The company is currently taking fleet orders and plans to deliver the first vehicles in July 2012, with price starting at $47,500. Ram executives expect customers for the new Ram to include telecommunications companies, public utilities, natural gas production firms and government agencies. Moreover, expanded NGV offerings and wider adoption of CNG as a primary fuel are expected to serve as a catalyst for greater investment in fueling infrastructure.
A 5-year/100,000-mile powertrain limited warranty covers the HEMI V-8 and transmission, and adds internal engine components specific to CNG: the upgraded valves, the valve seats, fuel injectors and rail and the specially designed spark plugs, all part of the factory installed manufacturing and production processes. Covering virtually every other aspect of the pickup is a 3-year/36,000-mile bumper-to-bumper limited warranty. Specific to the CNG engineering, this covers all non-engine components, including the tanks, storage compartment and fuel filler equipment.
Source: Chrysler Group LLC