17th May 2005, 23:48

Actually dodge made the Ram-Charger, in the last pick-up bodystyle in Mexico until 2003. Neat looking truck, front end like a 1996-2003 pick-up, the back kind of looked like the minivan from a couple of years ago. Two doors, longer than the old Ram-Charger, but shorter than an Expedition. Too bad they never imported it.

29th Jul 2005, 13:08

The 92 and 93 models with the Magnum are great vehicles, but I did not know they made a 94. The dual air would have been a very nice option. Anyone know of any availability of pictures for these?

22nd Dec 2005, 00:39

I want one of those ram chargers. I remember being in mexico, visiting family and saw a 96 ram charger. sweetest thing ever. would I be able to find a clean 2x2 in a dealer or something. I would like it to be as new as possible.

22nd Dec 2005, 08:31

You might want one, but you can't (legally) import one made for the Mexican market into the US, and if you do manage to sneak one across the border, good luck trying to title and register it!

18th Dec 2006, 13:17

I have one Green Ram Charger Limited ´94. It´s got the same tires since. Its practically new. It has about 40 000 km run. Believe me, it's a jewel. People often ask me if I sell it, but hell no, I´ll take it to my grave. Man this truck is powerful, no kidding. It´s the greatest SUV ever. Period.

5th Dec 2007, 17:58

Hi I am very intrigued about the Mexican Ramcharger! Please if any knows please help! I am looking for a red grille for a 1992-93 Dodge Ramcharger Canyon Sport! Mopar part # 83506569. If anyone in Mexico could ask there local dealer if this grille is available in Mexico, I would greatly appreciate it. If you could email me the dealers phone number I would be so thankful! Please help! Also how long did the Mexican Ramcharger look the same as the American Ramcharger? Like the last version (1993)?

Thanks Robert


30th Oct 2009, 12:09

I just want to correct some things that previous commenters have said. It seems some don't realize what 4X4 means, hence saying 2X2. 2X2 would mean that the vehicle only has 2 wheels, what I think you meant to say was 2X4 or just simply 2wd.

30th Oct 2009, 15:22

It's actually 4X2 for a two wheel drive truck.

12th Oct 2011, 13:53

That is not totally accurate; I have a 1993 that was made in Mexico and sold here. When my father in law purchased it new, the dealer called him and wanted to buy it back. They had claim to him there was only fifty of that type. Of course he refused. My door sticker says manufactured Chrysler cooperation (vehicle made in Mexico).

13th Oct 2011, 14:29

Do you actually think that the vehicle was made for the Mexican market, just because it was built in Mexico?

Your father in law's '93 Ramcharger was built in Mexico, just like EVERY OTHER Dodge Ramcharger sold in the US from 1988-1993. The 12/22/05 comment referred to 1994 and newer Ramchargers that were built for sale in Mexico ONLY.

11th Apr 2013, 12:52

They are very rare. In fact they were not sold in the United States, except for some exceptions. In 1993 my father in law purchased a Canyon Sport fully loaded in Brooklyn Center MN. He paid $27882.00 for it. Soon after the purchase, the dealer called him and wanted to buy it back for a lot more than he purchased it for. I was told by him that his was one of fifty. To be honest with you, I thought he was full of bull! Well it stayed in the family, and many years later I ended up with it. Did a lot of research on it and could never pin point it. I did at one time read that the ones made in Mexico were not sold in the US at that time. Figured that wasn't it. Lo & behold, checked the VIN and found out it was made in LAGO-ALBERTO-MEXICO CITY, go figure that, found a gem! Jackpot!!

6th Feb 2014, 08:36

So your Ramcharger was built in the Chrysler assembly plant in Lago, Alberto, Mexico.

Congratulations, so was every other Ramcharger ever sold in the US after 1988. They weren't built anywhere else.

The only "jackpot" would be finding one without rusted out rocker panels.

24th Jun 2015, 17:43

I have a 1994 Dodge Ram Charger, no rust. And I live in Mexico. Great SUV and parts are available here.

30th Jun 2015, 23:56

Actually, 1878 US market Ramchargers were built, all in Mexico, for model year 1993; not a large number, but a lot more than "fifty".

18th Feb 2018, 23:06

Why?? Can I import one?? My family member has one in Mexico in mint condition; he told me I can have it... How can I get it to Chicago?

20th Feb 2018, 15:42

If it is at least 25 years old then you should be able to import it without much problem, as long as it still has its original engine.


29th Nov 2018, 16:31

While there were only 1,878 1993 models made for the US market, the 50 number could be because of the top level Canyon Sport trim possibly being coupled with 4WD and the Magnum 360 engine that was available only on the 1993 models.

30th Nov 2018, 03:44

That is hardly the same thing as saying only 50 Ramchargers total were built that year...

1st Dec 2018, 12:45

Depends. At car shows you will see a lot of these low figures splashed around such as this. Not this specific vehicle of course. 1 of 5 as a very good example of this could just mean a special ordered paint color on a classic car in the show. Just paint only. But there were well over 100,000 made. But if it was a really significantly optioned like a documented 426 Hemi Plymouth Cuda Convertible, the very low production attached to it is. Yet a rare color black Pacer maybe not. Low numbers can mean little or a lot. You could have a rare radio delete muscle car. Is it important to discuss? Perhaps not. Go by total production first.