2013 Ram 1500 Updated Pricing Released

2013 Ram 1500 Updated Pricing Released

The new Ram 1500 pricing sheets are out, and there are plenty of choices. Given how much new technology and material upgrades are part of this redesign, pricing is not much different from 2012. We take that as a clear indication of how aggressive Ram Trucks is going to be in the future and how much more aggressive GM and Ford will have to be as well.

MSRPs for the 2013 Ram 1500 will average just over 1 percent higher than 2012 prices. The starting price for the 2013 Ram 1500 will be $23,585, including a $995 destination charge. The 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 with the eight-speed TorqueFlite 8 transmission is a $1,000 option over the 4.7-liter V-8 with a six-speed offered on Tradesman models. The Ram Active Level air suspension option will be priced at $1,595.

2013 Ram 1500 Updated Pricing Released
2013 Ram 1500 Updated Pricing Released
2013 Ram 1500 Updated Pricing Released

Comments

So Texas gets the Lone Star and everyone else get's the Bighorn. Same truck; different badge.
We sure are special here in the Lone Star, Texas Edition and Longhorn State. Does any other state get their own badges?

I see a Sierra Madre reference coming......

Completely irrelevant to what everyone is talking about, but why would you have a boat in a field? Like put a trailer of hay or some cattle behind the truck.

MTRoads is totally correct, Why does the RAM have that huge transmission hump, on the passenger side footwell? It's a big truck after all, I'm sure they could figure a better way to package it. I'm hoping the 2013 with the Torquflite 8 will get rid of this! And why doesn't Chevrolet offer a 6 1/2 ft bed on a crew cab?...I won't even get into GM's lack of choice in colors/interiors that are available...until Chevrolet and Dodge figure out a few basic fundamentals of what truck owners want, they will be always relegated to number 2, and 3 in truck sales.

The other big news for this truck is that the HFE (high fuel economy) model will have the best half-ton gas-mileage numbers of any full-size pickup, ripping the title away from the 3.7-liter V-6 Ford F-150. The HFE Ram is expected to get 18/25 mpg city/highway and 21 mpg combined. Also, it will be the first and only model in the Ram lineup to have the new Fiat-sourced start/stop engine technology.



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