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When RAM releases its new truck line, people take notice. RAM knows trucks like few others. The 2022 RAM Truck lineup is no different. Its three models, Ram 1500, Ram 2500, and Ram 3500 provide the same attractive and powerful design common to all Ram models. Though the upgrades in this year’s model aren’t drastic, Ram knows to avoid fixing something that isn’t broken. Browse our inventory, if you see what you like take advantage of the finance offerings and service specialists at Bill Volz Westchester CDJR.
Every new vehicle model year comes out early in January and February, depending on delivery dates and shipping schedules. Though these new models once debuted in early October, this same-year release pattern gives vehicle manufacturers more time for delivery and helps buyers schedule test drives and financing meetings. We’re proud to announce that our stock now includes the latest 2022 Ram models for your purchasing needs. Understanding the Ram 1500, 2500, and 3500 and their trims, power levels, and interior amenities can help make this purchasing decision easier for you.
Let’s take a closer look at the 2022 Ram 1500, 2500, and 3500 to help you decide on the best model for your needs. Each truck provides amenities that help it stand out and make it a great option for many people. Whether you own a Ram and want to upgrade or you own a different make and model that needs replacement, the newest Ram lineup may appeal to you.
The base model 2022 Ram 2022 provides a powerful and attractive vehicle that appeals to many buyers. Let’s get the big question out of the way first. For the engine power, you get a 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 engine that produces 395 horsepower that provides maximum towing poundage of 11,540. This should be good enough for just about any driver. Take your fifth-wheel camper or use this classy model to tow your travel trailer with ease.
Safety features include blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-path detection, four-corner air suspension, and a multifunction tailgate with 60/50 split swing-away doors. Moving inside the truck, expect a dual-zone automatic temperature control system, premium leather bucket seats, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Trims include the Limited, Limited Longhorn, Rebel, Laramie, Big Horn, and Tradesman, all with different amenities and design features.
As for other amenities, you get the Uconnect 5C Navigation tool with a 12-inch touch screen, customizable home screens, membership in Ram Connect, a powerful air filtration system, a trailer hitch light and trailer identification, 20-inch polished aluminum wheels, and a 19-speaker premium audio system. These amenities make the Ram 1500 a powerful and comfortable truck for individual and family use.
Upgrading to the 2022 Ram 2500 provides many unique benefits and advantages. First, this model includes an available 6.7-liter turbo-diesel I-6 engine that produces 370 horsepower, 850 lb-ft of torque, and a maximum towing capacity of 20,000 pounds. The 6.4-liter V-8 engine produces 410 horsepower, 850 lb-ft of torque, and has full towing power of 19,990 pounds. As a result, this model works best for those looking to haul heavy loads.
It also features the same trim levels as the Ram 1500, each with distinct advantages. For example, you get the same air filtration system and many features from the 2022 Ram 1500, including Uconnect and various entertainment options. However, the Ram 2500 also includes SiriusXM radio, Android Auto, a 17-speaker sound system, multiple seat configurations that let you expand your cargo options, and a center console and charging stations for your electronic needs.
You can also choose from multiple warranty options, including limited diesel powertrain coverage, roadside assistance, and limited gas powertrain protection. The same safety features from the Ram 1500 also feature on this model, though you also get a stronger suspension, faster brakes, and other upgrades. These enhancements make the Ram 2500 a great upgrade for a professional who needs to haul heavy materials or a family-oriented driver.
The high-class Ram 3500 includes a few upgrades from the Ram 2500 that make it a substantial investment for many truck buyers. It includes best-in-class torque and towing capacity ratings on the 6.7-liter high-output turbo-diesel I-6 engine. This includes 1,075 lb-ft of torque and a 37,090-pound towing capacity. This engine also produces 420 horsepower, which helps to make this one of the most powerful and reliable models of its kind on the market today.
Other performance upgrades include a digital review mirror with tow mode, trailer tire pressure monitoring, rear air suspension, and integrated towing hardware. Its attractive exterior design includes the RamBox cargo management, bed outlets for on-site work, bed lights when working at night, power running boards, a kick-out bed step, a dampened tailgate with power release, and streamlined lines that produce an aerodynamic design that helps this truck drive smoothly.
In this way, the 2022 Ram 3500 is designed for hardworking people, particularly those who do a lot of hands-on work outdoors. That doesn’t mean it lacks interior comfort amenities. These include off-road pages that keep you fully updated at all times, Uconnect with 4G Wi-Fi hotspot, SiriusXM, Android Auto, a 900-watt surround-sound audio system, comfortable leather seating, and an open backseat that provides maximum comfort for multiple riders.
Though each of these 2022 Ram models provides many benefits, ask yourself these questions before committing to a purchase:
So there you have it, the inside scoop on what to expect with this year’s Ram lineup. Are you interested in taking one for a test drive or learning more about our financing options? Then contact us today at Bill Volz Westchester to get the help you need. Make sure you periodically check out our new vehicle specials to find great deals and surprisingly low prices on the finest vehicles that we have to offer our buyers.