It’s always nice to have a pickup around. It’s doubly nice when it’s powered by the baddest pickup engine in the business. Heavy tows no problem for Hemi-equipped Ram. The Chrysler Group relegated its light-pickup competitors to the back seat this year when it offered the new 5.7L Hemi Magnum OHV V-8 in its half-ton Ram pickup. The Hemi’s 345 hp and 375 lb.-ft. (508 Nm) of torque squashes General Motors Corp.’s 5.3L OHV V-8 – and even newer V-8s from Ford Motor Co. (5.4L 3-valve ...
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