2018 Dodge Ram Tungsten Edition Truck

Jun 29, 2017

Category: Rides

Just because someone wants a capable pickup truck, it doesn’t necessarily mean they want to completely sacrifice style for function. And that’s something that Ford and Chevy have been onboard with for quite some time with their offerings. But now, a new player is entering the luxury pickup space. Dodge has unveiled their new Tungsten Edition Ram Trucks.

The top-level trim option offered by the brand, the Tungsten edition includes (you guessed it) tungsten metal trim around the exterior – most notably, the chrome finish of the front-end grille and accent inserts on the limited edition wheels. The package also includes a premium leather interior with wood trim, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support for the Uconnect 4C touchscreen infotainment system, heated and ventilated seats, and air suspension. This trim package will be available for 1500, 2500, and 3500 Ram pickups starting at $55,120.

Purchase: $55,120+

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