Your business is personal to you, so it makes sense that your fleet needs to keep up with its demands. No matter what you need in your commercial fleet, Paul Sherry Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM has you covered with its fleet truck inventory. When you order your fleet trucks from us, you get custom-tailored service, access to some of the best service body companies in the business, and lifelong heavy-duty commercial truck maintenance and repairs from our expert service team and facility.
Here are a few things you can expect from us when you order your fleet from Sherry Chrysler:
Custom Upfits from the Best Companies in the Industry
Sherry Chrysler is proud to partner with some of the best custom upfit companies for fleet trucks. A few of the companies we work with include Reading, Knapheide, and Warner. The service bodies from these [...]
When you’re in the market for a brand-new chassis cab, few vehicles will do besides the 2020 RAM 5500 and Ford F-550. These two are the powerhouses in their class, both featuring incredible towing capabilities, engine power and performance, and features that fit your work needs.
Let’s look at how they compare to one another:
Speaking on performance only, you’d be hard-pressed to tell the difference between the RAM 550 and the Ford F-550. Both have engines that rival each other, with the RAM getting a 6.4L HEMI V8 base engine with 429 lb-ft. of torque compared to the Ford F-550’s base 7.3L 2V DECVT V8 gas engine with 468 lb-ft. of torque. Upgrades include a turbo-diesel engine with 800 lb-ft. of torque on the RAM and a turbo-diesel with 825 lb-ft. of torque for the F-550.
The RAM 5500 comes mated to a 6-speed automatic Aisin HD transmission, while the Ford F-550 [...]
The full details for the new Jeep Wagoneer are soon to be released, but it’s already proving to be a strong competitor for the Chevrolet Tahoe. Both three-row SUVs, these vehicles are loaded with features for comfort, convenience, and safety for the family. With impressive towing capacity, they may also be two of the more versatile large SUVs on the market.
2021 Jeep Wagoneer vs. Chevrolet Tahoe Differences and Similarities
There’s no doubt that the new Jeep Wagoneer is set to rival the Chevrolet Tahoe as incredible capable and exciting three-row SUVs. Both vehicles are highly anticipated models for this year, but how do they compare?
Here’s a quick rundown:
The interiors of the Chevy Tahoe and Jeep Wagoneer are probably the most similar features between the two. Both SUVs come with a plethora of technology and comfortable seating features inside the cabin.
The Chevy Tahoe will come with a 10.2-inch touchscreen [...]
Earlier this year, Jeep announced both the Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer, two luxury vehicles with third-row seating and an array of features that add upscale elements to the brand’s lineup. But what’s the difference between the Jeep Wagoneer and the Jeep Grand Wagoneer? Although Jeep is keeping the full details for each under wraps for now, we do know a few key features and differences to expect in the two models:
Historically, the Jeep Wagoneer was the very first 4×4 SUV, but it hasn’t returned for production since the early 1990s. Its reintroduction into the Jeep lineup is certainly a welcome one, giving the manufacturer a luxury option to meet almost any Jeep fan’s needs.
The Jeep Wagoneer and the Jeep Grand Wagoneer will essentially be two trim levels for the same model. The [...]
When you buy a RAM 5500 commercial truck, your purchase comes with a range of options for customization and upfitting to tailor the truck to your business’s needs. In addition to four trim levels – Tradesman, SLT, Laramie, and Limited – the RAM 5500 can come with different powertrains, transmissions, GVWR packages, truck bodies, and more.
OEM Commercial Options
RAM itself provides plenty of OEM options for the RAM 5500 commercial truck. You can build your RAM 5500 with options like:
4.44 or 4.89 axle ratio
Single or dual fuel tanks
Single or dual alternators
GVWR packages up to 19,500 pounds
V8 HEMI engine or a turbo diesel
RAM also offers several packages for the 5500, [...]
The RAM 4500 and 5500 commercial trucks are leaders in the industry, boasting incredible strength, durability, and reliability combined with refinement in every corner. With multiple customization options, trims, and upfitting possibilities, these versatile trucks are powerhouses that can handle even the toughest jobs.
What are the RAM 4500 and 5500?
RAM 4500 and 5500 are the top two tiers of the RAM commercial truck lineup. Both are available in chassis cab configurations like the 3500, but with a higher diesel trailering rating and GCWR than the 3500. The newest models of both trucks are available in the following trim levels:
Tradesman: The base model includes a turbodiesel engine, Uconnect 3.0, air conditioning, push-button start, and all of the lineup’s standard features.
SLT: Notable additions on the SLT include cloth seats, accented interior finishes, heated and powered tow mirrors, and chrome exterior accents.
Laramie: The Laramie adds luxury onto the Tradesman and SLT with [...]
No two businesses are the same. Some businesses depend on leasing their fleet vehicles while others choose to buy or finance them instead. Here are a few points to consider with buying vs. leasing fleet vehicles:
Leasing and buying both have perks in terms of affordability, but for different reasons. Let’s compare:
Tax benefits: Buying a vehicle can provide your business with potential tax breaks that you won’t get when you lease.
Equity: When you purchase a fleet vehicle, you can build equity that you can use to refinance the vehicle later or trade in for something new. You don’t build equity in a leased vehicle.
Depreciation: New vehicles depreciate in value dramatically for the first couple of years after purchasing. If you don’t have much money to put toward a down payment, you could end up with little equity for your purchased vehicle until a few years later.
RAM is beginning to release some details about its upcoming trucks for the 2021 model year as their releases quickly approach. There’s never a RAM we aren’t excited for, and it looks like next year’s options won’t make us stray from that rule. From the reintroduction of the mid-size Dakota pickup truck to the incredibly rugged, built-for-fun 1500 Rebel TRX, RAM expands its offerings to include a truck for everyone.
RAM will, undoubtedly, release more information to the public about its 2021 lineup. Here’s what we know so far:
2021 RAM ProMaster City
Businesses and commercial fleets will love everything about the updated 2021 RAM ProMaster City. The versatile and functional work van has been around for a few years now, but never with as much technology as it’ll have for the upcoming model year. At The Work [...]
Buying a new vehicle is only one part of the process. You also need to take care of that vehicle for years to come. Your manufacturer’s warranty will help you do that, but reading through them can make you more confused than you were before you started.
Manufacturer warranties cover a lot of stuff, but there’s also a lot they won’t cover, and it’s crucial to understand what typically gets left out of your warranty and why.
What the Manufacturer’s Warranty Doesn’t Cover
Your manufacturer’s warranty could differ from the norm, so it’s always a good idea to read through it and ask your salesperson for help if you don’t understand something. In general, these points aren’t covered by a manufacturer’s warranty:
The maintenance of your vehicle is your responsibility, so it’s not something the manufacturer will pay for. You’ll need to get on a regular schedule of oil changes, tire rotations, fluid [...]
Winter weather is upon us, but that doesn’t mean your vehicle has to suffer. With regular maintenance checks, your car can stay on track to power through winter safely. Here are the most important car components to monitor before and during the winter:
Your tires play a significant role in how well (or not) your car moves in the winter. That includes your ability to accelerate and brake in icy or wet conditions.
If you live in an area prone to frigid temperatures, snow, and ice, you should consider putting a set of winter tires on your vehicle before winter weather arrives. Keeping your current tires? Make sure they have plenty of tread for ample traction. Check your tire pressure frequently, because cold temperatures can quickly bring it down and affect your traction.
You’ve probably attempted to start your car in frigid temperatures before only to be met with a slow-to-start groan from [...]