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Chrysler LLC officials found network TV executives receptive to new types of marketing for the 2009 Dodge Ram, Chrysler's head of marketing said Thursday. The Auburn Hills automaker is rolling out a new marketing campaign to promote its redesigned pickup this fall, including partnerships with NBC and Fox.

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Thats they way to get the product out there these days for sure.
I've seen a few new Rams on the road, nice looking truck

I like it better than the big box they call the GMT900 Silverado

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I like what the new Ram has. But like all manufacturers, all the really cool stuff is for Crew Cab only.
Like the awesome idea of using the hardly-ever-used bed space in the fenders as lockable trunks. :O



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I like what the new Ram has. But like all manufacturers, all the really cool stuff is for Crew Cab only.
Like the awesome idea of using the hardly-ever-used bed space in the fenders as lockable trunks. :O
I believe that was first introducted on the Chevy Avalanche


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Oh snap.

Even though the ram has more space.



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Blah Blah Blah Ram Tough HAHAHA They should Be ram Pretty I see more Woman driving Rams them Men....Is the Target Buyer Woman?

"Its Got a Hemi...And a Cool Outlet for My HairDryer" When Did trucks Stop Looking Like trucks? GM still is Doing a Helluva Job Building Them With a Purpose,Built to Be used Not to Me pretty.

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Blah Blah Blah Ram Tough HAHAHA They should Be ram Pretty I see more Woman driving Rams them Men....Is the Target Buyer Woman?

"Its Got a Hemi...And a Cool Outlet for My HairDryer" When Did trucks Stop Looking Like trucks? GM still is Doing a Helluva Job Building Them With a Purpose,Built to Be used Not to Me pretty.
Maybe it's just me, but the 2003-2007 Silverado was a good looking truck. GM/Ford/Dodge have done a great job evolving the full size truck as demand kept increasing. They are more car like these days because that is what the majority of the buyers used them for. There are still 2500+ series trucks available for those that use trucks like trucks

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Eh im Just Bias Ive Never Owned anything But Chevy trucks....When I think chevy or GMC i just Think Power and Muscle....Like a 1ton Dually or the Kodiak Pickup I mean "In my best tim taylor Growl" I love them.

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I didn't like the last model of ANGRY EYES silverados.
They looked too generic.



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Hmmmmmm Whats wrong With a Angry Look?...You like the FOOFOO Looks?

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