2018 Ram 2500
The 2018 Ram 2500 is a luxurious truck that looks as good as it is a capable vehicle wherever you take it. Make your truck special with any number of the specialized trim level packages that are available. The new highest trim is the Limited Tungsten Edition, for the height of Ram luxury. It includes premium accents from the headliner, sets and even the interior trim. As well, there’s a Longhorn Special Edition that combines work and luxury and a Harvest edition aimed at farmers. The 2500 is more capable than ever, with top-level engines, including a 6.4 HEMI VVT V8 and 6.7 Cummins Turbo Diesel I-6. Get ready to tow and carry all you need out of this durable pickup. For a classy pickup truck that can get the job done, the 2018 Ram 2500 is a clear powerhouse.
The Ram 2500 features a host of trim levels for your choosing. The base level (MSRP starting at $43,695) offers a 5.7L HEMI VVT V8 engine with a vinyl front bench seat. An SLT trim (MSRP starting at $45,695) gives you 18-inch chrome wheels and a grille with a black insert accent. The Harvest Edition (MSRP starting at $53,915) is made for farmers in mind with heated seats, steering wheel and temperature control. The Outdoorsman model level (MSRP starting at $54,790) provides an anti-spin rear differential, black fender flares and lower two-pane paint. Under the Power Wagon (MSRP starting at $58,620) trim you get 17-inch aluminum wheels with specialty Ram badges. The Laramie trim level (MSRP starting at $59,520) has 18-inch polished aluminum wheels with chrome, heated, folding mirrors. A Laramie Longhorn edition (MSRP starting at $64,520) offers leather seats and steering wheel with both heated front and second-row seats. The Laramie Limited (MSRP starting at $67,320) comes with black leather seats, chrome grille and rain-sensing wipers. The top trim level is the Limited Tungsten Edition (MSRP starting at $69,315) with premium seat materials, grille and 20-inch Satin Carbon aluminum wheels.
Previous Ram 2500 Model Years
Ram 2500 trucks have remained the same since they were introduced in 2009. Over the years, there have only been small changes from the suspension and tinkering with trim level packages. 2017 only saw the introduction of an off-road package for the Mega Cab and Crew Cab four-wheel drive variants. These rugged updates included shocks, skid plates and tire upgrades. For 2018, much like the past, the only new features are the package additions. A Limited Tungsten Edition trim level has been added, covering the entire truck in top-of-the-line materials. A Harvest Edition has been added, aimed at farmers in farm-equipment colours with a host of new technology like a Wi-Fi hotspot, touchscreen and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto compatibility. Without any large changes, you can be sure whatever Ram 2500 you get will live up to the high Ram standards.