One of the things we love about being RAM dealers near Orlando, FL is that our new car inventory includes a wide array of automobiles produced by some of the most accomplished car makers in the world. When you visit our location, you’ll see that our extensive inventory includes great-looking models, such as the 2019 RAM 1500, 2018 Chrysler 300, 2018 Dodge Challenger, and 2018 Jeep® Grand Cherokee.

In addition to carrying a generous selection of vehicles, we also enjoy being able to share the news whenever one of the automobiles we sell wins an award. Just days ago, the 2019 RAM 1500 picked up another coveted award: the Sunny Pickup Truck Award during the Southern Automotive Media Association’s Topless in Miami Competition.

From the competition’s name, you can tell that the event featured some of the most sought-after convertibles. The competition also included vehicles that have panoramic sunroofs that provide an al fresco-like experience that’s similar to what you’d enjoy in a convertible.

Journalists judged competing vehicles in different classes after they drove them along select routes in Biscayne. In addition to their al fresco driving experiences, automobiles were judged on their ride, comfort, styling, and technology features.

“The 2019 Ram 1500 equipped with the dual-pane panoramic sunroof truly impressed our judges,” said Jaime Florez, SAMA president. “With 10 square feet of sky view, the expansive sunroof amplifies the truck’s spaciousness, providing an open-view experience for both the front and rear passengers.”

“The all-new 2019 Ram 1500 has added class-leading luxury and comfort features, yet remains a no-compromise truck,” said Mike Manley, head of Ram Brand. “Truck buyers are looking for more features, higher capability, and greater convenience. We’re pleased that the…[truck’s] new panoramic sunroof has earned the Southern Automotive Media Association’s top pickup honor.”

To see why the all-new 2019 RAM 1500 won the Sunny Pickup Award earlier this month, visit Fields Chrysler Jeep Dodge RAM today.