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In fact, the new Ram 1500 won five separate events (both autocross tests, both hill-climb events and the empty zero-to-60 run), as well as coming in a close second in three categories.
Before we get to the final finishing order, we'd like to thank our third-party experts at Race Logic (thanks Joe Lachovsky) who were responsible for collecting our test data and providing tons of helpful testing advice, as well as both original equipment manufacturer support teams that helped us use the Chrysler and GM Milford Proving Grounds to their fullest (Ford, it's your turn next time).
() The Tundra did not win a single one of our testing categories either, but it did perform well during our most extreme tow tests, thanks in large part to a relatively solid Max Tow Package that included 4.30:1 axle gears but no integrated brake controller (just like the Nissan).
Unfortunately, the biggest weaknesses centered on the outdated gauge cluster and split center stack, as well as the underperforming tire choice.
(You can do the math.) The only place where fractions were allowed into total scoring was in the qualitative section, where judges could award points in any way they saw fit.
As you can see from our judges' impressions, each expert had his own biases and preferences, and each reflected those opinions in his scores.