2013 Ram 1500 – Air Suspension System Demo

For the new 2013 Ram 1500, we added a slew of new features and refinements to an already solid truck base. While great for our drivers, this can sometimes create a (welcome) problem for us: what individual feature and refinement do we talk about first, and most? Inevitably, some well-deserving innovation does not get the immediate and laser-focused attention it deserves.

In past posts, we attributed the EPA-estimated 25 mpg to the refined technology available with the new 2013 Ram 1500, pointing out how things like sleeker aerodynamics play an important role in the truck’s overall efficiency. Today, we delve deeper into that idea with a video demonstration of the all-new Air Suspension System, which, it should be noted, provides several noteworthy benefits beyond contributing to the new 2013 Ram 1500’s impressive fuel efficiency.

You can learn more about the new 2013 Ram 1500 by visiting RamTrucks.com.

  • Bryce

    Finally, a Dodge truck with factory air suspension. I hope this suspension makes it to the 2500 and 3500.

  • Griz

    Its been tried before and failed

  • Tommy

    Hey Griz , spoken like a true loser . Sure glad not many people share your gloomy outlook on things , what a sad world you live in.

    • Sour Dodge Owner

      You might feel different if you had just spend $65,000. plus and you truck system fails and is now safe to drive because nobody at Dodge will own up to the failure and the dealerships don’t want to waste their time investigating a drowning horse. It’s not like this is my first truck this is #5 but this one for sure a LEMON….and I don’t like lemonade!!!!!!!

  • dobs

    Way to go Griz !

  • frank robles

    can u buy the air ride system after u bought the truck

  • Ed

    Hey Griz, I’m with you on this one. I have this suspension on my truck and here in the northern Canada where live, it doesn’t work worth a darn in the cold winter temperatures. I wished I had known about the previous failure of this type of suspension, I definitely would NOT have had this option.

  • Sour Dodge Owner

    People-this system fails terribly once the temperatures drop below 0. Both United States and Canada have been reporting these failure and Dodge currently has no fix and no idea why it fails. The front end continually drops with numerous error messages. Once this happens you also receive error that ABS and Trailer Brake systems require immediate repair. In addition the system overheats – this presents a fire hazard in your nice new and expensive dodge. Way to go!!

    • Lemon Man

      Ram Owners need to get together. In the United States there is a lemon law, what is the matter with Canada. DODGE air system is a failure-if yours has not failed , have faith it will and when you least expect it.
      Trailer brakes/ABD brakes/abnormal wear on steering components and braking/abnormal tire wear all due to system failure and nobody cares. Least of all the Dodge Dealerships or Chrysler Canada. Way to go auto industry in Canada and Alberta.

  • Shasha

    Aerodynamics can be beneficial in safety as well. It is mainly uses for fuel saving. Some also improve the handling and stability of the truck. Truck assist in Ontario they get me these advice and as your article says the overall efficiency also increases http://www.truckersassist.com/.

  • Lemon Man

    Great White North-Alberta. For any of you folks out there thinking of this overflated advertising showing this awesome air ride system. FORGET IT!!!! MY Dodge Ram – Longhorn 2013 has been in and out of dealerships since October 8th 2013. Dealerships-don’t give a dam-they got your money and ran to the bank. Chrysler denies the issue. There are no fixes-parts are not available as they have not come off assembly line. Production has been halted on this until they get it figured out how to fix what’s out in circulaton now. Warranty claims are not given a top priority in any dealership. If you know a mechanic ask him why…you might be very surprised about the answer. If you want to get help contact CBC go public and if enough Dodge Ram owners get on the band wagon and blow this wide open something might get resolved. They don’t do buy backs without huge legal fights-dealerships are not willing to help out either – Do you think they want that lemon on their lot. But if you like lemonade and are willing to fork out the money they want 65,000 and up good luck.
    Hear is another fine feather in the Dodge hat. So much for truck of the year.

  • Woody

    I just had the air ride suspension fail today on my 2013 Longhorn Larmine with 9800 kms on it was on my way to Ottawa with my family and had to turn around and come home as I contacted my dodge service and they had no idea what was the problem with my truck!? I have always been a Chevy man and I tried something different this time now I’m regretting it very much!! Alot of $$$$ spent for this truck!

  • mik

    Is it possible to install the factory air suspension on my 2013 dodge ram 1500 ?