The 2022 RAM 1500 is convinced on providing the customers with a smooth and comfortable experience while being as monstrous as it can. RAM 1500 comes in a rear or four wheel drive and also includes many enhanced variants as well.
People who love off-roading and adventurous trips can make the most out of this monster truck as it has a massively upgraded engine. The interior is top of the line as well.
Pricing And Different Trims
The 2022 RAM 1500 is available in 9 trims. Tradesman, HFE, Big Horn, Lone Star, Laramie, Rebel, Longhorn, Limited, and TRX. They are offered with a rear or four-wheel drive. Although to opt for the the four-wheel drive feature, you’re gonna need an additional $3,500. The Laramie is by far the most popular amongst different customers.
The primary trim, Tradesman, starts at the price of $35,085. It features a V6 engine, rear wheel drive, four door quad cab and 18 inch steel wheels. You can also opt for the option of four-wheel drive for an additional cost, 3.0-litre diesel V6 engine and 5.7-liter V8 engine. You can also include the blind-spot monitoring feature whilst finalising the additional features.
HFE stands for High Fuel Efficiency. This trim starts at $36,945 accompanied by WiFi. Cloth seats, fixed running boards and 20 inch alloy wheels are also included in this trim. You have the options to add chrome appearance packages, blind spot monitoring and a 30 gallon fuel tank.
The Big Horn is probably my favourite one out of all the trims. It starts at a price of $39,955 and has floor mats, auto-dimming rear view mirror, voice command, fog lights and parking sensors. It also comes with 18 inch alloy wheels.
The Lone Star also picks up the pricing from $39,955. This Texas-only trim comes alongside a unique badging as a tribute to the Lone Star State. Both Lone Star and Big Horn compliment each other in regards to features and options.
The Laramie asks for a $45,040 starting price. It involves a V8 engine, 12 way power drivers seat, leather seats and a heating and cooling option for the seats. You can also enjoy Apple CarPlay and Android Auto on the Laramie. People can also explore the new G/T package with Laramie.
The Rebel adds a 1 inch stock suspension lift accompanied by an 8 way power adjustable drivers seat. It also comes with a leather dashboard and steering wheel. You can also enjoy the G/T package with Rebel. The asking price for this trim is $49,035.
The Longhorn has adopted auto high beams, adaptive headlights, parking sensors and 20 inch alloy wheels. The rear seats are also heated in this trim. The price starts at $55,055 for the Longhorn.
The Limited comes with an active four-corner suspension, power running boards, 12 way power adjustable front seats and blind spot monitoring. You can include the Level 1 Equipment Group which navigates the cruise control and other such sensors. The new 10th anniversary package is also included with the Limited. The price for Limited starts at $60,035.
TRX is all what dreams are made of. This performance oriented automobile comes with a 702 horsepower V8 engine, short bed and four wheel drive. You can also explore the 35 inch Goodyear Wrangler all-terrain tires and a wider grille with TRX. High performance exhausts and flared fenders are also included. The starting price for this lordly truck is $73,365.