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Mopar® Offers 35 Unique Accessories For All-New Ram Rampage

Since its debut in the Brazilian marketplace, the compact Ram Rampage pickup has captured the attention of automotive enthusiasts, generating significant buzz and overwhelming demand. With pre-orders surpassing expectations, Ram quickly added 1,100 units to the initial 500 units available. Notably, Mopar, the renowned accessories and parts division of Ram, has exciting plans to enhance the … (read full article...)

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This is agonizing for Ram fans. First there is the inexcusable lack of a compact or midsize pickup in a market segment they need to be competitive. Second, this Rampage checks too many boxes to be ignored. Lastly, it took the Brazilians to create the very attractive and capable solution to Rams embarrassing situation. Frankly our South American colleagues have shown amazing craftsmanship that leaves Ram fans scratching their heads and wondering why the hesitation, why the indecision, just get this into production with the minor tweaks necessary for the North American market. Not doing so will be more than a blow to Ram’s reputation, it will be a blow to corporate wide competency. Now we have 35 unique accessories to add salt to the wound. How much more agony do Ram fans need to endure? I suspect the answer lies in the green agenda, this Rampage seems to lack an electric option, an unforgivable sin in a company who has drank the electrification Cool Aide and has wasted billions on a collapsing hoax that will cause the most agony for corporate management and stock holders as Brazilians smile ear to ear driving in their Rampages. Just too much agony to endure.
 
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This is agonizing for Ram fans. First there is the inexcusable lack of a compact or midsize pickup in a market segment they need to be competitive. Second, this Rampage checks too many boxes to be ignored. Lastly, it took the Brazilians to create the very attractive and capable solution to Rams embarrassing situation. Frankly our South American colleagues have shown amazing craftsmanship that leaves Ram fans scratching their heads and wondering why the hesitation, why the indecision, just get this into production with the minor tweaks necessary for the North American market. Not doing so will be more than a blow to Ram’s reputation, it will be a blow to corporate wide competency. Now we have 35 unique accessories to add salt to the wound. How much more agony do Ram fans need to endure? I suspect the answer lies in the green agenda, this Rampage seems to lack an electric option, an unforgivable sin in a company who has drank the electrification Cool Aide and has wasted billions on a collapsing hoax that will cause the most agony for corporate management and stock holders as Brazilians smile ear to ear driving in their Rampages. Just too much agony to endure.
By the time they bring it to North American market, the compact truck market will have waned. You are right Burke, it’s like watching a comedy of errors. Only problem is there is really nothing funny about it.
 

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Group think, indecision, conformity, these fatal flaws are obvious all across the global leadership hierarchy and the hoax that electrification is a viable near term solution to the questionable global warming myth is its dogma. Good, desirable product is being cast aside, dismissed and canceled in the hysteria of this nonsense. Common folk are realizing what’s going on and are speaking up.
The Rampage could be another victim if the leadership of Jeep and too many organizations likewise fails to address the reality of this agenda. The Wagoneer S will communicate much about the future of Stellantis. If it has a gas engine option we can express hope in the future. If it’s all electric, it’s time to head to the hills for Jeep loyalists, it’s chicken little time. The crazies will have prevailed in spite of reality. Sad.
 

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