Equipment

Ram 4500/5500 Named Medium-Duty Truck of the Year

March 05, 2015

Senior Editor Chris Wolski Presents the Medium-Duty Truck of the Year award to Becky Blanchard, director of the Ram Truck brand. Photo by Chris Brown.
Senior Editor Chris Wolski Presents the Medium-Duty Truck of the Year award to Becky Blanchard, director of the Ram Truck brand. Photo by Chris Brown.

The Ram 4500/5500 Chassis Cab truck has been named Work Truck magazine’s eighth annual medium-duty truck of the year. The award was presented to Becky Blanchard, director of the Ram Truck brand, by Work Truck's Senior Editor Chris Wolski at a ceremony during the NTEA Work Truck Show.

The Ram 4500/5500 chassis cab was chosen by the readers of Work Truck and Heavy Duty Trucking magazines from a field of 11 trucks. These readers operate more than 100,000 medium-duty trucks.

Voters are asked to evaluate the trucks on which models best fit their fleet requirements, including application effectiveness, durability, quality, servicing, maintenance, and lifecycle costs.

This is the second time the Ram chassis cab has received the award in the past five years.

Comments

  1. 1. larry rose [ March 16, 2015 @ 10:49PM ]

    Educate me On médium duty trucks

 

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