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.
Cementing a meteoric rise in performance over the last two years, RAM’s first-place finish was fuelled by positive feedback from owners of the 2500 and 3500 trucks – named top large heavy-duty pickup in this year’s IQS – and owners of new RAM 1500 trucks, which ranked second among large light-duty pickups. RAM tied for third place in the 2020 IQS, and was 21st the prior year.
The all-new RAM 2500 Heavy Duty truck is to be released in Australia shortly.
“This is not a data point; this is a trend,” said Mark Champine, Head of North America Customer Experience at Stellantis, the holding group for RAM Trucks. “Anyone who knows the robustness of our product-improvement processes, as well as the engagement level of our workforce, is not surprised by these latest results.”