Awesome! What is the payload on that bad boy? I'm leaning toward a new RAM 3500 crewcab, long bed with 4,400lb payload. I'm not planning on leaving the US or Canada anytime soon.
This from Ted White whi lives in Baja
The most that will happen with your 2015 Dodge RAM is the engine light MIGHT come on for a while from time to time while using Mexican diesel fuel. There has been a 2015 Dodge RAM here in Los Barriles since October and the engine light has been on twice for short periods - that's it. This is consistent with the reports I have received from other 2015 Dodge RAM owners. The Dodge diesel pickup emissions systems are very tolerant of the higher sulfur levels in Mexican diesel fuel.
As for whether there is ULSD on the Baja, there is credible evidence that all of the diesel fuel at Pemex stations down to and including Jesus Maria is ULSD from the USA or Japan, for the following reasons:
Pemex's own distribution charts indicate that all of the diesel fuel in the Northern Baja, down to and including Jesus Maria, is distributed out of the Pemex tank farm in Ensenada.
Pemex supply chain information charts show all of the diesel in Ensenada tank farm coming from the USA via pipeline, and from Japan, from time to time, via ocean tanker.
Numerous interviews, by a number of Spanish speaking pickup owners, with attendants at Pemex stations on the Baja have confirmed the data in the Pemex distribution maps, and the attendants at Jesus Maria have confirmed on 4 separate occasions, to 4 separate people, that their diesel comes from Ensenada. In contrast, the attendants at the last station in the Northern Baja, just north of the BCS border have confirmed that their diesel comes from La Paz. (Pemex distribution maps also show this to be the case).
Last March I personally drew a sample of the diesel fuel at El Rosario and sent it to my contacts at GM Diesel Emissions Programming Division for testing. It was confirmed to be ULSD from the USA. This year, on my way north in early April, I will draw samples at Jesus Maria and San Quintin in order to provide additional evidence that the fuel is ULSD.
I have test equipment with GM programming that enables me to monitor emissions and control regeneration cycles on Duramax powered trucks. My observations of emissions and engine behavior over 5 years on the Baja also confirm that all of the diesel fuel as far south as Jesus Maria is ULSD.
Hope that helps.