Ram 1500 Truck Trims Part 1
The Ram Brand is renowned for capability and versatility. It’s no wonder that Ram has been showered in accolades, or that Ram was named the “Best Truck Brand of 2020” by US News and World Report. While there are countless trims and customization options available on Ram trucks, every configuration has one thing in common: they’re all built with Ram’s uncompromising strength. At Steve Landers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we like to consider ourselves Ram experts. In this week’s blog, we’re giving a brief overview of some of the trims available on the Ram 1500. Don’t miss part 2 next week with the remaining trims!
The Ram 1500 is available in seven trim levels: Tradesman, Big Horn or Lone Star (as it is referred to in Texas), Rebel, Laramie, Laramie Longhorn and Limited. The Trademan, Big Horn and Laramie models are available in a quad cab with a six-foot-four-in bed, a crew cab with a six-foot-four-in bed or a crew cab with a shorter five-foot-seven-inch bed. The Rebel is available in the Quad cab with six-foot-four-inch bed or the crew cab with the shorter bed. The Laramie Longhorn and the Limited are available in the crew cab in both lengths. The standard engine on all models is the 3.6-liter V6 engine with eTorque mild-hybrid technology. Other optional engines include the 5.7-liter V8, the 5.7-liter V8 engine with eTorque mild-hybrid technology, or the new 3.0-liter Ecodiesel.
Starting Price: $32,145
Maximum Towing Capacity: 12,750 pounds
Standard Equipment: Standard equipment for the Tradesman includes 18-inch steel-painted wheels, All-Season Tires, automatic headlamps, chrome headlamp bezels, incandescent taillamps, low-beam daytime-running headlamps, and heated exterior mirrors. Technology and convenience features include power locks and windows, remote keyless entry, rear backup camera, and Uconnect 3 with five-Inch touchscreen display with audio jack, three USB ports and bluetooth connectivity.
Big Horn or Lone Star
Starting Price: $36,790
Maximum Towing Capacity: 11,610 pounds
Standard Equipment: The Big Horn or the Lone Star has an upgraded exterior and interior including 18-inch alloy wheels, seven different seat trim upholstery options, a rear center armrest and a leather-wrapped steering with mounted audio controls.
Option Groups and Available Equipment: The Ram 1500 Big Horn/Lone Star has immensely more option groups and available equipment. Some of the notable available features include the Premium lighting group which adds LED fog lamps, LED reflector headlamps and LED taillamps, the Uconnect 12.0-Inch touchscreen with navigation, and available heated front seats.
Starting Price: $44,740
Towing Capacity: 11,470 pounds
Standard Equipment: The Ram 1500 Rebel has its own unique suspension and has the off-road package as standard with off-road bumpers, an electronic locking differential, all-terrain tires, skid plates, tow hooks, front extra heavy-duty shock absorbers and hill descent control. Its styling reflects its thrilling, free-spirited attitude with 18-inch painted black wheels, powder-coated front bumper and intimidating stance.
Available Features and Option Groups: Available convenience features include the deployable bed step, black tubular side steps, ParkSense Front and Rear Park-Assist with Stop, remote start and more.
Did you see a Ram 1500 model that caught your eye? Browse our inventory of the Ram 1500 on our website and give us a call! We’d love to give you a video-chat walkthrough or arrange a remote test drive in which we bring the truck to you. Stay tuned for part 2 next week where we’ll give you the low-down of the other Ram 1500 trim levels!