Used Ram Trucks for Sale

Ram trucks are built to be tough and durable, which means they can last for a good long while, even if they're tackling serious jobs day in and day out. You can find used Ram trucks for sale here at Orange Coast CJDRF, and you can rest assured that all of them have undergone a thorough inspection and come with our clean title guarantee. We can show you a free CARFAX report for any model you're interested in so you can get familiar with its history before you buy. Our commitment to your peace of mind means you can shop stress-free, knowing there are no bad options on our lot.

While we have all kinds of makes and models in our used inventory, we take particular pride in the brands that we specialize in. Whether you're looking for a light-duty truck for running errands around town or a heavy-duty option capable of tackling the toughest tasks, there's a used Ram truck that fits the bill. Let's dive in and explore all that Ram has to offer.

A popular used Ram truck for sale, a white 2021 Ram 1500, is shown parked in a field.

We Carry a Great Selection of Used Ram Trucks

Many auto brands have diverse lineups that run the gamut from sedans to trucks to SUVs. Ram, on the other hand, is highly specialized. It makes vans and trucks, all of which are exceptionally capable and often used by working professionals. When it comes to trucks, the Ram 1500, Ram 2500, and Ram 3500 are all full-size pickups that are strong and versatile enough to handle a wide variety of jobs.

While Ram's lineup may seem small, don't be fooled. There are more options here than meets the eye. Each truck can be had with a choice of different cab styles and bed sizes, and each has several trims that range from the basic-yet-capable Tradesman and go all the way up to the downright luxurious Longhorn and Limited. Beyond that, with used models, you also get your choice of model year. While Ram works hard each year to make its new trucks better than what came before, some drivers opt for older models, either to save a few bucks or because they prefer a simpler tech setup, the classic look of older trucks, or a manual transmission.

Ram 1500

The Ram 1500 is a competitive player in the field of half-ton pickups and offers impressive stats in terms of horsepower, torque, towing, and hauling. It can be had with several powertrains, including both V6 and V8 options. To optimize fuel efficiency, 2014 and newer Rams can be had with an EcoDiesel engine, and 2019 and newer trucks are available with the eTorque mild-hybrid system.

The 2019 model year saw more than just the addition of a hybrid powertrain. The 2019 Ram got a complete redesign that made it bigger, sleeker, lighter, and capable of towing and hauling more weight. On top of rugged capability, this refresh also brought plenty of interior comfort to the table. The updated layout provided more legroom for the backseat, less ambient noise in the cabin, and more interior storage space.

These changes make 2019 and newer models worth keeping an eye out for but don't count out 2018 and older trucks. They still have plenty of advantages over competitors in the segment. The Ram 1500 has utilized a coil-spring rear suspension (rather than the older leaf-spring suspension that many pickups still use) since the 2009 model year when it was still the Dodge Ram. An intuitive and highly responsive touchscreen infotainment setup has been available on the Ram 1500 since the 2013 model year.

All Ram 1500 options are well-equipped for working hard, but some are just as adept at playing hard. If you're looking for an off-road-ready model that's perfect for cutting loose on the open desert, the Ram 1500 Rebel is worth considering. Or, if you want to be able to tackle even the toughest off-road conditions with maximum power, you can opt for the massive and astoundingly-capable Ram 1500 TRX. This super truck debuted for the 2021 model year with a 702-hp Hellcat engine under the hood.

A white 2021 Ram 2500 is shown from the side parked in a field.

Ram 2500

A Ram 1500 is capable enough for most drivers, but if you need more towing capacity, you'll want to go with a heavy-duty truck like the Ram 2500. While its raw power is what distinguishes it from the Ram 1500, the Ram 2500's refined ride and upscale interior set it apart from rivals in the segment. Stats change from year to year, and while the competitive edge in terms of horsepower and torque is constantly in flux, Ram has consistently offered a more comfortable driving experience for years.

Go as far back as the 2014 model year, and you'll find a used Ram 2500 that offers a smooth ride with either coil-spring rear suspension or optional air suspension. You'll also get a highly polished interior, even if you opt for a lower trim level. Engine options include the gas-powered HEMI V8 and the Cummins turbo-diesel inline-six. If you're looking for a stick shift, you'll want to stick with 2018 models or older. But, like the Ram 1500, the Ram 2500 got a significant refresh for the 2019 model year, so newer models offer a stronger and stiffer frame, a more luxurious interior, and more capability.

Off-roaders should keep an eye out for models equipped with Ram's off-road package, which includes upgraded shocks, skid plates, and a limited-slip rear differential. For even more rugged hardware, there's the Ram 2500 Power Wagon. This lifted truck has the raw power, enhanced traction, and specialized hardware to handle everything from slogging through mud to crawling over boulders.

A maroon 2021 Ram 3500 is shown from the front.

Ram 3500

If even the Ram 2500 can't satisfy your towing needs, look no further than the Ram 3500. The 2013 model was the first to offer 30,000 lbs of towing capacity, thanks to the powerful Cummins turbo-diesel engine, and that number has only kept growing in subsequent years. The 2019 Ram 3500 became the first truck in its segment to hit the high watermark of 1,000 lb-ft of torque, bringing its maximum tow rating up to 35,100 lbs.

Since its main job is to maximize capability, the Ram 3500 continued to utilize leaf-spring suspension after the Ram 2500 switched to coil springs. However, it did gain an optional load-leveling rear air suspension that provides a smooth ride and adjustable modes. While the Ram 3500 is tough first and foremost, it has the same luxurious interior amenities as other Ram models. Newer versions are loaded with high-tech features like an advanced infotainment setup, driver-assistance features, and a variety of cameras and sensors that are specifically designed to make towing as simple and safe as possible.

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