Dodge Ram 50

The Dodge Ram 50 (also D50 in 1979 and 1980) was a small pickup truck, Mitsubishi produced for Chrysler, and was sold from 1979 to 1993 under the brand name Dodge. Plymouth offered the car as a Plymouth Arrow Truck in 1979-1982. Mitsubishi itself marketed from 1982 this car as Mighty Max in the U.S., but since the Plymouth was no longer available.

All-wheel drive, there were from 1982; from there was the car Power Ram 50, which fit right in with the nomenclature of Dodge 's lineup (Power Ram welcomed the four-wheel models). Between 1983 and 1986, also a turbo diesel was offered in the United States.

In 1987, the Ram 50 was revised, but in the same year led Chrysler to a successor Dodge Dakota. Nonetheless, the Ram was sold 50 more for seven years, probably because of the Ram 50 pickup was a small and a medium-sized Dakota. The difference in size and price was a niche for the Ram 50 and his attitude in 1993 was more of the desire of independence from Mitsubishi out to be because of the outdated product concept.


Alternative Fuels: The Ram 50 compatible alternative fuels, such as E85; However, some modifications have to be made for models prior to 1984.