For 2007, the Dodge Ram receives a significant upgrade in the form of a new optional powertrain that consist of a 6.7L I6 Cummins turbo diesel engine and a six-speed automatic transmission. Horsepower is now 350 @ 2,900 rpm (versus 325 in 2006) and torque is up by 40 to 650 ft-lbs @ 1,400 rpm (with auto transmission) and 610 @ 1,400 rpm (with manual transmission).
Powerful engines; towing and hauling ability; tremendous amount of available interior space in the Mega Cab.
The 2007 Dodge Ram 2500 has one of the torquiest diesel engines found in a light duty truck on the market today, and also offers more interior space than virtually any other pickup in their Mega Cab. The Rams' brawny styling is coupled with aggressive pricing and, as is often the case with domestic pickup, Dodge seemingly allows the consumer to tailor a truck down to the smallest detail.