Trim Levels in the All-New Ram 1500
If you didn’t already know, the All-New Ram 1500 is the Motortrend 2019 Truck of the Year. In Motortrend’s own words, the Ram 1500 offers “more variety, capability, comfort, convenience, and value than ever before.” We couldn’t agree more! The completely redesigned Ram offers its customers plenty of choices, with 6 unique trim levels, 15 different wheel designs, and various cab and bed sizes, this year’s Ram is the ultimate truck when it comes to customization. In this article we will explore the various trim levels as well as standard and available features to help you craft your perfect pickup.
Note: The All-New 2019 Ram 1500 is available in 6 different trim levels. The Ram 1500 is also available in a Classic version which is offered in an additional 3 trim levels. This article will explore the 6 trim levels available on the award-winning All-New Ram 1500.
Tradesman (starting MSRP: $31,795)
The Tradesman is the base-level trim for the All-New Ram 1500. This trim level is available in 4×2 or 4×4 drivetrain as well as 3 different cab/box sizes. A Quad Cab with a 6’4” box, and a Crew Cab with both a 5’7” box or 6’4” box. With a max 395hp and 12,750lbs towing capacity, the Ram 1500 Tradesman is the ultimate workman’s truck. Standard features include Uconnect 3 with a 5” touchscreen, ParkView rear backup camera, and remote keyless entry. The Tradesman can be upgraded with the ‘Chrome Appearance Package’ which includes chrome grille/bumper/Ram badge, 18” cast-aluminum wheels and cloth 40/20/40 bench seat.
Big Horn / Lone Star (starting MSRP: $38,795)
Next up in the trim level discussion is the Ram Big Horn/ Lone Star, the Ram’s most popular trim level. The Big Horn / Long Star comes in the same cab / box configurations as the Tradesman but comes upgraded with various convenience and style features. These features include 18” aluminum wheels, leather wrapped steering wheel with mounted audio controls, chrome grille/bumper/Ram badge, fog lamps and in-floor storage. The Ram Big Horn / Lone Star can also be upgraded with the 8.4” Uconnect Nav touchscreen. Appearance package upgrades for this trim level include the Sport package with body color grille/bumper/Ram badge or the Black package which blacks-out the interior and exterior and upgrades the vehicle with 20” cast-aluminum Black-painted wheels.
Laramie (starting MSRP: $39,895)
The next trim level to explore is for those looking for a little more luxury than what’s available on the Ram Big Horn. We are talking about the Ram 1500 Laramie. This version of the Ram comes standard with Heated and Vented Leather-Trimmed power seats, a nine-speaker Alpine audio system, and Uconnect 4 with an 8.4” Touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. This is also the lowest trim level that can be upgraded to the ‘Largest-in-Class’ 12” Touchscreen. The Ram 1500 Laramie can also be upgraded with the 3 appearance packages that we’ve described above (Chrome, Sport, Black).
Rebel (starting MSRP: $44,795)
The next trim level available on the All-New Ram 1500 is the Ram Rebel. The previously mentioned Ram 1500 trim levels seem to take incremental steps up in luxury/amenities. However, the Ram Rebel stands out as a unique performance-driven trim level. The Ram Rebel comes standard with LED headlamps/taillamps/fog lamps, 33” Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires, and Elocker electronic locking rear differential. The Ram Rebel comes available in a Quad Cab with a 6’4” box or a Crew Cab with a 5’7” box. Additionally, the Ram Rebel is only available with a 4×4 drivetrain. The Rebel also comes trimmed with unique Black interior trim with Red accents, a Sport Performance hood and a 7” Rebel color reconfigurable cluster.
Laramie Longhorn (starting MSRP: $50,595)
The next step up the scale of the All-New Ram 1500 is the Laramie Longhorn. Similar to the Rebel, the Laramie Longhorn features a uniquely trimmed interior which includes a Longhorn-specific premium leather and wood interior. Standard features include all of the features available on the Laramie trim with upgraded 20” aluminum wheels, All-season tires and a 7” Longhorn color cluster. Similar to the Laramie, the Laramie Longhorn comes standard with the 8.4” Uconnect 4C Nav but can be upgraded to the 12” Nav touchscreen.
Limited (starting MSRP: $53,295)
Last but not least, the highest trim level available on the All-New Ram 1500 is the Limited trim. This trim level features major upgrades across the board. One of the main standout features is the ‘Largest-in-Class’ 12” Nav Touchscreen that comes standard on the Limited Ram. Additional standard features include power running boards, Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Path and Trailer Detection, and Class-Exclusive Active-Level four corner air suspension. The Limited Ram also comes with a wireless charging pad for your personal devices and an available ‘Most Powerful in Class’ 19-speaker Harman Kardon Sound System.
Check out our video Exploring the All-New Ram 1500 Big Horn!
We hope you enjoyed reading our article exploring the trim levels of the All-New Ram 1500. At Glenn’s Freedom Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we are proud to be Kentucky’s #1 Ram truck dealer by volume. We proudly offer one of the largest selections of Ram trucks in the state of Kentucky. Shop our current inventory here! Or stop by our dealership located at 1560 E. New Circle Road in Lexington, Kentucky.