Ram Power Wagon Takes Four Wheeler Top Honors

Power Wagon 3 II

Four Wheeler Magazine recently presented its 2015 Pickup Truck of the Year Award to the 2014 Ram 2500 Power Wagon. Among some of the exclusive pickup truck parts and pieces that contributed to its impressive off-road performance were front- and rear-locking differentials, sway-bar disconnects, extra skid plating, 33-inch tires, a Warn winch, and unique front and rear suspension technology.

The 2014 Ram Power Wagon (the 2015 was unavailable for the competition) came equipped with the new 6.4-liter Hemi V-8 with cylinder deactivation and 4.10:1 ring-and-pinion gears for better fuel economy than the previous-gen 5.7-liter Hemi V-8. The crew-cab Power Wagon is offered in three trim levels: Tradesman, SLT and Laramie.

According to Cars.com sales data, fewer than 900 Ram 2500 crew cabs were sold in February 2015, with a 52-day supply in the pipeline; unfortunately, that data does not provide a Power Wagon model breakdown. We've heard from our sources that Power Wagon sales are much less than 500 units per year. Four Wheeler Magazine does not have a sales threshold as part of its competition criteria but does judge the competitors in five key areas: trail performance, on-pavement performance, empirical testing, and interior and exterior styling.

Other competitors in the 2015 competition included the model-year 2015 Chevrolet Colorado Z71, Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro and Toyota Tundra TRD Pro.

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I'd really like to see how this shakes out in 2017 with the new Raptor available, perhaps that ZR2 Colorado concept will become a reality by then too.

No doubt this truck is a winner. I have already test drove one and can't wait to buy mine. Shooting for this year and I am going to pay cash. This truck is perfect for my needs. Has the towing numbers and haul numbers. It's capable off road to tow my trailer and toys out where ever I want to go. Then I can take it out off roading without the trailer and have a ball. It's an ultimate do it all rig. It's off road blood line is unbeatable. It's the one that started it all.

“You can really rail the huge Power Wagon on twisty roads, which is amazing for a 6,700-pound truck. Does not push into hard corners as much as you think it would.”
“There’s virtually no obstacle that can stop this beast.”
-“This truck represents exactly what a truck should be. Something that can haul, tow, and wheel through any terrain or obstacle imaginable.”
“This truck checked all of the want boxes. With selectable lockers, an in-cab disconnecting sway bar, winch, and great suspension, it is the oversized Wrangler for those who think Jeeps are for Barbie.”

This is just like the one I test drove. I was impressed by the ride and the merging power onto the freeway.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=te91ofvGtyQ

Who wants a 3/4 ton pickup with 1/2 ton capacities?

Hemi V8 and 499 others.

"We've heard from our sources that Power Wagon sales are much less than 500 units per year."

Sums things up rather nicely.

Back seats are for cars.

Ram has the best interior out of any truck, it fits right, it feels right.
Even on the Ford and Chevy you feel "squeezed" but in the Ram you can spread out and relax.
The Ram also feels more solid where other trucks you can feel the floor move.
The Ram feels heavy, its like a giant piece of lead pushing down on the road, that's good, it improves handling, low center of gravity.
The Ram 2500 is the best you can get and at a better price than a similar Ford or Chevy.
The Ram has the closest feel of an old school truck where Ford and Chevy's feel like a car.


it is the oversized Wrangler for those who think Jeeps are for Barbie.”

Posted by: HEMI V8 | Mar 2, 2015 2:25:09 PM

Their is a lot of big fat blondes in the US. lol

I suppose it's kudos to the PowerWagoon.

I does look like a nice family wagon for an odd weekend away camping with some "easy" off roading.

I can't see how this vehicle can be considered a good off roader, this is due to it's bulk, size and enduarance.

It's biggest drawback for a vehicle of this size is it's low payload. Off roading and towing don't go together. Even with a PowerWagon, just hook up 1 ton behind it and watch your off road prowess dissipate rapidly.

I vaguely remember seeing a PowerWagon marooned in the ocean in California a couple of years ago. I'd bet a Wrangler would of been able to pull itself out of that situation, but not the very heavy PowerWagon.

Weight and size would make this an almost useless off roader on softer ground and sand would make it work unnecessarily hard.

If it's payload was reasonable and it had a diesel, like the 3 litre VM it would make for a great conversion platform for extended off road tours in the Outback here in Australia.

But, there are more competitive off roaders available here than the PowerWagon. Iveco make a fantastic 4x4 chassis.

Smaller is far better off roading, these large 4x4s are probably quite good for some farm and construction work or driving on a rough track. Where maneuverability is required these fail big time. But the PowerWagon lacks the payload for it's bulk to make it an economical proposition for any business.

It's a show pony.

I suppose they might make you look good at the mall, like the Raptor does.

@Tom#3 - you say you hardcore off road your F150................

okay.

A few questions..........

1. What model and drivetrain options?
2. Tires
3. Rear end gearing and what kind of differential i.e. e-locker or mechanical.
4. What kind of conditions have you driven in?

You didn't answer me on the Top Gear thread and I doubt you will answer any of my questions on this thread.

I think that allocating resources for a model that sells less than 500 units a year would be a terrible waste from a business standpoint.

The Ford and the Ram are show cars.

For the price of a Raptor you can buy a five year old half ton pickup and modify it for off roading. It won't be pretty but it will perform.

The Ram and the Raptor will look great down at Burger Heaven on Fridays when the local hot rod club is there. And there's room for your girlfriend's kids.

BREAKING NEWS:

Running on fumes: owners of certain Ram 1500 Ecodiesel trucks say vehicle is making them sick

http://tinyurl.com/nq9d6gp

The new Ram Ecodiesel is causing them headaches and coughing fits while behind the wheel!

This is a huge, huge safety problem and should be a top story here.

@papa jim - I tend to agree that most true hardcore off-road guys buy a used truck and modify to taste/budget.

I've seen a few Power Wagons and a few Raptors used for work and a few that were obviously used off-road.

Beating up a new truck for play works for the rich and shameless or young and stupid (or young with wealthy parents).

I am amazed at the number of 80k pickups used for work but those can be written off as business expenses.

I recall getting into a debate with some buddies over motorcycles. They were Harley fanboys and one was bragging about his custom engine and framed bike and how quick it was.
At the time I had a Yamaha YZF1000. They were giving me a hard time for my "Jap scrap" and I said, "okay, fine.... let's race!"
They all got quiet and the reply was, "it's not the same".
I told them, "yup, it's not the same. my bike will still win a drag race, is still faster top speed, and still stops and turns............ AND.......... I still had money left over to buy 2 dirt bikes and a quad.

Fan boys can rationalize almost anything. LOL.

That's one nice truck, great job RAM. I could see myself going from my Wrangler into this truck.

" Four Wheeler Magazine does not have a sales threshold as part of its competition criteria."

" To qualify for PTOTY, vehicles must be all-new or substantially revised from the previous model year, have a two-speed transfer case, a production run of at least 1,500 vehicles available in the U.S., and be on sale by March 15, 2015."

These Ram Box Holsters for fishing Rods and Rifles are a must have for my new Ram. Bolted to a Ram Power Wagon is an Anglers, Hunters dream Rig. Can't wait to make some new memories. :-)

http://www.autotrucktoys.com/ram/Mopar-OEM-Dodge-Ram-RamBox-Holster-PRD34361.aspx

... and to think some folks kept saying "this was a Ford web page".

@Big Al, "Smaller is far better off roading, these large 4x4s are probably quite good for some farm and construction work or driving on a rough track."

Take a look at this video. Notice the Power Wagons wheels never leave the ground. The small jeeps do. You have less traction with wheels off the ground less stable. Keep in mind what these small 4x4's would look like on a trail where a power wagons wheel left the ground. Not good and not stable. Also short wheel base vehicles are not as good at climbing hills vs a longer wheelbase vehicle. Watch how well the power wagon climbs the hill. Doesn't even speed up it. Slow and steady.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59dX-V8d5V8 "I suppose they might make you look good at the mall, like the Raptor does." Good luck finding a parking place wide enough to exit the Raptor after you park it.

Sure the power wagon I'd fast, the last one had a 4:56 rear end and got 8 miles per gallon and this one gets 11 mpg and requires premium gasoline, no thanks I'm staying with ford

@Lou_BC
"We've heard from our sources that Power Wagon sales are much less than 500 units per year."

Vastly better stuff out there even in NA. More an image maker than a true Off Roader. I wonder how long before they decide to pull the plug or replace it with something vastly more capable?

@ Mike Gaebelein "requires premium gasoline." NO that is FALSE. You might be mixed up with G.M's 6.2 V8. The Power Wagon runs on 87 or 89 for max performance.

something vastly more capable?


Posted by: Robert Ryan | Mar 2, 2015 9:25:59 PM

The Rubicon and Power Wagon are the BEST off the self 4x4's these UNITED STATES sale. Period.

Four wheeler of the year 5 times. Since 2005 when Chrysler rereleased the Combat proven power wagon.

Someone said something about Toyota should put a sway bar disconnect on the tundra? why do they need to? when the frame has all the flex in the world?

@HEMI (makes brand X fans jealous),
I hate to say, but the best US made off road pickup has yet to arrive............the diesel Colorado with the SWB.

As for off roading, I'd bet my ding ding that my BT50 will eat this PowerWagon off roading and it costs in converted USD around $33 000 USD at the moment, plus $4 000 grand worth of off road goodies.

This might do okay for a HD off road, but that's only where it might be competitive, even then I would want a Cummins powered HD Ram before this thing and spend a couple of grand on some minor suspension work.

I'd take an old 80s K5 Blazer over anything the big 3, toyota, nissan, Jeep makes today...and to top it off you could get it with a 6.2

@Lou and papa jim,
It's the same here in Australia, most of the hardcore off roaders by a 4x4 that is around 3-4 years old and modify them. Ex lease and just out of warranty vehicles. They are much cheaper than new and many are in a very good condition and have never off roaded.

There are some like myself who buy new and off road. But I don't do any extreme off roading. I first attempt the easiest possible route around an obstacle.

Why trash a vehicle for no reason. If I wanted to go extreme I would buy a bike or quad. But what some call extreme more experienced people call the norm.

Like white water rafting.

@Lou_BC,
Tom#3 stated his pickup has a Ford 9", which I find very odd as he has stated his is a 2011 or something F-150.

The first issue I have with this is from my recollection Ford 9" differentials were not used from 1984? on.

So, whatever comment he submits probably has little truth.

@@HEMI (makes brand X fans jealous),
Another important capability, it will carry a larger payload in the bed.

@HemiV8,
I do think the best Fiat off roader in the US is the VM diesel powered Grand Cherokee. This is judging all round performance.

The Grand is nearly on par with the Wrangler off road and is superior on road, thanks to the chassis by Mercedes Benz and the Italian diesel initiated by General Motors.

This doesn't leave much Chrysler in it.

As a genuine off roader I would think the G Wagen is the best on offer in the US or possibly the Ranger Rover.

Here is a cut and paste about the G Wagen and yet it's FE is better than the PowerWagon.

"At an EPA-estimated 12/15 mpg city/highway, the G550 gets poor fuel economy for the class."

Here is another cut and paste regarding it's off road capability, far, far superior to the PowerWagen.

"One word best describes the Mercedes-Benz G-Class: extreme. Fit for use as a military vehicle, the 2014 G-Class is among the most capable SUVs ever created."

http://usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/cars-trucks/Mercedes-Benz_G-Class/

What makes a great 4x4?

#1 Ground Clearance

#2 Skid Plates

#3 Approach, Departure, and Breakover Angles

#4 Wheel Articulation Ramp index

#5 Low End Torque

#6 Gearing

#7 Tires

#8 Locking Differentials

#9 High Mounted Air Intake

#10 Robustness

#11 Visibility

#12 Tow Points

#13 Frame

BT-50

26.4 degree
With its 237mm ground clearance, 28 degree approach angle, 26.4 degree departure angle, 25.0 degree breakover angle and 800mm wading depth, the 4WD BT-50 tackled the challenges thrown at it, including some steep, slippery descents. It's here the BT-50's hill descent control technology came to the fore.Oct 26, 2011

Ram Power Wagon

Off road, the big Ram's suspension work grants it a 34-degree approach angle and a 23.5-degree departure angle, while the breakover angle is 25.5 degrees.

The 2014 Ram Power Wagon's combined axle and suspension package adds to greater suspension articulation, a determining factor when negotiating extreme obstacles. With Smart Bar engaged, the Ram Power Wagon reaches a Ramp Travel Index (RTI - a measurement of a vehicle's suspension articulation) of 510 (26-inch vertical height).


" I'd bet my ding ding that my BT50 will eat this PowerWagon off roading." YOU CAN BELIEVE THAT.LOL

@HemiV8
Yes they do make pickup G Wagens, which are far cooler than any PowerWagen. We can buy them for Civilian use now.

I wish PUTC can do a article on these great pickups........but how can the Germans make a good pickup? Amarok? G Wagen? Two of the best pickup in the world.

http://www.motorward.com/wp-content/pictures/2009/06/Mercedes-Gclass-6x6-2.jpg

Article link; The 6x6 G Wagen pickup is an Aussie development of the stand 4x4 G Wagen. Cooler to own than a PowerWagen.

Brad Pitt even owns one! And he's as apple pie as apple pie.

http://www.motorward.com/2009/06/mercedes-gclass-6x6-for-australian-army/

@HemiV8,
The PowerWagon has modified suspension, ie, lift. Just by using 265/75 tyres over standard 265/70s on my pickup gives it an advantage over the PowerWagon.

800mm, do you know how deep that is? Around 32" and that's all Mazda BT 50s the specifications you have just given. That's huge even by US standards for wading. I have a snorkel which limits me to how big my balls are and how heavy or much weight I have in the bed.

In Australia we don't buy mass produced 4x4s like you do in the US. We customise our 4x4s to suit what capability we expect. Still my pickup costs around $20 000 less than a PowerWagon.

Like I stated, the dimensions you gave are also indicative of the 2WD BT50s, not just 4x4.

Here's a picture of a Mazda similar to mine.

http://www.4wdaction.com.au/_phpBB/download/file.php?id=84818&mode=view

My BT50 has 2" of lift and a bull bar which gives it massive angle increases. So, with a far superior 4x4 (BT50) than the PowerWagon, with 12% less torque and 37% less weight, far superior ramp over, approach and departure and a large payload with better traction and traction aids, superior maneuverability, I do think my BT50 is superior off road than the PowerWagon.

The PowerWagon will do okay off road, maybe up some wide open rocky stuff taking your family for a picnic. But from my perspective the PowerWagon has to many limitations due to size, weight, maneuverability, payload, FE endurance, etc.

I'm sorry HemiV8, the I wouldn't buy a PowerWagon if I was after a vehicle as a 4x4. Just being "big" and "powerful" doesn't make a vehicle the best off road option.

It looks nice and pretty like a Raptor, but that's all I see in it.

@Al,

Good for you, we prefer bigger trucks. It fits our needs.


Now go away!!!!

@Frank,
You guys also have the G Wagen in the US. You only get the SUV version as the chicken tax makes it unviable to bring over the pickup.

@Big al, I am not doubting that the BT50 is a good off roader. What makes the Power Wagon so good for my needs is towing my trailer 7,400 lbs dry, three quads 450 lbs dry, water 1,000 lbs and all my gear and fire wood. Having that much off road capability when towing in the sand dunes will allow me to go away from the big noisy crowds that make gas bombs all night. I get a more off road capable truck compared to my 03 Ram. I also get all my towing and hauling I need. It's a win win. :-)
Can the Power Wagon get better than stock sure. I would like to add off road lighting, 35's and 4.56 gears. Or lift it with a 4" Mopar lift kit and add 37's. Maybe change front and rear bumpers too add even more Approach and departure angles.Having a great platform to start with is great than add to it if I feel the need.

@HEMI V8,
That is par for the course off road here, most top out at 8000lb. You have payloads of 2,500-3000lb for a lot of Utes Off Road, the IVECO has 5000lb payload and tows 8,000lb Off Road. It has 32 Crawler gears , so it can climb like a Unimog

@HemiV8
I would love to see a PowerWagon tow 7 400lbs off road through sand dunes.

The PowerWagon would be hard pressed to tow that much weight off road. You have just blown your ramp over and departure angle, let alone removed most of your traction.

What a joke.

You must be a one of those kids I was talking about.

Read this cut and paste and the link so you when you get your licence and pickup you don't hurt yourself and others;

"Sandy Towing

It’s a general principle that towing anything through soft sand isn’t a very good idea and that’s why we’re opposed to inexperienced people hauling camper trailers across the Simpson Desert.

However, like all generalisations there are exceptions. We’ve hauled camper trailers across the Simpson and up the Hay River Track.

We’ve done a trip down the notorious Madigan Line with people hauling trailers and they managed very well. Note that these were very experienced people, pulling light trailers.

As with any foray on soft sand you need to drop pressures in your 4WD and trailer tyres. Since your driving will be at low speed, we’d suggest dropping to 16psi straight away. The trailer tyres can be lowered even further, provided they’re not tiny little donuts.

If you get bogged and can’t drive out with low tyre pressures, uncouple the trailer and that normally lets you drive the solo 4WD to firmer ground. From this position you may be able to skull-drag the trailer to firm ground also, using a tow rope or a winch. The trailer jockey wheel is no use in this manoeuvre, but some form of a skid under the trailer drawbar will stop it digging in: an old piece of carpet tied in place works well."


http://www.outbacktravelaustralia.com.au/driving-towing-4wd-driving-skills/desert-dune-driving

@HemiV8,
It's great you kids do have an interest in pickups, off roading and vehicles in general.

But I do think you must stop with your bulldust comments and actually listen to the "older" experienced people who comment on PUTC. Actually all of you kids should listen.

I do know that myself, Robert Ryan, Lou, Jeff S and a few others do have a lot of experience between us. Lou does have a good idea on the capabilities of HDs. Because they are a daily part of the business he's in. I do have knowledge of 4x4ing, as it's a hobby of mine.

But, when you go on one of your ridiculous and childish "Ram episodes" it detracts from what and who you may really be.

The PowerWagon is a nice pickup, but it has many limitations. Don't just "like" a vehicle because it will impress your friends.

Look at what the vehicle can achieve, and be realistic about the vehicle.

Read this cut and paste and link. It might prevent you when you obtain your licence and pickup from injury or injury to others.

"Sandy Towing

It’s a general principle that towing anything through soft sand isn’t a very good idea and that’s why we’re opposed to inexperienced people hauling camper trailers across the Simpson Desert.

However, like all generalisations there are exceptions. We’ve hauled camper trailers across the Simpson and up the Hay River Track.

We’ve done a trip down the notorious Madigan Line with people hauling trailers and they managed very well. Note that these were very experienced people, pulling light trailers.

As with any foray on soft sand you need to drop pressures in your 4WD and trailer tyres. Since your driving will be at low speed, we’d suggest dropping to 16psi straight away. The trailer tyres can be lowered even further, provided they’re not tiny little donuts.

If you get bogged and can’t drive out with low tyre pressures, uncouple the trailer and that normally lets you drive the solo 4WD to firmer ground. From this position you may be able to skull-drag the trailer to firm ground also, using a tow rope or a winch. The trailer jockey wheel is no use in this manoeuvre, but some form of a skid under the trailer drawbar will stop it digging in: an old piece of carpet tied in place works well."


http://www.outbacktravelaustralia.com.au/driving-towing-4wd-driving-skills/desert-dune-driving

Lou BC

answer:

Model, drivetrain - FX4 SC, 145" WB 4x4 , 5.0V8
Tires- stock Goodyear Wranglers -std 18"
Rear end - Ford 9" 3.73 with locker
Conditions- snow, mud, water, mostly breaking thru ice and hitting water, off roads mostly consist of deep water puddles that are covered with ice and the weight of the truck breaks thru the ice and sinks to the bottom. I also cross rivers and creeks, with the extreme cold they are frozen over and low but as the weather gets milder they could be ragging rivers, also short but extreme vertical hills and driving over downed trees blocking the road, if the down trees are too large, simply cut them off with a chainsaw.
We have mountain conditions with very deep hollows with steep river banks, almost vertical going down, crossing the river and almost vertical going up.
That's why I picked the FX4.

Also peer pressure cause everybody else does it, don't want to look like a coward in front of everybody else.
We work in the gas drilling business.

If you can understand when I watch any video of city boys off-roading I laugh at it and can't help thinking if those same city boys would go where I normally go they would turn into jello !
I don't off-road for fun, I do it as my job.
I get a very generous allowance for a off-road truck so I don't care if I destroy it cause I can well afford another one.

Al - Congrats. You basically built your Mazda into a light duty Jeep Wrangler with a bed. I cannot honestly believe you are even attempting to compare it to a Powerwagon or a Raptor. Talk about apples and oranges!! Incredibly, HEMI made a good point. Your Mazda isn't about to tow 7400lbs of anything off road. Nor is it going to haul 2000lbs in the bed. You preach like a know it all that essentially knows nothing but generalization and opinion and back it up by cut and pasting anyting that remotely appears to back up your point. I'd love to see you fit 4 adults in your Mazda then load it with 2000lbs of outdoor gear or even fit a Quad in the bed then go try some trails with it. The Powerwagon is very capable AND fullsized. You sit there and try to compare it to a midsizer. There is no comparison to be made. Two different tools for two different jobs. I'm happy your Mazda can go through some tight trails, that's great. However if I want to do actual work or take more than myself and a buddy offroad with dirt bikes or an ATV, I'll take the Powerwagon everytime. A Tradesman model off the dealership lot will do everything your modified Mazda will off road, with the exception of dimensional limitations, and have a warranty intact as well. You are starting to remind me of OXI. Just replace Mazda with Toyota.

The Power Wagon is good when traction is an issue, but you don't have other off-road limitations, such as narrow trails, steep departure/approach/breakover angles. I could see it complementing someone's outdoors lifestyle, but I don't think it's a replacement for an ATV or custom Jeep

@Tom#3 -
GoodYear Wranglers........ what kind model of tires?
How many miles of them?
Mostly off road i.e. gravel roads?

Rear end - electronic locker?

Lots of heavy slushy snow?

@Alex - I agree. Length, width and weight are limiting factors. I don't see many around because guys buy 3/4 ton/1 ton trucks to tow or haul. You need fairly solid ground to hold up the weight of a heavy truck. Full sized pickups are good to get your toys and camping gear to a base camp or get your tools and equipment into your job site.
None of the members of the 4x4 clubs in my town have full sized crew cab trucks for off-road. Mostly Jeeps and old Toyota 4x4's. A few heavily modified K10 Blazers are about the biggest rigs I've seen.
A lot of hunters have gone to Suzuki Samurai's and SideKicks or similar mini-trucks since side by side quads are just as expensive and aren't street legal.
Some guys on this site as well as most 4x4 magazines rave about the electronic disconnecting sway bars on Jeeps and the PW. The guys in my local Jeep club hate them. They don't work well in mud and debris. You disengage them and they plug up with mud.

@Big Al, If you knew what you were talking about I may believe you. I am not talking about dragging my trailer up steep dune hills or twisty dunes. My 03 Ram already gets me out into the flatter parts of the dunes. This video is just getting across the river to the dunes at high tide.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MZUw7irlmc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0urzXyBjTw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3-PJYPVCQ8

Wants the trailer is parked I can go out and have some fun in the dunes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxUklbteNWY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71g-AQHHW0s

"Man, for being a niche (no sales), off-road oriented, solid front axle, with a swaybar disconnect vehicle, the PW doesn't flex worth a damn.
Toyota should put the swaybar disconnect from the LC200 on the Tundra Pro." -- Posted by: Dav | Mar 2, 2015 7:18:02 PM

You know, you can't have it both ways. So many people here argue that a truck is supposed to be very rigid in order to properly carry or tow its load. Now you argue that it's not flexible enough. So what do you want, a rigid frame for trucking, or a flexible frame for off-roading? Choose one--you can't have both.

@Big Al, Here is your mighty MAZDA ZOOM ZOOM ZOOM!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ozaRm2IVuA

Now imagine with an empty trailer @ 7,400lbs?

@HEMI V8
Fun video of fairly lightweight Caravans(6000lb) being pulled through some dunes
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=p1FhbprgjK4

@Lou_BC and @Alex width of the track you are going through really is important Off Road

@Robert Ryan, Nice. Looks like an adventure.

@: Road Whale, Power Wagon had you covered. lol

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LaUAafenZhA

Power Wagon taking on the land rover off road track with camper.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjhHxlZLBx0

2014 Ram Power Wagon at Overland Expo.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tcjyR41B-c



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