Once upon a time, the only applications a truck buyer needed were the kind turned in by job seekers.) A seven-inch LCD display is optional on the SLT and tucks into the instrument panel. It provides six customizable gauges and displays offering entirely too much choice in where to look to find the time, outside temperature, direction of travel, mileage (instantaneous or average), distance to empty, oil temperature, oil life, trans-fluid temperature, trailer-brake gain, or engine hours. Plus two trip odometers, plus a separate trip odometer for trailering...

    Most important, the RamBox bedside compartments are now power locking. Between them and the in-floor storage wells under the back seats, Ram pilots can keep nearly 43 six-packs of b... soda secured out of sight. In addition to lights that turn on when you open the compartments—just like your refrigerator!—the RamBoxes have manual switches so you can leave them open around the bonfire without diminishing your nighttime ambience. If you ignore those switches, do the lights stay on when the lid is closed? Does your refrigerator light stay on when the door is closed? Put a kid in there and find out—there’s a glow-in-the-dark handle he can pull to release the latch and free himself.

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    Highs, Lows, and Verdict Highs:

    Plush ride; so many extras that your grandfather would be embarrassed to call it a truck.

    Lows:

    Forty-three grand and it doesn’t come with leather, auto climate control, or a log splitter.

    Verdict:

    What cars would be like if we’d never invented unibodies.

  • Chrysler Pentastar Engines - Specifications

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      Horsepower Torque (lb-ft) 0-60 (est) EPA MPG Dodge Challenger 305 268   18/26 Dodge Charger Pursuit 291 @ 6,400 260 @ 4,400 8.65 (5-spd)   Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger 292 @ 6,400 260 @ 4,800 6.6 (8-spd) 19/26 (five speed)19/31 (eight speed) Minivans, Avenger, 200 283 @ 6,400 260 @ 4,800   17/25 Avenger/200 283 @ 6,400 260 @ 4,800 7.1 19/29 Jeep Grand Cherokee 290 @ 6,400 260 @ 4,800   16/24 (five speed)? / ? (eight speed) Dodge Durango (2014)         Ram 1500 305 @ 6,400 269 @ 4,175   up to 18/25 3.2 in Jeep Cherokee 271 @ 6,500 239 @ 4,400   22/29 (4x4)

    Specifications for the Mopar Pentastar engines used in Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram cars and trucks (there may be minor differences for some models):

    Spec 3.6 liter V6 3.2 liter V6 Material Liquid cooled 60° V6 with deep-skirt aluminum block and heads; metric standard Valves Chain driven DOHC with 24 valves. Roller finger followers and hydraulic lash adjusters.Dual independent cam-torque actuated phasers. Displacement, bore x stroke 220 cid, 3.78 x 3.27 (96 x 83 mm) 198 cid, 3.58 x 3.27 (91 x 83 mm) Fuel injection Returnless, sequential. Same Compression 10.2:1 10.7:1 Fluids 6 quarts 5W20 oil; 14 quarts antifreeze; regular gas 6 quarts oil, 9.7 quarters antifreeze, regular gas Redline 6,400 rpm 6,500 rpm Emission controls Dual three-way catalytic converters Two mini-oxidation 3-way catalytic converters Firing order 1-2-3-4-5-6; lead cylinder is #1 in the right bank   Cylinder bore diameter Grade 1, 95.995 mm ± 0.005 mm (3.7793 ± 0.0002 in);Grade 2, 96.005 mm ± 0.005 mm (3.7797 inches 0.0002) ? Bore Max out-of-round: 0.009 mm (0.00035 inches). Cylindricity: 0.014 mm ? Crank bore taper Max, measured over length of bulkhead, 0.006 mm ? Pistons Cast aluminum alloy; weight, 354-364 grams ? Piston pin offset 0.8 mm ? Piston pins Full floating pins, 21.9985 ± 0.0015 mm diameterClearance in piston, 0.002 - 0.011 mm; in rod, 0.011 - 0.024 mm ? Piston rings #1 and #2 (top and center) are compression, 0.25-0.40 and 0.30 - 0.45 gaps respectively. #3 is oil control (steel rings), 0.15 - 0.66 gap ? Intake valve timing Opens at 2° ATDC, closes at 82° (ABDC) or 262° (ATDC); 260° duration, 128° centerline (crank degrees, using a 0.1524 mm valve lift threshold) ? Exhaust valve timing Opens 59° (BBDC) or 239° (BTDC), closes 12° ATDC, duration 251°, overlap 10° (crank degrees, using a 0.1524 mm valve lift threshold) ? Oil pressure Warm: 600-1,200 rpm: 34.7 kPa min; 1,201-3,500 206.8 min; 3,501 - 6,400, 427.0 min. Cold: 958 (139 psi) ?

    Running on regular gas, the Pentastar engine meets California LEV II+ evaporative emission requirements, Tier 2, meets Federal Bin 4+ emission requirements, and Clean Fuel Fleet Certification (CCF-LEV) in all other states.

    The block weighs just 77 lb (not much more than the four-cylinder 2.4). The crankshaft weighs 43 lb; the cylinder heads, 27 (bare). With valves, the heads weigh around 31 lb.

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