In the old days, Ram wasn’t its own brand but a complete model line within the Dodge family. Ram Trucks broke away in 2009, and in the 10 years since that happened we’ve had a range of Ram trucks and Ram work vans, but no Ram-specific SUV, as they were provided within the group by the Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee, yet none of them compete with the Chevrolet Suburban and Ford Expedition.
Neither Ram nor Dodge has ever offered a big four-door SUV like this, and the more we think about it, the more we don’t understand why. Rumors have occasionally surfaced about the Ramcharger returning, especially with the Blazer moniker back and a new Bronco coming soon. But thus far they remain only rumors.
Once upon a time, Ram wasn’t its own brand but a model line within the Dodge family. The break occurred in 2009, and in the 10 years since that happened we’ve had a range of trucks and work vans, but no Ram-specific SUV.