Monday, December 5, 2011

"Four Wheeler" nams Ram Power Wagon pick up of the year

 Four Wheeler magazine has nonored  the 2012 Ram Power Wagon with its highly regarded Pickup Truck of the Year award, marking the vehicle’s fourth win since the competition’s inception 23 years ago. The magazine puts  the newest trucks on the market through a week of rigorous testing to deterimine the winner. Each vehicle was evaluated in trail performance and highway performance as well as interior and exterior design.
The field was comprised of three trucks this year in which the Ram Power Wagon squared off against the Ford F-150 FX4 and the Ram 2500 Laramie Longhorn Mega Cab, according to the magazine's editors. “You can’t beat the versatility of the 2012 Ram Power Wagon,” said John Cappa, editor of Four Wheeler. “It’s aggressive BFG All-Terrain tires, tuned suspension, disconnecting sway bar, selectable lockers front and rear, and a Warn winch make it nearly unstoppable off-road, yet it’s still civilized enough to be daily-driven. The Power Wagon crawls over the most difficult rocky terrain just as easily as it speeds over rough dirt roads or commutes on smooth highways. Add in a 10,200-pound towing capacity along with multiple useful storage compartments, including the RamBox, and you end up with a remarkable factory-built ¾-ton truck that easily deserves Four Wheeler’s 2012 Pickup Truck of the Year award.” By Joseph Szczesny


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