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History of RAM
Ram Trucks, stylized as RAM and formerly known as the Ram Truck Division (of Chrysler), is an American brand of light to mid-weight trucks and other commercial vehicles, and a division of Stellantis (previously Fiat Chrysler Automobiles). It was established in a spin-off from Dodge in 2010 using the name of the Ram Pickup line of trucks. Ram Trucks' logo was originally used as Dodge's logo. Ram "Classic" trucks are made at the Warren Truck Plant in Warren, Michigan and at the Saltillo plant in Saltillo, Mexico. New series Ram pickups are made at Sterling Heights Assembly in Sterling Heights, Michigan. Since its inception, the brand has used the slogan "Guts. Glory. Ram."
Ram is Dodge's truck division. This company makes trucks for the rough and tough hard-working man or woman. The truck trims are as follows the Ram tradesmen, the Bighorn/Lonestar, the Rebel, the Laramie, the Laramie Longhorn and the Limited. The Models are as follows the 1500, the 2500, the 3500 with its different beds, the 4500 chassis cab and the 5500 chassis cab. Ram also sells two work vans the ProMaster city, and its big brother the ProMaster.