2690 Crater Lake Hwy Medford, OR 97504 541-973-2070
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  • 4WD Quad Cab 140.5" SLT
  • Silver
  • Cloth
  • Straight 6 Cylinder Engine
  • Automatic
  • 4WD
  • 295,071
  • 6256
  • 1D7KS28C37J569593

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K&B Auto Complex


2690 Crater Lake Hwy

Medford, OR 97504


No Accidents Reported
CARFAX 1-Owner
76 Service History Records
Personal Vehicle

Pickup trucks are America’s ultimate raw material. Generic in concept, the lowly pickup truck can be configured in dozens, even hundreds of ways to suit any need and price point. The Dodge Ram Heavy Duty lineup is a perfect example.

The heavy-duty Rams have been with us for a few years now. Last redesigned for 2003, they aren’t nearly as new as the latest from Ford and General Motors but benefit from some recent freshening.

New for 2007: The Ram Heavy Duty benefits from a new diesel engine and automatic transmission plus some minor refinements.

The Ram Mega Cab was launched as a 2006 model. Mega Cab is built on the Heavy Duty chassis and comes fitted with the Hemi engine. The extra-large Mega cab was created by re-proportioning the relationship between cab and bed on a long wheelbase truck, adding 20 inches to the cab and shortening the bed to 6 feet, three inches.

The result is acres of cab space, with six seats and plenty of head, shoulder, leg and hip room. The back seats are roomy and comfortable with reclining seatbacks, separate rear heating and air conditioning outlets, reading lights and a center armrest with cup holders, and available DVD entertainment. And there’s space behind the back seats for cargo. Folding down the back seats reveals a huge cargo area (72.2 cubic feet) with a flat load floor. The rear doors open big and wide, making it easy to load stuff inside. Covered bins are provided back there for storing gear and smaller items, and hooks are provided for hanging things.

The Mega Cab Ram rides and drives like a heavy duty pickup, regardless of 1500, 2500, or 3500 rating. It doesn’t make sense to buy one unless you’re towing and hauling heavy loads.

We found the new Cummins turbo diesel quiet, powerful and responsive. It provides engine braking down long highway grades, thereby leaving the brakes cool, fade-free, and ready for stopping. The diesel’s power and fuel economy make it an excellent choice for owners who tow heavy trailers long distances.

The Ram HD is equally at home serving solo contractors, landscape crews or families with heavy toys, and everyone in between. Despite a reputation for being the most truck-like, the heavy-duty Rams are civilized and make trucking enjoyable.

Model Lineup

The 2007 Dodge Ram HD comes in three trim levels, ST, SLT and Laramie, and three cabs (regular, Quad, Mega) with a range of engine choices, payloads and towing capacities. A TRX4 (mild off-road) and Power Wagon (more severe off-road) model are offered only on 2500-series trucks.

The Mega Cab 1500 is the light-duty configuration, but still has the heavy parts underneath and can haul payloads of up to 2,430 pounds and trailers of up to 8,750 pounds when equipped with 4.10:1 axle gears. The Mega Cab 1500 comes with the 5.7-liter Hemi V8 and a five-speed automatic transmission, and prices range from SLT 4×2 ($31,270) to the Laramie 4×4 ($40,725).

The 2500 ($25,905-$42,925) comes standard with the Hemi V8 with six-speed manual or available five-speed automatic, optional with the Cummins 6.7-liter Turbo Diesel ($7,095) and a six speed manual or six-speed automatic ($1,575). The Power Wagon is $37,035-$39,990 depending on cab, and 4WD adds about $3,000 to any standard 2500-series.

The 3500 ($30,515-$49,090) may appear pricey because the Cummins diesel is often standard equipment, especially on dual rear wheel models. Engine and transmissions are similar to 2500 models, though the Hemi doesn’t rev as much and is detuned to 330 hp.

For adding your own box or work platform, Chassis Cab models are offered in regular and Quad cab versions of 2500 and 3500-series trucks, starting at $21,635.

ST models are workhorses, with standard vinyl floor and upholstery, although they do include chrome bumpers and grille outline, air conditioning, ABS, CD player, intermittent wipers, sliding sun visors, a full-size spare, and tinted glass. Options are limited to powertrain and chassis equipment, side curtain airbags, and a few cosmetic upgrades.

SLT, the standard trim on Mega Cabs, includes Essentials stain-repellent cloth upholstery, an overhead console with mini trip computer and compass, speed control, power windows and door locks, keyless entry, and power mirrors. Options for SLT include a power-sliding rear window, a bed liner, powered trailer tow mirrors, sun roof ($850), power adjustable pedals ($120), AM/FM/6CD/MP3 with Infinity speakers ($950), cassette ($100), navigation radio ($2,545), Sirius satellite radio ($195), DVD rear-seat entertainment system ($1,200), UConnect Bluetooth hands-free wireless communication system ($325), bucket seats ($490), and 17-inch forged aluminum wheels ($345). A part-time electric shift transfer case is available on 4WD models.

Laramie models add leather upholstery, dual-zone climate control, steering-wheel-mounted audio controls, heated front seats, security alarm, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and Sentry Key engine immobilizer. Options on the Laramie package include an entertainment system, sun roof, bucket seats, Bluetooth, and the navigation radio.

Safety features include dual front multi-stage airbags, three-point belts in all seating positions with constant-force retractors, LATCH child-seat anchors, child-protection rear door locks, and four-wheel anti-lock brakes. Side-curtain airbags for front and rear seats are optional ($490).


The Dodge Ram 3500 Mega Cab offers a striking presence, taking the Big Rig look to another level. From the front, a more refined crosshair grille with strong, full-chrome collar remains instantly recognizable as a strong Dodge Ram signature. With the front-end restyled last year and a dual-rear wheel option added after introduction, the tail now gets attention with new taillight styling similar to the Dodge Durango and Dakota, and Jeep Liberty.

From the side, the Mega Cab makes an even more dramatic impression. Very wide rear doors are unique to the immense Mega Cab, with a very large proportion of window glass to door. The dark glass rear doors and wide pillar suggest a limousine, and interior volume reinforces the impression. Behind this huge cab, the bed looks small, but it remains significantly large: 6 feet, 3 inches in length and 51 inches wide between the wheel wells. There is no long-bed Mega Cab so use a sliding hitch for your fifth-wheel.

The Ram dually has fender flares that look tacked on, like they came from the aftermarket, when compared with the more integrated designs from Chevy, GMC, and Ford.

Interior Features

All Dodge Ram pickups offer wide, roomy cabs with lots of storage. The Mega Cab's interior space is nearly identical to that of a Quad Cab with the exception of rear legroom. The Mega Cab adds some 22 inches of cab length to the already-wide interior, taking second-row spaciousness beyond any previous production pickup. The Mega Cab's rear seats offer 44.2 inches of legroom, compared with 36.7 for a Quad Cab. And there is room for the rear seats to recline, tilting up to 37-degrees for added comfort. The rear seats also have their own separate rear air conditioning and heat outlets, reading lights and a center armrest with cup holders.

DVD entertainment for rear seat passengers is available, with wireless headsets and integrated game ports. Behind the passengers is a power sliding rear window for flow-through ventilation. Because of the added length of the second-row seating area, the air bag system had to be redesigned with larger side curtain air bags. Each side air bag has its own impact sensor in order to trigger the air bag on the side where impact occurs.

From the driver's seat, the view is of a wide center stack with large knobs and buttons, precisely finished with consistent angles and cut lines throughout. The instrument panel cluster is located under a prominent dash brow to reduce glare and improve visibility of six white-faced gauges, the latter numbered on diesel-engine models. A substantial four-spoke steering wheel houses cruise control buttons and available stereo controls. Rectangular, slat-type air vents close flush.

There is a marked distinction between trim levels. In ST trim, the dash is textured plastic with synthetic-look inserts on the SLT. The Laramie package makes extensive use of wood trim inside, with less plastic, for a more distinctive appearance.

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Vehicle Options

  • "Next Generation" front airbags
  • 10.5" rear axle ring gear diameter
  • 12V pwr outlet
  • 136-amp alternator
  • 3.73 axle ratio
  • 4-spoke steering wheel
  • 5200# front axle
  • 6.3' pickup box w/removable tailgate
  • 600-amp maintenance free battery
  • 8800# GVWR
  • Body-color upper front fascia
  • Bright front bumper
  • Bright grille
  • Bright rear bumper
  • Cargo lamp
  • Carpeted floor covering
  • Cigar lighter
  • Color-keyed instrument panel bezel
  • Day/night rearview mirror
  • Dual note horn
  • Electronic shift-on-the-fly transfer case
  • Electronically controlled throttle
  • Fixed long mast antenna
  • Floor tunnel insulation
  • Four wheel drive
  • Front air dam
  • Front Air Dam
  • Front height adjustable shoulder belts
  • Front stabilizer bar
  • Halogen headlamps
  • HD engine cooling
  • HD front/rear shock absorbers
  • Instrument cluster-inc: 120 MPH primary speedometer- tachometer
  • Mini floor console
  • Passenger assist handle
  • Pwr accessory delay
  • Pwr steering
  • Pwr windows w/driver one-touch down
  • Rear underseat compartment storage
  • Sentry Key theft deterrent system
  • Speed control
  • Stain & odor resistant- anti-static seat fabric
  • Tilt steering column
  • Tinted glass
  • Trailer tow wiring-inc: 4-pin connector
  • Variable speed intermittent windshield wipers
  • Condition Report

    Mechanical Condition
    Body: Good
    Electrical: Good
    Brakes: Good
    Tires: Good
    Engine: Good
    Suspension: Good
    Paint: Good
    Transmission: Good
    Interior: Good
    Exhaust: Good
    Cosmetic Condition
    Cleanliness: Clean
    Odor: No Odor
    Paint Chips:
    Windshield Chips:
    Vehicle Condition
    Title Status: Clean
    Vehicle Rating: Clean
    Vehicle History: No Accidents


    Type: Basic
    Term: 30 Days
    Miles: 1,000
    Warranty Description: Long term comprehensive warranty available upon request. Ask dealer for details.

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