FCA Releases Complete Pricing for 2019 Ram 1500

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has followed up its release of pricing for select 2019 Ram 1500s with pricing for the entire lineup of the new half ton. As you know, FCA has two Michigan plants producing the Ram 1500. The 2019s are being built at the Sterling Heights Assembly Plant, while the Warren Truck Assembly Plant continues to build previous-generation Ram 1500s in all three cab configurations in lower trim levels at 2018 pricing. That's so Ram can provide dealers and fleet buyers with cost-effective choices for as long as parent company FCA production gurus decide.

In the meantime, here are all the 2019 Ram 1500 prices for the various cab configurations, driveline choices, bed lengths and trim levels. Quad Cab models will have the 6-foot, 4-inch bed. All prices include the $1,645 (highest in the class) destination fee.

Tradesman (3.6-liter eTorque V-6 standard)

  • Quad Cab 4x2: $33,340
  • Quad Cab 4x4: $36,840
  • Crew Cab 4x2: $36,140
  • Crew Cab 4x4: $39,640
  • Crew Cab 4x2 long-wheel base: $36,440
  • Crew Cab 4x4 LWB: $39,940

Big Horn (3.6-liter eTorque V-6 standard)

  • Quad Cab 4x2: $37,340
  • Quad Cab 4x4: $40,840
  • Crew Cab 4x2: $40,040
  • Crew Cab 4x4: $43,540
  • Crew Cab 4x2 LWB: $40,340
  • Crew Cab 4x4 LWB: $43,840

Rebel (3.6-liter eTorque V-6 standard)

  • Quad Cab 4x4: $46,340
  • Crew Cab 4x2: $45,640
  • Crew Cab 4x4: $49,140

Laramie (5.7-liter Hemi V-8 standard)

  • Quad Cab 4x2: $42,335
  • Quad Cab 4x4: $45,835
  • Crew Cab 4x2: $45,035
  • Crew Cab 4x4: $48,535
  • Crew Cab 4x2 LWB: $45,335
  • Crew Cab 4x4 LWB: $48,835

Longhorn (5.7-liter Hemi V-8 standard)

  • Crew Cab 4x2: $53,035
  • Crew Cab 4x4: $56,535
  • Crew Cab 4x2 LWB: $53,335
  • Crew Cab 4x4 LWB: $56,835

Limited (5.7-liter Hemi V-8 standard)

  • Crew Cab 4x2: $55,535
  • Crew Cab 4x4: $59,035
  • Crew Cab 4x2 LWB: $55,835
  • Crew Cab 4x4 LWB: $59,335

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Comments

Actually it looks pretty reasonable. But that's still be a little high until some decent rebates hit.

@Don
It's Ram, there will be rebates

"It's Ram, there will be rebates"

It's a pickup truck; there will be rebates.

When is the v6 available? as well as ram box’s on 6ft bed?

When is the v6 available? as well as ram box’s on 6ft bed?
Posted by: Tim | Mar 27, 2018

@Tim

I think FCA wants to sell legacy models instead.

Buyers wanting a V6 or non-hybrid Hemi will be dollar-motivated to buy the older model still available on showroom floors.

No e Torque pricing on the V8?

Junk

Junk

@Tim G

I recall seeing something that said the E torque HEMI adds about $1500 to the price, on top of the standard engine.

The e torque system adds $800 to the cost of a Hemi.

Hemi is $1195 over the v6.

Hemi with e torque is $1995 over the v6.

Ram's build and price for the 2019 has been up for a couple of weeks now.

The e torque system adds $800 to the cost of a Hemi.

Hemi is $1195 over the v6.

Hemi with e torque is $1995 over the v6.

Ram's build and price for the 2019 has been up for a couple of weeks now.

Oh Beautiful My Eco-Boost Is
It's All American Made
The Most Engine Power That Never Breaks Down Not Need Roadside Aid
Oh Eco-Boost, Oh Eco-Boost !
We All Love You
You Are The Best Too Bad All The Rest Don't Own One Too!

If you buy a new Ram at least you can save money on condoms
ha-ha-ha

You can drive your new Ram with the mirrors pulled out NOT pulling a trailer
ha-ha-ha

Bruce Jenner must be a Ram owner because he's still having tranny problems
ha-ha-ha

Fiat-C.A. Ram can take their e torque and iPad and shove it. This truck is too much money and falls flat.

No single cab offered now? Ok, that just made my decision for me, regular cab f-150 4x4 it is!!

Oh Beautiful My Eco-Boost Is
It's All American Made
The Most Engine Power That Never Breaks Down Not Need Roadside Aid
Oh Eco-Boost, Oh Eco-Boost !
We All Love You
You Are The Best Too Bad All The Rest Don't Own One Too!


Posted by: Ecoboost Rules | Mar 27, 2018 3:50:05 PM

Must have failed math class EBR, lol
Your pathetic v6 car engine in your beer can truck.
Better get those recalls handled. Ford say's to STOP driving them. I did in 96 when my Ford burnt to the ground. Good luck and park it away from my Ram thank you in advanced.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_puRqvSoCA&t=5s

Expensive for what they are.

$80,000 for a Laramie!!! Expensive?? An understatement....

@HEMI V8.. Yup keep your junk away from my Truck too.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQvuK7b16dQ&t=350s

Must have failed math class EBR, lol
Your pathetic v6 car engine in your beer can truck.
Better get those recalls handled. Ford say's to STOP driving them. I did in 96 when my Ford burnt to the ground. Good luck and park it away from my Ram thank you in advanced.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_puRqvSoCA&t=5s

Posted by: HEMI V8 | Mar 28, 2018 1:36:48 AM

I'm not defending that kid. He's the Ford version of "GMSRGRETTA/johnnydoe/TNT", but dodge has a nice history of catching on fire too. The EcoBoost is in fact a great truck engine. Low rpm torque with high rpm hp. I like the new Ram's just hope they fixed the weak structure for better crash testing. The "beer can" gives you the best chance at actually walking away from a crash. The current Ram gives you the best chance and needing prosthetic legs.

Pics of the new Ram doesn't do them justice. I just saw one at the dealer, sat in it and checked it out except for driving and I can say if quality holds up to what I saw Ram has a winner with this 2019 model for sure and I have never owned one before but am now considering it. I was VERY impressed with interior quality and feel.



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