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The 2024 Ram 3500 is a rugged workhorse. It’s one of the heavy-duty pickup trucks of the brand, along with the 2500 model. With brawny construction and enormous towing capacity, this full-size ride can handle just about anything.

So, how much can car shoppers expect to pay for a new Ram 3500, from its entry-level base trim to its top trim with all available add-ons? Here’s how much a fully loaded 2024 Ram 3500 costs. 

The entry-level 2024 Ram 3500 Tradesman

The 2024 Ram 3500 Tradesman ($48,875 plus destination) is built to work. From its no-frills build to its heavy-duty Hemi engine, this pickup is a function-first setup.

For the 2024 model year, every Ram Heavy Duty model comes standard with a Tailgate Ajar warning lamp, according to Stellantis. The 3500 also features the Ram’s trademark big-rig grille and comes standard in a regular cab with an 8′ box. Buyers can also opt for a crew cab with an 8′ or 6’4″ box.

A heavy-duty 6.4-liter Hemi V8 resides under the hood, making a stout 410 hp and 429 lb-ft of torque. An eight-speed auto routes power through the rear wheels for smooth, reliable performance. Additional engine options include a 6.7-liter HO Cummins turbo diesel (420 hp, 1,075 lb-ft of torque) and a 6.7-liter Cummins turbo diesel (370 hp, 860 lb-ft of torque). Customers can also add four-wheel drive.

Inside, a basic, durable interior has work-focused features. Up front, a 40/20/40 spit bench seat uses vinyl trim for sturdy comfort. A behind-the-seat storage bin stows essential gear. Black vinyl floor covering stands up to wear and tear. A 5-inch touchscreen runs the Uconnect 3 infotainment interface, and standard air conditioning keeps things cool in the summer.

For enhanced safety on any trip, the Ram 3500 Tradesman has electronic roll mitigation and electronic stability control. That’s in addition to a comprehensive set of airbags, including front, side, and side curtain units.

What’s included in the 2024 Ram 3500 Limited Longhorn?

For top-of-the-line luxury and capability, the 2024 Ram 3500 Limited Longhorn ($91,025 plus destination) delivers.

Outside, the 3500 Limited Longhorn has an upscale look, with chrome details and body-color bumpers. Bi-function LED projector headlamps add high-tech flair, and 18-inch aluminum wheels look cool cruising the boulevard. Buyers can opt for a crew cab or mega cab, with the former available with a 6’4″ or 8′ box and the latter only with a 6’4″ box.

The Cummins 6.7-liter turbo diesel inline-six comes standard for exemplary towing and efficient performance. A six-speed auto handles gear changes, while four-wheel drive ensures all-conditions traction. The high-output version of the Cummins is also available.

The Limited Longhorn’s interior has amenities reminiscent of a high-end luxury car. Premium filigree leather seats offer tailored comfort. Eight-way power adjustable driver’s and passenger’s seats make every trip more comfortable. And the wood/leather-wrapped steering wheel is a luxurious touch.

A 12-inch TFT digital gauge display relays essential data, while a central 8.4-inch touchscreen runs the Uconnect 5 Nav infotainment interface. That includes popular apps like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Lastly, for improved safety while towing, there’s Blind-Spot with Tag-Trailer and Cross-Path Detection and a trailer brake controller.

Accessories and add-ons for the 2024 3500

Drivers can tailor their 2024 Ram 3500 to a variety of uses, whether for construction work or towing an RV. Here are some of our favorite add-ons, accessories, and packages from the Ram catalog.

For enhanced capability, Ram 3500 Tradesman buyers can add four-wheel drive for $2,825.

Or, Tradesmen customers who need the strongest available powerplant can opt for the Cummins 6.7-liter HO turbo diesel for $12,595.

Ram 3500 Limited Longhorn drivers who tow heavy loads can choose automatic-leveling rear suspension for $1,075.

And for $95, the engine block heater is nice to have in frigid climates.

The 2024 Ram 3500 is a heavy-duty pickup for the most challenging jobs. The base-model Tradesman offers a basic build for commercial applications, while the top-trim Limited Longhorn adds luxury car comfort and a standard Cummins turbo diesel. Either way, drivers get a burly pickup they can trust.