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RAM Trucks has placed first in the influential J.D. Power IQS new vehicle quality survey in the USA, marking the first time a full-size pick-up truck brand has claimed the top spot.

Filling my ears is the deep burble of what can only be a V8 engine, the rear vision mirror lets me glimpse a large practical tray, and ahead of me is a straight, empty drag strip. It’s all oddly familiar, with images of Australia’s home-grown Holden and Ford V8 utes at the front of my mind. The mental picture is nothing but a cultural ghost of Australia’s lost manufacturing, with those car-based utilities now dead and long buried.

From now until the EOFY, the claimable threshold for a new vehicle is up to $150,000 for those eligible.

Clearly, we live in strange times, with the Australia Government handing out money in an almost willy-nilly fashion to keep our economy alive, but when you hear that its now possible to buy yourself a vehicle worth up to $150,000 and instantly write off that amount from your tax, it's hard to know what to do first - check the calendar and make sure it's not April 1, or call your local Porsche dealer.

Following a stellar 2019, where RAM Trucks Australia recorded 2,868 sales – up 296.7% on the previous year – the journey continues in 2020 with the introduction of the all-new 1500 Express Crew V8 Hemi.

Sitting one step above the entry-level 1500 Express Quad, the Express Crew features more space, higher specification, and an even sportier appearance – it is, as we like to say, the duck's guts.

The 5000th RAM truck has rolled off the production line in Melbourne, marking a significant milestone in the journey of RAM Trucks Australia.

The Granite Crystal grey 1500 V8 Hemi Laramie adds to an ever-growing carpark of RAM trucks in Australia, helping to cement their position as vehicles with superior capacities and capabilities to any other mid-size ute on the market today. Or, as we like to say, vehicles that “Eat utes for breakfast”.

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