2013 Ram 2500

$44,900
68,378 Miles
5,908 mi. below average

Vehicle Details

Mileage: 68378
Interior: Black
Engine Size: 6.7L
Fuel: DIESEL
Class: Class 2
Class Gvw: GVW 6001 - 10000
Category: Pickup Truck
Cab Type: CREW CAB
Axles: 4x4
Transmission: 6-Speed Automatic
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BASIC SPECS

Model Year:
2013
Make:
RAM
Model:
2500
Trim Level:
Laramie Crew Cab SWB...
Manufactured in:
MEXICO
Production Seq. Number:
614995
Body Style:
CREW CAB PICKUP 4-DR
Engine Type:
6.7L L6 OHV 24V TURB...
Transmission-short:
6A
Transmission-long:
6-Speed Automatic
Driveline:
4WD
Tank:
31.00 gallon
Anti-Brake System:
4-Wheel ABS
Steering Type:
Recirc
Front Brake Type:
Disc
Rear Brake Type:
Disc
Turning Diameter:
43.90 in.
Front Suspension:
Live
Rear Suspension:
Live
Front Spring Type:
Coil
Rear Spring Type:
Leaf
Tires:
265/70R17
Front Headroom:
41.00 in.
Rear Headroom:
39.90 in.
Front Legroom:
41.00 in.
Rear Legroom:
42.90 in.
Front Shoulder Room:
66.00 in.
Rear Shoulder Room:
65.70 in.
Front Hip Room:
63.20 in.
Rear Hip Room:
63.20 in.
Interior Trim:
Black | Black | Ligh...
Exterior Color:
Black Clearcoat | Bl...
Curb Weight-automatic:
6399 lbs
Overall Length:
237.40 in.
Overall Width:
79.50 in.
Overall Height:
78.40 in.
Wheelbase:
149.00 in.
Ground Clearance:
8.10 in.
Track Front:
68.30 in.
Track Rear:
68.20 in.
Cargo Length:
76.30 in.
Width at Wheelwell:
51.00 in.
Width at Wall:
66.40 in.
Depth:
20.20 in.
Standard Seating:
6
Optional Seating:
5
Passenger Volume:
120.90 cu.ft.
Cargo Volume:
41.00 cu.ft.
Standard Towing:
11430 lbs
Maximum Towing:
17410 lbs
Standard Payload:
2400 lbs
Maximum Payload:
2580 lbs
Standard GVWR:
8800 lbs
Maximum GVWR:
8800 lbs
Basic-duration:
36 month
Basic-distance:
36,000 mile
Powertrain-duration:
60 month
Powertrain-distance:
100,000 mile
Rust-duration:
60 month
Rust-distance:
100,000 mile
MSRP:
$46,135 USD
Dealer Invoice:
$42,469 USD
Destination Charge:
$995 USD
Limited Slip Differential:
Opt.
Locking Differential:
Opt.
Remote Ignition:
Opt.
Adjustable Foot Pedals:
Opt.
AM/FM Radio:
Opt.
Navigation Aid:
Opt.
Front Cooled Seat:
Opt.
Front Heated Seat:
Opt.
Second Row Heated Seat:
Opt.
Cargo Area Cover:
Opt.
Pickup Truck Bed Liner:
Opt.
Power Sunroof:
Opt.
Manual Sunroof:
Opt.
Running Boards:
Opt.
Skid Plate:
Opt.
Heated Exterior Mirror:
Opt.
Power Adjustable Exterior Mirror:
Opt.
Rain Sensing Wipers:
Opt.
Rear Window Defogger:
Opt.

Recalls & Defects

VIN 3C6UR5FL9DG614995 may have been recalled. Check full report for more information

The excessive heat under the engine cover may result in an under hood fire.

Chrysler Group LLC (Chrysler) is recalling certain model year 2013 Dodge Ram 2500 and 3500 trucks manufactured January 7, 2013, through March 6, 2013. The engine cover may trap an excessive amount of heat under the cover.



Vehicle Rating & Owner Reviews

Overall Rating
3.7
based on 4 Reviews

Good for a while

4
Ryan Tafoya on 03/24/2016

Comfort Rating: 4 Performance Rating: 3 Interior Rating: 4 Reliability Rating: 2 Safety Rating: 4 Technology Rating: 3 Value Rating: 3

I have been driving a 2013 2500 Ram with the Cummins engine. The truck now has 78,000 miles and other than high maintenance costs (oil change and fuel filters replacement $400) and only ok mileage (combined 18) it had been a good truck. I was recently involved in an accident that damaged the front passenger door and front fender but still drivable. It's been in and out of the dealership four times for engine repairs. The engine quit and initial sensor was for the throttle valve. First they replaced the throttle valve and did an EGR service, after the DEF light kept coming on, they finally decided that the DEF pump and airbox had gone out. With these repairs, we are now sitting at $2500. Somehow, I suspect it will not end here. The problem is the emissions technology has not been perfected and the factory does not want to admit it. The pre DEF engines ran relatively trouble free for well over 100,000 miles. Unless you plan on hauling a lot of weight, stick with the gas engines for now.Update; at about 80,000 miles the fan ate the shroud and the water pump went out at the same time. This also destroyed the radiator, repair bill $3000. The water pump went out the first time at 40,000 (under warranty). A week later the fan ate the shroud again, the dealership covered the repairs this time but the truck was down for almost a month between both repairs. Now at 85,000 miles and things are going ok.