Ram Unveils 2025 1500 Lineup Pricing: Tungsten Trim Tops at $89,150

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Ram’s Latest Offering Introduces Updated Pricing Structure, Tungsten Trim Brings Luxury at a Premium

Ram recently revealed the pricing details for its much-anticipated 2025 1500 lineup, presenting a diverse range from the base Tradesman at $42,270 to the premium Tungsten trim, commanding $89,150. While the specifics for innovative models like the Ramcharger, Ram 1500 REV, and the eagerly awaited RHO are yet to be disclosed, the lineup stands out with its variety, targeting a wide spectrum of preferences.

The entry-level Tradesman starts at $42,270, reflecting an $855 increase, and retains the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 with a 48-volt mild-hybrid system. Notably, the mid-level trims, including HFE, Lone Star, and Big Horn, feature the same engine. A notable addition to the engine options is the 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-six Hurricane, providing an appealing alternative to the 5.7-liter Hemi V8.

The lineup introduces a more budget-friendly choice for the 420-hp Hurricane engine, reducing the additional cost to $2,695. Moving up to the Laramie and Rebel models, priced at $62,025 and $66,190, respectively, the standard-output Hurricane takes the center stage. As one progresses to the Limited and Longhorn trims, priced at $77,150 and $77,645, the high-output Hurricane becomes standard, boasting 540 hp and exclusive 4WD functionality. At the pinnacle, the luxurious Tungsten trim, priced at $89,150, elevates the lineup with premium features, encompassing the high-output engine, 4WD, leather upholstery, diamond-knurled metal accents, and an advanced infotainment system equipped with a 23-speaker Klipsch Reference Premiere sound system.

Awaiting pricing details for the Ramcharger, Ram 1500 REV, and RHO, market expectations predict a price range of $50,000 to $100,000 for the electric trucks. Positioned as a direct contender against the F-150 Raptor, the RHO is anticipated to compete closely, likely around the $77,000 mark. The Tungsten trim, surpassing the F-150 Limited and Chevrolet Silverado High Country in pricing, underscores Ram’s commitment to delivering a harmonious blend of luxury and performance in its highly anticipated 2025 1500 lineup.