The RAM 1500 is a popular full-size, light-duty truck that is available in six trim levels. Each of these trim levels gives the RAM 1500 its unique character. If you have been considering the RAM 1500, then you will want to know more about each of the available trim levels. Here's a look at what each RAM 1500 trim level has to offer Benton, KY.


The Tradesmen is the entry-level trim on the RAM 1500. This trim has the lowest starting price and comes along with a 3.6-liter V-8 engine with eTorque. This engine gives the RAM 1500 a total of 395 horsepower. Along with the standard V-6, the Tradesman trim comes with 18-inch steel wheels and 18-inch all-season tires for the winters here in Princeton, KY.

Other standard features on the RAM 1500 Tradesman includes a seven-pin wiring harness and a Class III receiver hitch. You can tow up to 12,750 pounds on this truck and have a max payload of 2,100 pounds.

Overall, the Tradesman is a great choice if you need a work truck at an affordable price. You get all the essential features that you need, plus lots of capability.

Big Horn/Lone Star

If you are looking for all the capability of the Tradesman model but want some appearance upgrades, then you will want to look at the Big Horn/Lone Star trim. This is the next trim level up in the RAM 1500 line-up.

With the Big Horn/Lone Star trim, you get fog lamps, 18-inch aluminum wheels, and leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls. You also get in-cab storage compartments on the crew cab model.

Overall, the Big Horn/Lone Star trim is an excellent value if you want a capable truck that offers a little more when it comes to appearance.


For those who want to add some premium features to the RAM 1500, there is the Laramie trim. This is the third trim level on the RAM 1500. With the Laramie trim, you get leather seating that is equipped with front heating and ventilation. Also, the driver's and the passenger's seat has been upgraded to allow for a 12-way power setting. The standard five-inch touch screen has been upgraded to the 8.1-inch model. Finally, the Laramie trim has an upgraded 9-speaker Alpine audio system.

Overall, the Laramie trim is a great option if you spend lots of time in your truck. The comfortable seats and upgraded tech will make every drive more enjoyable.


Are you looking for that rugged, off-road look? Then you will want to get into the Rebel trim. This RAM 1500 comes standard with four-wheel drive, a black-out grille, and 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires. To give you more capability off-road, the Rebel comes with Elocker electronic locking rear differential Other standard features on the Rebel trim include LED headlamps, taillamps, and fog lights.

Overall, the Rebel trim is a great choice if you love to go off the beaten path with your truck.

Laramie Longhorn

For those who are serious about luxury in their truck, there is the Laramie Longhorn trim. With this trim level, you get premium leather seats and genuine wood or metal trim inlays throughout the cabin. On the exterior, you get 20-inch aluminum wheels and chrome wheel-to-wheel side steps. Finally, the exterior adds LED projector headlights.


The Limited is the top trim in the RAM 1500 line-up. The Laramie comes with lots of upgraded tech features such as a UConnect 12-inch touchscreen, wireless phone charging, and more. On the exterior, the Limited trim brings you active-level corner air suspension, power running boards, and blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-path and trailer detections.

Overall, the Limited is one of the most well equipped full-size, light-duty trucks found on the road today.

Visit David Taylor CDJR of Benton Today!

If you would like to take a test drive of the RAM 1500, please visit David Taylor CDJR of Benton in Benton, KY today. Whether you're Hardin, KY or Mayfield, KY, be sure to ask about any available dealership incentives.

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