We spent the day with the 2019 Ram 2500 Power Wagon at Indiana’s Badlands Off-Road Park in Attica to throw the new Power Wagon up some cliffs and down some trails to see if there’s anything out there that can successfully stand in its way. Watch the video for our review.
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Cara de pitbull
Good job 👍🏼
Except the Power Wagon can't carry a lot. Payload is horrible compared to other gas 2500 models.
I really feel accomplished when I see people commenting about the imaginary diesel option on these trucks.
Yes exactly couldn’t have said that any better the reason I really like the power wagon it’s because it’s good for off-road and work and not hating on the legendary Cummins ram but it’s just that nose is to heavy not really for off-road but good for work and that’s where the power wagon comes in good to pull trailers through country roads muddy construction sites yet being a bit lighter then the Cummins but still having a good strong V8 Engine
Jesus Christ Guy where did you get that fucking fat gut?
Take some pride in yourself🤦♂️
Basically your buying a rock climber
Very clear Speaker.
Thanks for the video. It's one of my top 3 choices in a new pickup. Matter of fact heading out right now to Indy to look at one.
I hear that weak A/Cs are a big problem on these new Rams.
Great looking truck and I think RAM got this truck right again. They need to totally black out the wheels straight out of the factory.
Diesel engine is coming numbnutt
Any power wagon acceleration videos ??? Can't find any
Best 2019 power wagon porn I've seen yet.
Cute car but they need to step their game up if they're going to compete with the new 7.3 ford gas engine but then again this truck will mostly be used as a Luxury commuter rather than a commercial truck . Think of the Avalanche 2500 with the 8.1, most owners are wealthier individuals who tow their boats , dirtbikes, ATVs , campers every now and then .
I see sign for hernia 🙄