The 2017 Ram Power Wagon is a top of the off-road line pick up trucks. The greatest changes for the 2017 model incorporate another powder-covered front guard, a restyled front end, overhauled inside styling, and new outside design that pay homage to the 1979 Power Wagon.
According to Motor Trend, the 2017 Ram Power Wagon is powered by a 6.4-liter Hemi V-8 with a best in class 410 horsepower and 429-pound feet of torque. It is mated to a stout six-speed automatic transmission and a physically moved BorgWarner 44-47 two-speed exchange case that sends torque to either the back or all four wheels.
It comes with a unique 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler Dura Trac tires and upgraded Bilstein monotube shocks that give a remarkable 14.3 inches of ground clearance. It additionally shows off an approach edge of 33.6 degrees, a departure edge of 26.2 degrees, and a break over the point of 23.5 degrees, as per Auto Blog.
The 2017 Ram Power Wagon features standard front and rear electronic locking differentials for an actual four-wheel drive and maximum traction. A unique Ram Articulink front suspension framework was used to consolidate high movement joints and sway bar detaching structure that allows extra flexibility and axle articulation.
Aside from that, the Ram power Wagon exterior has all new grille with a prominent Billet Silver Ram letter identification. The bigger blacked out grille is bookended by Black bezel bi-practical projector headlamps with LED marker lights. The vent-stamped hood likewise incorporates a Gloss Black realistic which involves mid-hood to the windshield.
The interior design has been updated with one of a kind specialized grain seats completed in Diesel Gray and Black with Sedoso texture embeds decorated with the Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tire tread design coordinating the Power Wagon's real impression. Front seats are with warmed choice component Light Slate Gray accent stitching, Ram logo weaving on the headrests, and Black with Light Diesel Gray Power Wagon nameplate fastened to the upper seat supports.
The 2017 Power Wagon incorporates an optional backup camera in the rear end, giving a superior field of vision while moving. Likewise, an optional cargo view camera that permits drivers to screen bed loads without pivoting. A touchscreen flips your choice on the Uconnect 8.4 exchanging the view from rear end to truck bed.