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As the new year approaches, we get to see new trucks like the Ram 1500. Some models have new looks, advanced tech upgrades, trim shuffling, and new engines. Also, it’s always safe to expect increasing prices. However, some 2024 Ram 1500 configurations are actually cheaper than before. 

How much does the 2024 Ram 1500 cost? 

The 2024 Ram 1500 parked at sunset
2024 Ram 1500 | Ram

The 2024 Ram 1500 starts with an MSRP of $37,920. The 2023 model starts at $37,905, so this is an increase of $15. But it still may provide a sigh of relief as rivals have more aggressive upcharges. 

You can get started with a 2024 Ford F-150 for about $36,570, but the 2023 F-150 has an MSRP of $34,585. That’s a 1,985 increase. That said, the F-150 just got a mid-cycle refresh while the Ram 1500 is primarily a carryover model. 

The Ram 1500 Big Horn comes in at $45,130, which is another $15 increase. The Ram 1500 Laramie has a $15 price bump to $55,130, and the Rebel is also $15 more expensive at $55,945. 

Now, the Ram 1500 Limited Longhorn starts at $61,890, which is actually $780 less than before. The Limited got a $1,235 decrease and starts at $66,305. So, the more luxurious options are a little more wallet-friendly. 

The 2024 Ram 1500 TRX brings the price up to $95,490, while the 2023 model begins at $84,850, so that’s about a $10,000 increase. That’s not so budget-friendly. Also, the TRX Final Edition hovers around $119,260. 

These prices do not reflect the $1,995 destination fee that hasn’t increased from 2023. At least some things are holding steady! 

2024 Ram truck: What’s new? 

The 2024 Ram 1500 is primarily a carryover model without any significant style, tech, or power upgrades. We will have to wait for the 2025 Ram 1500 to drop for its mid-cycle refresh, putting it behind the recently updated Ford F-150 and Chevy Silverado 1500. 

We are uncertain about the future of the Ram 1500 Classic because it hasn’t been announced for the 2024 model year. However, it has been sticking around due to popular demand. 

The Warlock package was limited to the Classic model, but now it’s available with the entry-level Tradesman trim. The Ram 1500 Tradesman Warlock features 18-inch black painted wheels wrapped in 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler tires and a 1.0-inch suspension lift. 

Plus, you get Bilstein suspension upgrades, tow hooks, fog lights, skid plates, and an electronically locking rear differential. Cosmetic features include a R-A-M black surround grille and badging. 

The 8.4-inch touchscreen is included, and the Warlock package costs $2,995 but must be paired with the Level 1 Equipment group for $1,235. 

What comes with the Ram TRX Final Edition? 

The 2024 Ram 1500 TRX Final Edition off-roading in sand
2024 Ram 1500 TRX Final Edition | Ram

The 2024 Ram 1500 TRX Final Edition is available in three exclusive colors: Harvest Sunrise, Night Edge Blue, and Delmonico Red. It also has a 6.2-liter hood badge and bed decal. The beadlock-capable wheels have a Satin Titanium finish. 

Interior features include Patina stitching on the dash and seats, with embroidered TRX logos in the seats. A plague on the center console provides the production number since this beast is limited to 4,000 models. 

Carbon fiber accents adorn the door sides, instrument panel, digital guage cluster, and steering wheel. Pops of suede and Satin Titanium complete the package. 

Standard tech includes a 1-speaker Harmon Kardon audio system, head-up display, eight-way power-adjustable seats, digital rearview mirror, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, pedestrian emergency detection, blind spot warning, cross path detection, and park sense. 

Stay tuned for updates, as the 2025 Ram 1500 is expected to come out soon. It could feature the new Hurricane engine.


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