Since the 1960s, we’ve already seen Ford and Chevy as full-size trucks with its functionality. Meanwhile, if we take a look at Mopar, Ram has quietly been selling its half-ton full-size trucks well. Just a few units behind Chevrolet, for your information. This rate hasn’t changed drastically since 2009.
You can find Ram Ecodiesel for sale everywhere since this truck so compelling to people who previously would never have thought to buy this truck. Stability is the key why Ram Ecodiesel for sale is everywhere.
The Ram Ecodiesel has been in constant third place in the list of best-selling full-size pickup in the United States. The truck ranks behind the first-place Ford F-150 and second-place Chevrolet Silverado. But without media play from the company or a whole lot of attention, the Ram Ecodiesel has provided buyers with a workable and stable platform for both work trucks and kind of Cowboy Cadillac which cost you $60,000.
Ram Ecodiesel for Sale Pricing and trims
The Ram Ecodiesel starts at $52,350 and the price is for the two-wheel drive truck only. If you want to buy four-wheel drive, you have to spend up to $55,900. That’s the bad news for Ram Ecodiesel. The options are also limited, only a few nickel and dime.
But, there is still good news for you who want to purchase this truck, Ram offers a lot of trim in the 1500 edition. You can choose that option if you’re not satisfied with a sizeable endowment. The range already includes the bare-bones. The price starts at $26,150 for Tradesman, $27,550 for the Express, $33,760 for the Big Horn, $31,760 for the Lone Star, $39,700 for the Outdoorsman, $36,000 for the Sport, $43,300 for the Rebel, $39,665 for the Laramie, $38,785 for the Laramie Longhorn, and $37,700 for the Tradesman HFE with an addition of crew crab body configuration.
Those prices above are all for the two-wheel drive trims. If you want to purchase four-wheel drive, you need to add around $4,000 and a few hundred bucks depends on the trim. And if you are in the market to find one of these or another full-size pickup, you will face a lot of configuration available so you have to choose wisely.
Ram Ecodiesel puts more emphasis on advanced safety equipment and offsets crash testing. This is a whole new world since much full-size truck seems to fall to the bottom for safety equipment.
For Ram Ecodiesel there are supplemental side airbags, multistage stage airbags, tire pressure monitoring system, side curtain airbags, as well as traction and stability control. As for the Limited you will get a standard ParkSense front and rear park assist system. But both the standard and ecodiesel version already has ParkView rear backup camera.
The things that you should be aware of is that back in the 2016, the IIHS evaluated most of the full-size pickups including the Ram Ecodiesel, and the result shows that this truck came in dead last. It gets bad marks for its structure.