Is $65,000 Crazy Money For A 2019 Ram 1500 Truck?

If you’re in the market for a large, full-size posh pickup truck, the 2019 Ram 1500 definitely fits the bill, but how much should you pay?

At the upper end of the Ram 1500’s range you’ll find the $65,000 Limited model. No question, that’s a lot of money for a regular day-to-day pickup, but when you stop to consider all the features and functionality that come with it, you might just find yourself Googling your closest Ram dealer – or at least that’s how Doug DeMuro feels.

Inside, you’d expect this truck, despite its premium price tag, to have both nice soft materials, as well as hard, cheap plastics, right? Well, not really. Apparently, interior quality on the Ram 1500 Limited is excellent. It almost seems as though there’s leather everywhere and everything features stitches. Even the floor mats are half rubber, half carpeting, for a best of both worlds type of thing.

Other cool (…DeMuro’s favorite word) things include the massive 12-inch portrait style touchscreen infotainment display, the separate buttons for turning on/off your front/rear parking sensors (clever for when towing a trailer) and a great deal more.

On the move, DeMuro found the Ram 1500 Limited to ride just like a luxury SUV thanks to its air suspension with five different ride height settings. He also said that the transmission was smooth and that the cabin is really quiet, unless you really feel like unleashing the truck’s 5.7-liter Hemi V8.

 

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