2025 Ram 1500 Tungsten: $90K Truck

Most Range Offers Good Value

Ram unveiled the expenses for most of their 2025 1500 lineup, starting from $42,270 up to the leading-edge Tungsten trim for a cost of $89,150. According to Car and Driver, this new pricing stratum has been established, however there is still no word on the prices of the advanced Ramcharger, the remarkable Ram 1500 REV, or the much-awaited RHO which vows to go toe-to-toe with Ford’s EcoBoost V6 Raptor.

The cost of the Tradesman has gone up by $855 to reach $42,270. It keeps its long-standing 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 that flaunts a 48-volt mild-hybrid system and 305 horsepower and 271 lb-ft of torque. This same engine can be found under the hood of entry-level to mid-level trims like the HFE, Lone Star and Big Horn.

The most recent outline for 2024 is notably distinctive from its predecessor; this time around, a default 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline-six – labelled the Hurricane – has been made available as an alternative to the 5.7-liter Hemi V8 option offered in the outgoing version.

The 420-hp model adds an impressive decrease in pricing of $2,695 from the past fee of $3,000 that Ram initially demanded for the dated V8. The naturally aspirated V8 cranked out 395 hp and 410 lbs-ft of torque; therefore, the newbie engine of 420 hp/469 lb-ft give you more muscle for fewer dollars without consuming so much fuel. Besides, it is the only available choice if you want a 6.4-inch bed.

The conventional-issue Hurricane comes as standard with the Laramie and Rebel. These trims are on sale for a price tag of $62,025 and $66,190 individually. Standard across all model levels is rear-wheel propulsion and an 8-gear automated transmission. The only edition which comes with four-wheel drive equipment as stock is the Rebel; as it’s most suitable for off-road functioning.

As we progress through the Limited ($77,150) and Longhorn ($77,645) iterations, a more powerful version of the Hurricane engine, boasting a formidable 540 horsepower, will be installed as standard. This altered edition of the engine will also feature in Ram’s recently introduced challenger to the TRX that has now become discontinued. Both models are offered with 4WD exclusively.

Somewhat justifying its near-$90,000 MSRP, the Tungsten boasts an arsenal of luxury features, including a high-performance engine, 4WD and swish leather upholstery, with diamond-esque knurled metal accents. Everything is electronically powered plus the top-notch infotainment system is ideally matched with the Klipsch Reference Premiere 23-speaker sound system.

Though the cost has not been determined, it will be interesting to observe where the Ramcharger, Ram 1500 REV, and RHO fit into the market. With its astonishing 663 horsepower, there is no other vehicle quite like the Ramcharger; consequently, our speculation regarding pricing would be merely an assumption. Considering the costs of electric trucks, we anticipate that the price tag range could likely span from $50,000 to $100,000. With regards to the RHO, we predict that its rate should be as close to the $77,000 marked for the F-150 Raptor as possible.

Asking how the Tungsten stacks up with other high-end pickups? Well, it’s notably more expensive – about $7,000 over the F-150 Limited and nearly $20K over the Chevrolet Silverado High Country. In contrast, the Toyota Tundra Capstone is a budget-friendly choice, costing about $11,000 less than the Tungsten.

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