Based on the Ram 2500, the Power Wagon is Ram's answer to Ford's F-150 Raptor and by the looks of things, it means plenty of business.
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Of course, Ram needs to boost sales-wise as well, since they trailed both Chevy and Ford all of last year, selling roughly 330,000 units to the Silverado's overall 440,900 and the F-Series' 564,450.
The Ram Power Wagon is packing a 6.4-liter Hemi V8 unit, good for 410 HP and 429 lb-ft (581 Nm), which should still fall short of the F-150 Raptor while remaining within that same ballpark. The 2017 Raptor is said to eclipse the current 6.2-liter V8's 411 HP and 434 lb-ft (588 Nm) of torque, meaning the Ram might still be fighting an uphill battle.
But at least it will be fighting it,
Where the Ram Power Wagon might be dropping a few points is in the looks department. It has a specific appearance that seems to be more of an acquired taste rather than something most people would fall in love with - as opposed to the F-150 Raptor.
Correction : The Silverado actually has 10 more horses than the Ram Power Wagon. We promise to make Sergiu write that 420 times on the blackboard...