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Dodge Extends Into the Class 3 Commercial Vehicle Segment With All-New 2007 Dodge Ram 3500 Chassis Cab

March 7, 2006

ATLANTA – Dodge has entered the Class 3 chassis cab segment with the introduction of the all-new 2007 Dodge Ram 3500 Chassis Cab, which is the first Ram product exclusively designed for the chassis cab market. Offering an upfit-friendly design that does not require expensive re-engineering for body installations, the Dodge Ram 3500 Chassis Cab will be “Job-Rated,” meaning it is designed, engineered, tested, and built to meet the rigid set of commercial truck buyer standards.The vehicle will feature an industry-standard 34-inch frame rail spacing; flat, “clean” frame rails; and a proprietary design that places all chassis components below the top of the frame surface. Offered in single-rear-wheel and dual-rear-wheel models, two cab-axle lengths (60 and 84 inches) are available.
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