2020 Ram HD Trucks Revealed

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In Auburn, Michigan, test track shots of Ram’s new line of 2020 heavy-duty pickup trucks (2500 and 3500) reveal a tough looking body and a large, redesigned front grille of 1500.  During testing, the new trucks have four different variations. The vehicles are expected to make a first quarter debut, hopefully at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Competition in the full-size truck category are extremely competitive. FCA continues to see growth with the Ram brand with sales at 477,000 through November of 2018. This is a 4.5% increase over last years sales. 

The photos show different trim levels: Ram 2500 Limited, Limited MegaCab, the Laramie Longhorn and Big Horn. 

The Ram 2500 Limited has a chrome grille and surround, dual nostrils on either side of the Ram badge complimented with wave-patterned bars. It has chrome wheels, side mirrors, door handles, town hooks and badging.



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The Limited MegaCab also features chrome trim. It has the larger cabin to increase the interior space and features the RamBox cargo storage.


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The Laramie Longhorn has the wide grille bars and full surround on the front fascia, including the front and rear bumpers. It appears that the steering wheel is made of wood, like trims previewed previously. 


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The Big Horn Ram 3500 has the dual-rear wheel. It has a plastic honeycomb grille design, black bumpers and standard headlamps. It will include fixed running boards versus the automatic boards like higher trim levels.


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Written by: Andee Oehm

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