The Ram (Dodge) Power Wagon began life as a military-spec, off-road-capable four-wheel-drive truck, However, over the ensuing decades, it has evolved into little more than a special-equipment designation. The Spymaster now hears that, for the 2017 model year, the Power Wagon will get its own distinctive grille that’s similar to the one used by the light-duty Ram Rebel. The Power Wagon will be available only as a 2500 Series (three-quarter ton) four-door Crew Cab body. The big pickup will come equipped with Bilstein-brand shocks and a two-inch lift kit that provides a maximum 14.3 inches of ground clearance. In addition, the front and rear sway bars can be disconnected (electronically) for added suspension travel over extremely rough terrain. A 6.4-liter V8 with 410 horsepower and 429 pound-feet of torque will remain as the Power Wagon’s sole engine choice.
To give the Power Wagon a tougher image and more capability, there’s a lift kit, different grille and comes as a 2500 series (three-quarter ton).