The 2007 Dodge Ram 2500's powerful engines, precise steering and well-built and functional interior make it a solid choice for hard-core truck users. A significant powertrain upgrade occurs this year. A 6.7-liter Cummins turbodiesel inline six-cylinder engine (late availability) replaces the previous 5.9-liter Cummins. It produces 350 hp at 3,000 rpm and 650 lb-ft of torque at 1,500 rpm. Dodge says it's quieter and less polluting than the 5.9 and available with an industry-first exhaust brake. For reference, the 5.9, which will likely be found on some early-build 2007 2500s, makes 325 hp and 610 lb-ft of torque. The new 6.7 Cummins will come with an all-new six-speed automatic that replaces the previous four-speed automatic. Although it's built to take on the most demanding tasks, the 2007 Dodge Ram 2500 is still a surprisingly comfortable truck for daily use. Its steering is light and its turning radius is smaller than that of other heavy-duty pickup trucks. Ride quality is also respectably supple and is nearly as comfortable as most half-tons. The V8 is a competent all-around engine, but for serious towing and hauling, the new 6.7-liter Cummins turbodiesel is essential. This truck from the exterior to the interior is pretty much flawless. This vehicle has been serviced to the very last detail with incredible upgrades such as ARP head studs a fully deleted EGR, cooler, DPF, throttle body valve, and grid heater. This is one of the best trucks we have ever had!
6.7L Turbodiesel Cummins; ARP 625+ Head Studs; Fully Deleted - EGR, Cooler, and DPF Deleted; Deleted Throttle Body Valve; Deleted Grid Heater; Billet Intermediate Shaft; Twin Disc Torque Converter; 12 mm Stroker CP3 Injection Pump; Port and Polished Intake; New Michelin Tires; Air Conditioning; Available; Power Steering; AM/FM CD; Satellite; AM/FM CD/DVD; Sentry Key; Alarm; Dual Front Air Bag; Active Belts; Crew Cab; Regular Bed; All Wheel ABS; 3/4 Ton