Cummins Diesel Engines Comparisons and Specifications
Clean, efficient, dependable and durable, Cummins engines are found in nearly every type of vehicle and equipment on Earth, from pickup trucks to 18-wheelers, berry pickers to 360-ton mining haul trucks. You’ll also find us everywhere there’s water, with a full line of recreational and commercial marine diesels. - Cummins Engine Company
The Cummins B Series is a family of diesel engines produced by American manufacturer Cummins. In production since 1984, the B series engine family is intended for multiple applications on and off-highway, light-duty, and medium-duty. In the automotive segment, it is best known for its use in school buses, service buses (most commonly the Dennis Dart) in the United Kingdom and Dodge/Ram pickup trucks. Since its introduction, three generations of the B series engine have been produced, offered in both inline-four and inline-six configurations in multiple displacements.
In the chart below, you will find the basic specifications and data for the Cummins engines used in Dodge Ram trucks from the year 1989 to current. Although there were only 3 different types of base Cummins engines used in the Ram over the years, many of the separate listings take account for the different optimizations that Cummins and Dodge did to increase both the durability, power, and torque of these engines. For more specific information on these engines and a list of the trucks they were paired with, click on the name of the engine on the left side of the table. For other versions of the Cummins engine that were not used in Dodge Ram trucks, scroll to the bottom of this page.
Cummins Engines used in Dodge Ram Trucks
The Cummins engine has a wide variety of uses far beyond that of just light to medium duty trucking. The 5.0L Cummins V8 is the only Cummins engine that has been used in another production truck besides the Dodge Ram lineup. That production truck is the Nissan Titan XD Diesel Pick-ups from 2015 to 2019. Nissan has unfortunately discontinued production of this truck in December of 2019.
Cummins Engines used in other Vehicles and Different Applications
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