If you’re in the market for a pickup truck, it is important that you choose one built with power and performance in mind. And if there’s a particular model worthy of being checked out, it would definitely be the 2014 Ram 1500. Especially since this particular truck comes with a number of trim options, you can pick out one that truly fits your personality and your needs from a truck.
As a whole, there are six Ram 1500 trims : Tradesman, HFE, SLT, Sport, Laramie, and Longhorn. Here are some short descriptions on what each trim level contains:
As the base trim level option, the Tradesman comes with 17-inch steel wheels, automatic headlights, black bumpers/grille, vinyl floor covering, sprayed-in bedliner, locking tailgate, vinyl upholstery, 40/20/40-split front bench seat, cruise control, tilt-only steering wheel, and a six-speaker sound system complete with USB inputs and an auxiliary plug. MSRP for the trim starts at $24,385.
HFE (High Fuel Economy)
The next trim is available as a Two-Wheel Drive regular cab only. This option includes several rear-end gearing options, cloth upholstery, a tonneau cover, power accessories, and an automatic engine stop-start feature. Bluetooth is an option. MSRP for this trim starts at $28,895.
The features on the Tradesman and HFE as a standard, the SLT trim adds in 17-inch alloy wheels, dual gloveboxes, and chrome exterior trim. MSRP starts at $29,010.
All of the features mentioned are already a standard on the Sport trim but it still comes with a tuned dual exhaust, LED running/turn signal lights, body-colored grille/bumpers, folding/auto-dimming outside mirrors, 20-inch alloy wheels, foglights, front bucket seats with a center console, heated front seats and steering wheel, dual-zone automatic climate control, power-adjustable pedals, and an 8.4-inch touchscreen display with rearview camera, and Uconnect Access system for emergency roadside assistance, text-to-speech messaging capability, 3G WiFi, voice control, streaming internet radio, 115-volt power outlet, and LED cabin lighting. MSRP for the trim starts at $34,430.
Equipped with the features of the Sport trim as a standard, the Laramie makes a few adjustments with chrome bumpers/grille, front bench seat, two-tone paint; and also adds heated mirrors, leather front seats, driver memory functions, wood-grain/chrome interior trim, upgraded sound system with subwoofer, and a six-way power passenger seat. MSRP for this trim starts at $40,200.
Available as a crew cab only, the Longhorn trim includes a spray-in bedliner, mesh grille insert, larger fuel tank, tow hooks, front/rear parking sensors, remote ignition, HD radio, Yelp-based search engine, and navigation system with traffic updates. The MSRP for this trim starts at $45,960.
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