The entry-level trim for the RAM 1500 class is the Tradesman. It’s a simpler version than other trim levels for RAM 1500, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have a lot to offer.
The Big Horn is a great option for those needing a little more out of their truck but are looking for a cheaper option than more advanced time levels. As opposed to the Tradesman’s black grill, the Big Horn comes with a chrome grill.
The Laramie trim is where the RAM 1500 jumps up in luxury. The Laramie is available with the new Night Addition Appearance Package which turns your truck into a blacked-out beast. The Laramie also includes a 7-inch Driver Informational Digital Cluster Display.
This class is for those looking for a RAM 1500 that has upgraded off-road capabilities. Some of the features that make the Rebel stand out are all-terrain tires, electronic locking rear axle, and a cabin design that oozes toughness. This truck is the ultimate all-terrain dominating machine.
Have an affinity for southwestern design? Then the Laramie Longhorn is the perfect truck for you. It comes with interior barnwood accents and colored seats to match. The word that comes to mind when you look inside this truck is class, pure class. Also, available inside the Laramie Longhorn is a class-leading 12-inch touchscreen digital display.
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As the fully loaded trim level, the RAM 1500 Limited leaves nothing more to be desired. This truck comes with everything. Some features include heated rear seats, automatic running boards that flip down when opening your car door, and Class-Exclusive Active-Level Four Corner Air Suspension.
The RAM 1500 trim levels provide excellent options for everyone. Of course, we haven’t even scratched the surface on the capabilities and features included in each model. Do yourself a favor and continue exploring the all-new RAM 1500 with us at Doug Henry CDJR.