When drivers consider a Ram truck near Sandusky, they think of a truck that is tough as nails, but is also one of the most luxurious trucks on the road today - no matter the trim drivers select. Furthermore, the Ram offers possibly the comfiest ride of all trucks in its class. However, Ram trucks offer all these amenities to drivers around Tiffin without sacrificing capability.

The upcoming automotive year will see more trim levels available for the Ram 1500, including an add-on package for the Laramie and Rebel trim levels. There will also be a BackCountry Edition available, and the Limited trim level will see a 10th-anniversary edition that will add to the already luxurious trim.

The Ram power train is known for two engines - a V6 and a V8; however, there are also diesel variations available. Ram will offer V6 and V8 hybrid variations that pair the standard V6 or V8 engine with a 48-volt electric motor and battery hybrid system. A 5.7-liter HEMI will also be available in a non-hybrid version as well. Ram will also offer a 3.0 liter V6 diesel (called an EcoDiesel). Customers should also note that all Ram trims offer a remarkable rear suspension that lends to the comfort of the ride; this is due to the coil springs that are standard on all Ram vehicles. Keep in mind that customers may opt for available air springs as well. Those who opt for this air spring suspension will enjoy adjustable ride heights that can aid in fuel economy as well as be adjusted for going off-road.

When it comes to towing and payload, the Ram is one of the toughest light-duty trucks available. The standard Ram 1500 can pull up to 12,750 pounds with a maximum payload of 2,320 pounds.

The interior of the Ram 1500 is the pride of the Ram truck; even at the standard trim, the Ram offers higher-quality interior materials as well as lots of interior space. While the top-level trims will offer the most luxury, even mid-level trims will offer heated and cooled seats and a panoramic sunroof. Top trim levels will offer leather upholstery and accents as well as genuine wood grain in the doors and interior dash. The Ram 1500 also offers tons of storage space, with storage "cubbies" throughout the cabin and plenty of legroom in the rear of the Crew Cab and the Quad Cab.

Speaking of interior features, the Ram 1500 is also known for the level of technology features it offers. The technology leads the light-duty truck class, and all tucks offer intuitive touchscreens with which to access the infotainment system. The latest Ram version will offer Apple CarPlay and Android Auto standard across the trim levels. A mobile hotspot will help to entertain all your passengers as you ride in the comfy Ram 1500.

Standard safety features in the Ram 1500 included automated emergency braking and lane keeping assist; however, higher trim levels will also offer blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, automatic high beam headlights, and adaptive cruise control. Keep in mind that each of these safety features is optional and only available at certain trim levels.

The Ram 1500 has added a few trim levels as well as optional packages that have expanded the truck's lineup. The Tradesman is still the base trim of the truck's lineup; however, the HFE and the Lone Star trims have been added on the lower end of trims. The Big Horn and Laramie offer mid-level trims with plenty of amenities, and the Rebel is the performance trim of the truck line. Those who wish for all the features and amenities will want to opt for the Longhorn or the Limited.

If you would like to learn more about the Ram 1500, visit us at Myers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Bellevue, OH. Our team would be proud to assist you with all of your vehicle-related needs, whether you’re a new buyer or an experienced car shopper.

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