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When you’re ready to experience a heavy-duty truck with premium performance, capability, and features, get into a new Ram 2500 for sale at our Ram dealership in San Antonio, TX. Shop for a 2023 Ram 2500 for sale to find a work truck loaded with V-8 or turbo-diesel power, advanced technology, and an upscale interior, all at a competitive Ram price.
Let’s look at the 2023 Ram 2500 lineup and see how it compares to the 2022 Ram 2500 trucks. Then, you can schedule a test drive of your preferred Ram pickup in San Antonio.
There may not be a 2023 Ram 2500 new body style, but there are plenty of updates and upgrades for this heavy-duty pickup truck for the 2023 model year. For starters, a new, off-road-focused Rebel trim has been added to the Ram 2500 lineup for 2023. The new 2023 Ram 2500 Rebel boasts a lifted suspension, an electronically locking rear differential, skid plates, four-wheel drive, and either a gasoline or diesel powertrain.
New tech is available across the 2023 Ram 2500 lineup, too, including a digital rearview mirror with side camera integration, a customizable 12-inch digital gauge cluster, and a Trailer Reverse Steering control system.
Choose from two robust powerplants when leasing or purchasing a new Ram 2500 pickup. If you are looking for a new Ram 2500 diesel, the 2022 and 2023 lineups have you covered. Many Ram 2500 shoppers will opt to upgrade to the available 6.7L Cummins Turbo Diesel I-6 engine, with its incredible 850 pound-feet of maximum torque and 19,980-pound towing capacity when properly equipped.
However, even the standard HEMI V-8 engine offers more than enough capability for most motorists. The 6.4L HEMI V-8 generates 429 pound-feet of torque and 410 horsepower, providing plenty of power for hauling and trailering. When properly equipped, HEMI-equipped 2023 Ram 2500 trucks offer a maximum payload of 4,000 pounds and a 17,730-pound maximum towing capacity.
When you’re seeking heavy-duty Ram truck capability, the new Ram 2500 for sale has you covered.
Seven trim levels are available when shopping the 2023 Ram 2500 truck lineup, plus even more configurations based on cab style, bed size, engine, and drive type. So, there’s no shortage of new Ram 2500 pickups for sale to choose from at our San Antonio Ram dealership.
Select from the following 2023 Ram 2500 trims when shopping for your new heavy-duty truck:
Your new Ram pickup awaits at our CDJR dealership in San Antonio, TX, so shop our new cars for sale online today. Our Ram sales staff is standing by, ready to assist in your search. Contact us with any questions about the new Ram truck lineup or to schedule a test drive of a heavy-duty pickup from our new Ram 3500 inventory or Ram 2500 selection.
Looking for a light-duty full-size truck? Our Ram dealership has you covered with our collection of pickups. Just see our new Ram 1500 inventory.
The Ram 2500 lineup of heavy-duty full-size trucks for sale had several changes for the 2022 model year. Every 2022 Ram 2500 gained the automaker’s Uconnect 5 infotainment system, which is reportedly even more responsive and intuitive than the previous generation of software. A new tow mode is offered, which shows a view behind the trailer via the rearview-mirror camera.
There has been speculation that the Ram 2500 will get a 10-speed Allison® transmission in the future. Right now, the 2022 and 2023 Ram 2500 trucks are equipped with an eight-speed transmission in V-8 form, and a six-speed transmission when fitted with the available Cummins turbo-diesel I-6 engine. Stay tuned to see if an Allison® transmission is added to the Ram truck lineup.
There is potential that Ram pickup trucks like the Ram 2500 lineup will get a 10-speed transmission in the future, as there have been rumors of the Ram brand offering a 10-speed Allison® transmission in the Ram 2500 model for some time. However, nothing is confirmed as of yet, so we’ll have to wait to see if future Ram trucks feature more forward gears than the current eight.