Pricing announced for 2015 Ram 1500 Laramie Limited, Ram Rebel

Article by Andrew Christian, on June 11, 2015

Pricing has been released for Ram’s crew cab-only trucks that debuted earlier this year. The freshened 2015 Ram 1500 Laramie Limited has a starting price of $51,870, while the 2015 Ram Rebel (a new half-ton trim level) is priced from $43,985. The off-road-oriented Rebel had been presented at the Detroit auto show while the Laramie Limited was first seen at the Chicago Auto Show.

They have similar traits, which include huge RAM badges on the nose and tailgate that serve as a replacement for the traditional ram’s head. With a starting price of $43,985, the 1500 Rebel 4x2 is equipped with the 5.7-liter V-8 engine as standard. On the other hand, the 4x4 versions with the 3.6-liter V-6 have a starting price of $45,915.

Delivery costs are included in the price. The chrome-laden 4x2 Ram 1500 Laramie Limited has a starting price of $51,870, powered by the standard 5.7-liter V-8 engine. Meanwhile, 4x4 versions with the optional 3.0-liter V-6 EcoDiesel are priced from $58,495. A Ram spokesman said that the two trim levels will start production this month.

The units will start deliveries to dealerships during the third quarter. What the Ram 1500 Rebel brings to the full-size truck segment is an off-road design that’s unique. The Rebel fits right into a core segment of the truck market with its one-of-a-kind design cues and mechanical innovation supported by Ram Truck engineering.

Rebel has an all-new grille with a bold billet silver “RAM” letter badge. The blacked-out Rebel grille marks a departure from Ram’s famous “crosshair” designs. Instead, it features a totally new black off-road front bumper design with a long-lasting powder-coated surface.

In addition, it features a powder coated, front tow hooks, 33-inch Toyo tires, billet silver skid plate, and an all-new 17-inch aluminum wheel. The Rebel’s interior is as rugged as its exterior.

It is filled with industry-exclusive seating elements that have a Radar Red finish and black with fabric inserts embossed with the Toyo tire tread pattern to match the Rebel’s actual footprint.

Offered as standard, the heated front seats have Light Diesel Gray accent stitching. The headrests feature Radar Red Ram’s head embroidery while he upper seat bolsters have the embroidery of black with Light Diesel Gray Rebel nameplate.

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