Price Adjustments for the 2025 Ram 1500 Hint at a More Compelling Lineup

January 13th, 2024 by

Miami Lakes Automall 2025 Ram 1500

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It is not unexpected for all-new or significantly revamped models to bear larger price tags compared to previous editions of the same vehicle. This is especially true if the automobile is a major profit center – just like the Ram 1500 is for the sprawling Stellantis group. Pricing was revealed for the upcoming Ram half-ton pickup truck, a model that will see various meaningful changes heading into the 2025 model year, not the least of which are massaged styling and the introduction of powerful new turbocharged engines. In that market, some trims see a minor price adjustment, while other variants appear set to move much farther up the food chain.

Sticker Prices

With the imminent start of production for the updated 2025 Ram 1500 scheduled on Monday, February 5, 2024, at the Sterling Heights Assembly Plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan, Ram Truck enthusiasts eagerly anticipate the forthcoming lineup. To that end, editors at Car and Driver have provided a sneak peek into the pricing structures for numerous upcoming trims, shedding light on introductory prices and captivating features that will characterize the latest Ram offerings. 

Among the highlighted details, the Tradesman ($42,270 MSRP), Laramie ($62,025 MSRP), Rebel ($66,190 MSRP), Limited ($77,150 MSRP), Limited Longhorn ($77,645 MSRP), and the all-new Tungsten ($89,150 MSRP) trims stand out with their starting prices and distinctive offerings. Each trim will bear a $1,995 destination fee, setting the baseline for these sought-after vehicles. As such, the Tradesman and the Big Horn are set to feature the familiar 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine with a 48-volt eTorque mild-hybrid system as standard, while offering the option to upgrade to the standard-output iteration of the Hurricane inline-six engine, accelerating up to a remarkable 420 horsepower and producing 469 pound-feet of torque for an added $2,695. It is worth noting that this engine upgrade becomes standard on the Laramie and Rebel trims, exclusively powering trucks with the crew cab and six-foot-four-inch bed configuration.

Unique Powertrain Options

Meanwhile, the Limited and Limited Longhorn trims exhibit a distinctive variation in powertrain offerings. For example, the rear-wheel-drive Limited and Limited Longhorn trims will debut with the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine as standard, presenting the 420 horsepower Hurricane as an optional upgrade. Conversely, the four-wheel-drive versions of these trims will display the high-output (H.O.) iteration of the Hurricane inline-six engine as the standard, boasting a stout 540 horsepower and generating 521 pound-feet of torque.

The pinnacle of performance and luxury, however, comes with the debut of the all-new Tungsten trim. Featuring solely the Hurricane high-output engine and four-wheel-drive capability in the crew-cab five-foot-seven-inch configuration, the Tungsten elevates the Ram 1500 lineup with a host of opulent attributes. Notable inclusions encompass a suite of premium enhancements, from a 24-way power seat with massage function to a 23-speaker Klipsch Reference Premiere audio system, underscoring the commitment to refinement and cutting-edge technology. 

According to Car and Driver, the standard versions of the 2025 Ram 1500 are set to go on sale during the first quarter of the 2024 model year. Still, the pricing for the electrified Ramcharger and REV models is yet to be unveiled. If you are on the edge of your seat for further updates, please come visit Miami Lakes Automall, where we are all about helping our customers enjoy their shopping experience. We have a friendly and passionate sales team that will make your buying, leasing, or selling needs easy for any of our new vehicle inventory.

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