Top trim levels of the 2020 Ram 2500

One of the best pickup trucks in the business, the 2020 Ram 2500 is loaded with a suite of features that make it one of the most desired pickup trucks today. To offer the ultimate driving pleasure, the Dodge has features divided into various trims that can suit every buyers’ budget. As a result, the Dodge Ram 2500 is now available in six trims and 29 configurations. This article elaborates on the special features offered by each trim—right from its engine specifications to interiors and much more. Read on.

  • Tradesman

The powertrain consists of a 6.4-liter V-8 gasoline engine with eight-speed automatic transmission. It is also available with a 6.7 Cummins turbo diesel. The 4×4 model features manual shifting with an on-the-fly transfer case for all old-school drivers. The pickup truck also comes with electronic stability control and automatic quad halogen headlights.

  • Power Wagon

It has the same chassis as the Tradesman, except, instead of the 6.7-liter Cummins turbo diesel, it has an 8HP75 with eight-speed transmission. This engine is suitable for light commercial vehicles (LCV). It also has LED projector headlamps. The Power Wagon comes with hill descent control for better stability and control when descending down a mountain range. With a push-button start, the instrument cluster speedometer has a 3.5-inch driver information display.

  • Big Horn

The engine and chassis features are the same as Tradesman. On the exterior, this trim offers 18-inch chrome-clad wheels. This pickup truck has a Big Horn badge on the tailgate. The interior has all the features of the previous trims. In addition, it features keyless entry.

  • Longhorn

The engine specifications of this trim are the same as the Big Horn. The exterior of the pickup truck comes with a bi-functional LED projector and chrome LED taillamps. The model also has 18-inch aluminum wheels. With its signature Longhorn badging, it also has a remote tailgate release, spray-in bedliner, and rain-sensitive wipers. When it comes to the interior, you get to choose from a range of upholstery options. It also has a completely upgraded infotainment system that facilitates both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

  • Laramie

This trim has the same engine specifications as Big Horn. On the exterior, it consists of LED fog lamps, reflector lamps, and taillamps. It has 18-inch polished aluminum wheels and a chrome billet grille. Laramie also consists of a remote start mechanism, with ParkSense Front and Rear Park Assist system. Speaking of the interior, it has dual-zone automatic climate control and a 7-inch color screen for information. Additionally, it has an auto-dim rearview mirror with adjustable pedals and sliding rear windows.

  • Limited

The Limited trim comes with a 6.4-liter V-8 engine. It features the Keyless Enter-n-Go system entry and push button start. Being a limited edition model, it comes with luxury features such as Black Argento wood interior accents, leather-wrapped grab handles, and a 7-inch driver information display.