Ram Trucks Ride and Drive at Overland Expo Mountain West

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Attendees at the Overland Expo Mountain West will have the opportunity to drive Ram trucks on an off-road driving course specifically designed to give them a taste of how the trucks will perform in real world trail conditions. With obstacles that highlight the approach, departure, and break over angles, plus the opportunity to test trail-based technology, attendees will see how well Ram trucks handle overlanding duties. With Ram 1500 Rebels and 2500 Power Wagons available, drivers can choose the truck they would like to take for spin around the track.

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The larger 2500 Power Wagon touts incredible performance specs, with a 10,520-lbs towing capacity, 1,544-lbs payload, and 410 horsepower. The Power Wagon is not only a workhorse, but it can flex some serious off-road muscle with a factory lift, rock rails, locking front and rear differentials, electronic disconnecting sway bar, and a 12,000-lb Warn Zeno-12 winch as standard equipment. 

The Ram 1500 Rebel features upgraded shocks, a full-size spare, electronic locking rear axle, and skid plates to ensure it’s ready for off-road challenges. The Rebel package also offers several aesthetic options for the grill, wheels, and decals so that drivers can genuinely make the truck their own. 

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As participants navigate their way through the course, the ride-along driving coach will highlight trucks’ features such as the locking axle and sway bar disconnect that will help the driver conquer the rock garden, off-camber sections, and other obstacles. After their session, drivers will undoubtedly be impressed with the Ram trucks’ off-road capability and performance-driven features.

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Photo by Brett Willhelm


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