Some jobs only need midsize power and capability. Other jobs need full-size power and capability. However, there are many jobs out there that require heavy duty power and capability – and when those jobs come around, it’s time to head on over to Cecil Motors in Uvalde, TX, to browse our inventory of 2021 Ram Heavy Duty trucks.
That’s because the 2021 Ram 2500 and 2021 Ram 3500 pickup trucks here at Cecil Motors in Uvalde, TX, are some of the most powerful, most capable, and most dependable heavy duty pickup trucks to ever hit the jobsite. And that means if you’ve got a heavy duty towing job that needs to be completed or if you need some heavy duty hauling taken care of, you need a 2021 Ram Heavy Duty truck from your hometown heavy duty truck headquarters – Cecil Motors in Uvalde, TX.
There are seven 2021 Ram Heavy Duty trim levels available here at Cecil Motors in Uvalde, TX, but that’s not the only choice you’ll need to make. In fact, when you’re picking out your new 2021 Ram HD truck, you’ll also get to choose from three cab size options, two cargo bed size options, three engine options, and 15 exterior color options.
So, let’s break down some of those options for you, starting with your engine options – a list that includes a 6.4-liter HEMI V8 engine offering a horsepower rating of 410 and a torque rating of 429 pound-feet, a Cummins 6.7-liter Turbo Diesel engine (standard output) offering a horsepower rating of 370 and a torque rating of 850 pound-feet, and a Cummins 6.7-liter Turbo Diesel engine (high output) offering a horsepower rating of 400 and a torque rating of 1,000 pound-feet.
Speaking of power, your towing and payload needs depend on which 2021 Ram HD truck you pick. More specifically, the 2021 Ram 2500 lineup features a max towing rating of 19,780 pounds and a max payload rating of 4,480 pounds, whereas the 2021 Ram 3500 lineup features a max towing rating of 35,100 pounds and a max payload rating of 7,680 pounds.
For more on the 2021 Ram Heavy Duty lineup, please contact our staff here at Cecil Motors in Uvalde, TX.