More than 85 percent of all heavy-duty Ram buyers want the 6.7L Cummins under the hood. Here’s why.
Common-rail injection yielded the tamest yet torquiest 5.9L Cummins ever produced.
Despite its pitfalls, the 24-valve 5.9L was a workhorse of an engine that ushered Dodge trucks into the modern age.
Dodge’s gas-guzzling 8.0L V10 might’ve been the talk of the town in ‘94, but behind the scenes a legacy was being built thanks to the P-pumped Cummins.
Designed for off-highway equipment and gen-sets, the 6BT Cummins brought million-mile durability to Dodge pickup trucks.
You don’t become the torque king by following the status quo—you create a whole new animal!
With best-in-segment fuel economy and 440 lb-ft of torque, Ford’s first diesel F-150 just might be a hit.
Ford’s first in-house diesel is arguably the best engine to ever grace its trucks.
Common-rail injection, compound turbos and bigger head bolts…the 6.4L Power Stroke was hard to beat in stock form.