The 2019 Ram 3500 pickup is fully redesigned and has the power to haul even the largest loads. The cabin is both spacious and tranquil. It’s also equipped with modern amenities to make your life easier and more enjoyable with this large truck.
The 2019 Ram 3500 has many amenities that will be appealing to this segment of customers. The Ram 3500 has the power to haul heavy loads and a range of trims that will appeal to a broad spectrum of truck buyers. It also comes with modern features that enhance luxury and ease of use. If you are looking for a heavy-duty pickup truck, this large truck is a good choice.
Pricing and Trims
There are five trim levels for the Ram 3500: Tradesman (also known as Big Horn in Texas), Laramie Longhorn, Limited, and Laramie. There are three options for the truck: a regular cab with two doors, a crew cab with four doors and a Mega Cab with four doors. Buyers have the option of choosing between a 8-foot or 6-foot-4-inch cargo bed.
The basic Ram 3500 Tradesman truck is the base model. It comes on 18-inch wheels and comes with a black grille, black bumpers front and back. Standard features include black exterior door handles and quad halogen headlights. Regular-cab models come standard with non-heated side and back mirrors, and regular-cab models include power windows and locks. Crew-cab models come standard with heated power-adjustable and black-colored power side mirrors. The cabin includes keyless ignition, a rearview camera, and a front bench with a 40/20/40 split. All models also include a tilt-adjustable steering wheel, manual air conditioning, and an infotainment screen with a 5-inch resolution. Prices start at $35,000.
Pricing starts at 39 grand for the Big Horn/Lone Star trim. This model comes with an overhead console, 18-inch wheels, and a chrome-accented grille. A trailer brake controller with integrated controls and a power-sliding back window are also part of the standard equipment.
Next is the Laramie trim, which starts at $51,000. All models include fog lights, LED taillights and headlights as well as a soft-closing reargate. Standard features include power-folding, auto-dimming side windows, remote ignition, rear and front parking sensors, and dual-zone automatic temperature control. The trim includes heated front seats and heated steering wheels to keep you warm in winter driving. All models come with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone connectivity, HD and satellite radio, and a 10-speaker audio system.
The Laramie Longhorn is next, starting at $58,000. Standard features include a chrome mesh grille, spray-in bedliner, and automatic high beams. All models include ventilated front seats, power adjustable pedals, and heated rear seats.
The Limited trim is the most expensive. It comes with 20-inch wheels and power deployable running boards. This model also comes with the RamBox cargo management software, which includes cargo-bed storage compartments as well as an adjustable bed separator. Prices start at $62,500
Ram offers the 3500 with additional features like a sunroof and load-leveling rear suspension, adaptive brake control, blind spot monitoring, forward collision warning, blind-spot monitor, surround-view camera, rear cross-traffic alarm, and forward collision warning.
Engine and Performance
The base engine of the 2019 Ram 3500 is a 6.4-liter V8. It produces 410 horsepower, 429 pound-feet torque and is paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission.
A turbocharged 6.7-liter six-cylinder diesel engine with 370 horsepower is also available. It produces 850 pound-feet torque and generates 370 HP. The powerplant is controlled by a six speed automatic gearbox.
You can choose between rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. The truck can tow 35,100 pounds.
Ram’s 3500 pickup can accommodate three, five, or six people depending on how the cab is configured. The large cabin is quiet and spacious, yet it’s very quiet on the highway. Large windows provide excellent views for the driver. Vinyl upholstery is standard on the base models, while leather upholstery can be ordered.