Ram 1500 Trim Levels

Ram 1500 is one of the hardest working, best performing pickups on the roads of Chittenden County, from St. Albans to South Burlington and beyond, and it's the only pickup that remembers to work some luxury and comfort into the mix as well. Let's check out a breakdown of the new 2018 Ram 1500 trim levels and explore the range of features, options, and configurations available at each in our Ram 1500 inventory.

Configurations Available

There are three cab styles and three bed lengths for the new Ram 1500. The Regular Cab does not have a back seat. It's available either in standard 6-foot bed or extended 8-foot bed. The Quad Cab is a 4-door with back seat that seats six and is only available with the 6-foot bed. The Crew Cab features more room for passengers in the back, and can be had with the standard bed, or a short 5-foot, 7-inch bed.

Engine Options

Most Ram 1500 trim levels are powered by a 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine delivering 305 horsepower and 269 lb-ft in torque. At the Rebel, the Laramie, the Longhorn, and the Limited trim levels, you can get a bigger, 5.7L HEMI® V8 with 395 horsepower and 410 lb-ft of torque. Finally, there's a 3.0L V6 diesel engine coming later this year that will put out 240 horsepower with a hefty 420 lb-ft of torque.

2018 Ram 1500 Trim Levels

There are 11 different 2018 Ram 1500 trim levels from which to choose. These include the Tradesman, the Express, the Big Horn (Lone Star in Texas), Sport, the Night, the Harvest, the Lone Star Silver, the Laramie, the Rebel, the Laramie Longhorn, and the Limited.

Base Tradesman or Express

The base Tradesman comes with the basics comforts, and it includes spray-in bed liner, cruise control, and a Class-IV hitch. Express trims lose the hitch and the bed liner, but add special body-colored trim on the exterior as well as 20-inch wheels.

Big Horn

The Big Horn (Lone Star) trim starts with the Tradesman and adds a 110-volt power port, 8.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system (Uconnect® Access), dual zone climate control, and power driver's seat.

The Sport or Night Trims

Both of these trims give you bucket seats, 20-inch wheels, ambient interior lighting, projector headlights, and adjustable pedals. The differences are largely in looks-Night models have an entirely black appearance.


The Ram Harvest is an agricultural-focused trim which gives you higher ground clearance, all-terrain tires, tow hooks and skid plates, tubular side steps, and special chromed bumpers, grille and trim outside.

Laramie and Laramie Longhorn

The Laramie starts with the Big Horn and adds wood accents, heated and cooled leather seats up front, auto-dim mirrors, driver memory settings, and an upgraded 10-speaker audio. The Laramie Longhorn comes with a crew cab V8 configuration, special paint scheme, automatic wipers and high beams, side-step bars, custom leveling air suspension, and upgraded upholstery.


The Ram Rebel is an off-road variant which looks similar to the Sport, but with 17-inch wheels, all-terrain tires, Bilstein shock absorbers, LED fog lights, tow hooks, and keyless entry.

Check out the Ram 1500 at Goss Dodge Chrysler

If you've got any questions or you'd like to check out the 2018 Ram 1500 trim levels yourself on the roads of Chittenden County, St. Albans, or South Burlington, contact Goss Dodge Chrysler today. 

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