How does a 2019 Ram Rebel hold up after nearly 21,000 miles and one year of torturous work and off-road adventures?
Here is our long-term one year update on everything that was good, bad, and broken.
We purchased a 2019 Ram Rebel crew cab 4×4 with the V8 eTorque mild hybrid system at the end of 2018. We had several reasons for this long-term truck test purchase.
The Ram 1500 was all-new, as was the eTorque mild hybrid system. The goal was to test the efficiency and reliability of the latest power train.
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We had a lot of good times with the truck, including many Ike Gauntlet towing tests and comparisons. This off-road truck showed that it can also tow a heavy trailer with the best of them.
We took the truck on many off-road trips in Moab, Utah and the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Once again, the truck was a comfortable road-trip machine and a capable off-roader.
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We also turned it into a fun Rebel Rouser project using Mopar performance parts, Falcon suspension, Toyo tires, LINEX, Truck Gear, and much more.
The main bad aspect of owning the truck was its real-world fuel economy and a small fuel tank. We never saw 22 MPG on the highway or 19 MPG combined as the EPA economy estimates suggest for a Ram 1500 4×4.
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