The Ram Power Wagon is the truck brand’s most off-road capable truck, thanks in-part to the standard electric-locking front and rear differentials, electronic disconnecting sway bar, Bilstein shocks, 33-inch off-road tires and 4.10 axle ratio. So when you’re given one to review, there’s only one think that you can do to really put it through its paces: take it off-road.
TFLTruck recently got a hold of a new Power Wagon and decided to take it to Gold Mine Hill in Colorado to see how it handles the snow-covered trails up in the Colorado rockies. The publication has taken multiple off-road capable vehicles on the trail, and the Power Wagon handled it better than the Toyota Land Cruiser, Ford Raptor and Nissan Titan XD.
The only downside to the PowerWagon, TFLTruck says, is its $57,480 asking price. In their words, “this aint your typical work truck,” with its huge retail value, but it’s definitely cooler than any work truck and is probably more capable off-road, too.
Watch the Power Wagon traverse some snow-covered trails in the video above.