One of the best American full-size pickup truck 2020 Ram 1500 Limited will be soon available for the sale. The Limited trim is the top of the offer from this manufacturer and it will bring many new features to this pickup.
Also, the interior of this model is available with the latest tech and the cabin will provide great comfort. This year we will also see some engine modifications and better fuel efficient thanks to the eTorque mild-hybrid system that is available on all Ram 1500 models.
The 2020 Ram 1500 Limited is a handsome and stylish pickup truck. The design is very attractive and it provides a strong look. The upcoming model is exclusively available with the larger crew cab body style and a five-foot, seven-inch bed. The front end of the Limited model will be separated from the standard model thanks to the wider grille and more chrome around. Also, the use of chrome materials will be visible on the door handles, mirror caps, and side-window surrounds.
The newest Ram 1500 Limited pickup truck is a truly elegant-looking model thanks to six-spoke 20-inch wheels and LED headlights and taillights. The color options list is also long and the new model will get an optional color this year Maximum Steel metallic gray paint that cost $200.
2020 Ram 1500 Limited Interior Hosts Comfort
Spacious, earnest, and luxurious, is the forthcoming 2020 Ram 1500 Limited. The new model provides plenty of space and greatly arranged interior with quality materials. The limited trim is the top of the offer and buyers with this trim will get a leather-lined bucket seat to offer 12-way power adjustment, heating and cooling functions, and a wood-trim cover dashboard.
Also, the center stack in the cabin comes with a portrait-oriented 12.0-inch touch screen that runs the latest Uconnect infotainment system. However, models such as Big Horn, Laramie, and Laramie Longhorn will get a smaller 8.4-inch touchscreen, while models like Tradesman, and Rebel 5.0-inch touchscreen. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto compatibility, USB ports are also part of the Limited model.
2020 Ram 1500 Limited Powertrain
The upcoming 2020 Ram 1500 Limited pickup as all version in this line will have under the hood the eTorque mild-hybrid system. The first one that powers this pickup truck is a 3.6-liter V6 engine that makes a 305 HP. The next one is optional 5.7-liter V8 and it delivers 395 horsepower.
The mild-hybrid system will use a 48-volt battery pack and a motor generator to improve the truck’s fuel economy. The eTorgue will add 90 lb-ft more on the V6 and 130 to the V8. The total torque of the V6 is 269 lb-ft, while on V8 410 lb-ft. The two-wheel drive system as the 4-wheel-drive configurations is available. The EPA rating is only available for the V8 model. Furthermore, in the city/highway fuel economy of this type of engine is 15/22 mpg for the model with 2WD, 15/21 mpg for the 4WD and17/23 mpg for the eTorque – 2WD, 17/22 mpg eTorque – 4WD.
Price and Release Date
The starting price for the 2020 Ram 1500 is around $33,500, this price is for model 2WD Quad Cab Tradesman V6 and including destination charge. The most equipped model Limited that is only available in Crew Cabs and start at $55,500, respectively. This price did not include a 4-wheel drive that cost $3,500 more. In the same pricing, range are models Ford F-150, and the Chevrolet Silverado 1500. According to the latest news, the Ram 1500 Limited will be soon available.
I purchased the 2019 Ram Limited 1500 loaded, the Navigation hasn’t worked properly since I purchase it among other problems. It was in the shop for just a little over a week I believe, they tore it apart and checked all the hardware and software and started a STAR Report I believe they call it. It still doesn’t work, took it back in for another three days without positive results. Took it back in today and it’s still not repaired, I ask all in the chain of Ram to pull out the radio, give it to your engineers and solve the problem and replace my radio stack. I’d talked to Ram Non Customer Service, I mentioned this is probably a problem not wide spread and it was more economical to write me off as a customer than to repair the problem, it was an extremely honest answer from them as I recall, which was yes. I’ve ask repeatedly for them to change out the radio stack, to see if that would solve the problem, they’re having none of that up to this point. Consider this when making your next purchase.
The curious thing about this, I buy new every year and this is the way Ram treats it’s customers. Does Ram think this is the way to attract and keep customers loyal, it must be a two way deal, maybe it’s because Ram isn’t American owned anymore. Someone needs to consider customer issues a priority and what happened to customer satisfaction or simply repairing defective equipment for customers that purchase your new products? It’ll be time to purchase another unit in a few months, how do you retain repeat customers, not like this.
Maybe Ram and myself have different definition’s of customer satisfaction and the meaning of warranty.