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When thinking of Ram trucks and now vans, tough, reliable, and powerful are all words that come to mind. However, like with all vehicles, Ram auto parts are susceptible to wear and tear. If you are in need of a replacement part for your Ram truck, you've come to the right place. At 1A Auto, we get you the right auto parts for your Ram, at a great discount. You'll find a large selection of new, high quality aftermarket Ram auto parts, including headlights, taillights, floor mats, mirrors, door handles, fuel injectors, thermostats and more. We don't only just sell aftermarket Ram parts online here at 1A Auto; we also carry a selection of new, genuine OEM Mopar replacement parts - the very same parts you would receive if purchased from your local dealer, but without the inflated cost - and performance parts such as high flow air filters for your Ram truck as well.
Our product development team spends over 8,000 hours a year researching the best auto parts, and they are carefully selected by our trained engineers so you can rest assured that you are getting the correct, high quality part you need for your car, at a discount price. If we wouldn't put the part in our own cars, we won't sell them to anyone else. A new aftermarket replacement Ram part from 1A Auto will save you 30-50% on average over a comparable new OEM replacement Ram part that you would get at a dealership, and our new aftermarket Ram parts are also extremely durable and reliable. Don't overpay for Ram truck parts and save yourself from a lot of potential headaches by shopping at 1A Auto.
You can shop for all of your Ram parts online and buy safely and securely right here on our website, or you can call our customer service toll free at 888-844-3393 if you have any questions about any of our parts, or to buy over the phone. With over 150 years combined experience, 1A Auto's customer service representatives are the most qualified to answer your questions about all of our new, aftermarket, genuine OEM Mopar, and performance Ram truck parts. Our representatives answer 99.9% of phone calls in less than one minute and emails are responded to within the hour because we know you depend on your vehicle and need answers quickly to get your cherished Ram back in working order again. We also know you want your part fast for the same reason; 98% of in stock Ram auto parts ship from our warehouse within one business day so that you can get back on the road in no time, and all ground shipping in the continental US is completely free. And, in the unlikely case that you are unhappy with your Ram truck part for any reason, 1A Auto also offers the only No Hassle return policy for unused items in the industry. Simply put, our competitors can't beat the 1A Advantage. Don't just take it from us - take it from over 50,000 satisfied customers!
Look no further than 1A Auto for your aftermarket, original equipment (OE) Mopar replacement, new and performance Ram auto parts and get your vehicle the new parts it needs today from Ram truck lovers just like you! If you happen to be an enthusiastic Ram owner, have a deep passion for Ram vehicles, or just want to learn more about the marque, continue reading below for a detailed look at the brand's history and some of its past and present models.
Ram is a brand of trucks established in 2009 at that time as a division of Chrysler Group LLC, in alliance with Fiat S.p.A. It is currently owned by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), formerly Fiat S.p.A, and is a division under its Chrysler Group wholly owned subsidiary. With a product lineup consisting of consumer and commericial work-oriented vehicles that range from light to heavy-duty trucks, to chassis cab vehicles and cargo vans, Ram is targeted towards the serious truck buyer.
After emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy in June of 2009, and going through a re-organization overseen by the US Government, Chrysler Group LLC, in alliance with Fiat S.p.A., announced in October of that same year that they would be unbundling the Dodge brand in order to further refine its new strategy of focusing on brands. This decision came about primarily due to Fiat’s desire to create better separation between Chrysler’s commercial vehicles and those that were more consumer-oriented. As part of this corporate restructuring, the Dodge truck division was spun off from Dodge into its own brand and became its own separate subsidiary of Chrysler Group LLC, while all Dodge cars and other vehicles—such as SUVs—continued under the Dodge Car brand. The name of Dodge’s popular line of existing pickup trucks—the “Ram”—was chosen as the name of the newly established brand, now formally known as the Ram truck division within Chrysler.
Starting in 2010, all existing light pickup and medium-duty trucks, as well as all future heavy-duty trucks and commercial cargo vans, manufactured by Chrysler were to be sold under the Ram brand while Dodge would switch over to selling an exclusively passenger car-based lineup. Even though the Dodge brand has since been split up and Ram trucks and Dodge cars are now marketed separately, the company has stated that "Ram trucks will always and forever be Dodges.” However, the company felt that it needed to restructure and reposition so that Ram and Dodge could have two different, and very distinct, brand identities. The ram head, the logo formerly used by Dodge, is now the Ram brand logo while Dodge’s logo was redesigned.
While Fiat initially only owned 20% of the new Chrysler Group LLC company, of which Ram became a division of, after the bankruptcy proceedings were complete, that was increased to over half in 2011 when it bought the shares of Chrysler that were being held by the US Treasury and Canada. This purchase once again returned control of Chrysler into the hands of a foreign owned company. Fiat continued to gradually acquire the other parties' shares and increase its ownership stake of Chrysler over the next couple of years.
In January of 2014, Fiat S.p.A. purchased the remaining 41.5% of Chrysler Group LLC from the United Auto Workers, taking complete ownership, and announced that it would be reorganizing and merging into a new holding company. In July of 2014, Fiat announced how this would all take place, and that Fiat S.p.A. (which now wholly owned the Chrysler Group) would be merged into Fiat Investments N.V., a new Netherlands-based company. Fiat Investments would then be renamed Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. and would become the new holding company of the Fiat Group, once shareholders approved which it was in August. In October, the merger was approved and Fiat S.p.A. and Chrysler Group LLC were officially merged together to form Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA). It was established as a Netherlands-based holding company with its global headquarters located in the United Kingdom, with two wholly owned automotive subsidiaries under its control: Fiat Group Automobiles, which houses Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Fiat (Fiat’s own branded cars), Fiat Professional and Lancia, and Chrysler Group, which houses Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram Trucks. The names of these two groups were subsequently changed in late 2014 to FCA Italy S.p.A. (formerly Fiat Group Automobiles S.p.A.) and FCA US LLC (formerly Chrysler Group LLC). This was implemented as the latest phase in the adoption of the FCA corporate identity, in order to highlight that all group companies worldwide are part of a single company. The Chrysler name will continue on as a vehicle brand under the FCA US LLC however. FCA also continued its direct ownership of other former Fiat S.p.A. companies, such as luxury car manufacturer Maserati and Mopar, a components manufacturer.
While the decision to separate Ram trucks from Dodge following Chrysler's alliance with Fiat was controversial at the time it was announced, with many critics proclaiming it didn’t make a whole lot of sense, both brands have been thriving since. Since the split, Ram has experienced tremendous sales growth and continued to gain market share year-over-year, while Dodge sales have increased as well. The breakup has allowed Ram to laser-focus solely on trucks and commercial vehicles, and to connect with the real truck customer.