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The top trim levels of the 2022 Ram 1500 transform the work truck into a true luxury vehicle. We have ordered the top three trim levels of the Ram 1500 by base MSRP. That said, they have three distinct personalities. Furthermore, as you load up any of these top-trim Rams with options, their prices of all three can rocket into the same, stratospheric, $70k+ range. Read on to ogle the Ram 1500 Limited, Longhorn Limited, and TRX. Or click on any of the articles in our Ram 1500 trim level series in the table of contents below:

2022 Ram 1500 Limited Longhorn ($56,080)

A 2022 Ram 1500 Limited Longhorn trim level pickup truck | Stellantis
2022 Ram 1500 Limited Longhorn | Stellantis

The Limited Longhorn offers a timeless premium finish for the Ram 1500. Unlike the top-trim Limited, Ram outfitted the Limited Longhorn interior with classic wood and earth tones. You can load the Limited Longhorn with all the options, including full leather bucket seats in a brown color not available on the top-trim Limited.

A special chrome grille, bumpers, and door handles distinguish every 2022 Ram 1500 Limited Longhorn. In addition, Ram outfits the truck with chrome wheel-to-wheel side steps and tow hooks. The Longhorn Limited trim also upgrades the Ram 1500’s standard rims to 20-inch aluminum units.

Inside, the standard 2022 Ram 1500 Limited Longhorn enjoys leather-trimmed bucket seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. The driver’s seat offers four-way power lumbar adjustment. The Limited Longhorn brings some of the front seat luxury options to the rear passengers with heated “outboard” seats.

Every Limited Longhorn also has a “Longhorn” themed 7-inch digital driver’s cluster and an 8.4-inch infotainment screen loaded with Uconnect 5.

Other standard goodies for the Limited Longhorn include rear under-seat storage and “parksense” parking with stop assist. The Limited Longhorn only comes with the larger crew cab, but you can choose between a 5’7″ bed or a 6’4″ bed. You can also choose between the V6 engine, 5.7-liter V8 or EcoDiesel as well as 2WD or 4WD.

2022 Ram 1500 Limited ($60,795)

Promo photo of a red 2022 Limited trim level of a Ram 1500 | Stellantis
2022 Ram 1500 Limited | Stellantis

The 2022 Limited is the top-trim Ram 1500. It is a slick, luxurious take on the American pickup truck.

Firstly, the truck comes with drivetrain options maxed out: You cannot get a Limited with the V6 engine, its base engine is the 5.7-liter HEMI V8, its upgrade option is the EcoDiesel. Lesser Ram 1500s have the option of air suspension, but it is a standard feature on the Limited.

The Limited also boasts unique chrome, 20-inch polished aluminum wheels, and power running boards. Inside, the Ram 500 Limited offers leather bucket seats, luxury door panel trim, and a steering wheel wrapped in wood and leather.

Every Ram 1500 Limited features wireless charging as well as a 12-inch infotainment touchscreen with Uconnect and upgraded driver aid software. This standard software includes blind spot and cross path detection. The top-trim Ram’s HVAC system is dual-zone automatic temperature control.

2022 Ram 1500 TRX ($73,480)

A blue 2022 Ram 1500 TRX off-roading | Stellantis
2022 Ram 1500 TRX | Stellantis

The TRX is the flagship of the 2022 Ram 1500 lineup. This one-of-a-kind pickup is built around a 700+ horsepower supercharged “Hellcat” V8. The TRX’s long-travel suspension is inspired by desert racing trophy trucks. This supertruck is the most powerful production pickup truck of all time.

To upgrade the standard 1500 for high performance, Ram’s engineers added a dual exhaust system, locking rear differential, and Bilstein Black Hawk shock system. The TRX features custom bodywork, including fender flares to fit its 35-inch Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain tires.

Unlike the Limited and Limited Longhorn, the Ram TRX’s interior is performance-themed. It is available with carbon fiber and racing accent colors. Read more about the Ram TRX and exotic supertruck class it inspired or see the Ram 1500 Limited’s “Night Edition” package in the video below: