Do you want a Ram 1500 Classic with the ability to go off-roading? Well, you’re in luck because the 2021 Ram 1500 Classic could be gaining an affordable off-roading package. Check out what we know about the Ram 1500 Warlock All-Terrain bundle.
The Ram 1500 Classic Warlock off-roading package
The Ram 1500 Classic is returning for the 2021 model year. It should offer three trim levels as the 2020 Ram 1500 Classic does, only an off-roading package may also be available. The package won’t transform this truck into a Ram 1500 Classic TRX, but it will still gain off-roading power and capability.
With the Warlock model, you will be able to add the Warlock All-Terrain package. So far, we know that the package includes all-terrain Yokohama tires with a full-size spare, 17-inch aluminum wheels that are black, and all-weather floor mats for the front and rear.
About the Ram 1500 Classic Warlock
The Ram 1500 Classic Warlock is also a bit more off-roading ready than other models. It comes with a 1-inch factory suspension lift, heavy-duty rear shocks, Rebel-like bumpers to improve approach and departure angles, and tow hooks.
Plus, the Ram Warlock has a distinctive look to set it apart with a black grille, black cladding over the wheel arches, badging, and other blacked-out accents.
More changes could be included with the 2021 Ram 1500 Classic, and more could be included with the Warlock off-roading packages, but that information is being kept under wraps for now.
Pricing for the Warlock All-Terrain package hasn’t been announced yet, but the base model may start around $30,145. This has the $1,695 destination fee factored in. Also, the Warlock model could begin around $38,040. However, information about the 2021 Ram truck lineup should be revealed soon.
What’s new for the 2021 Ram 1500 Classic?
The Ram 1500 Classic must be a good option because it’s been around since 2009. But in 2021, not much is changing aside from the possible new Warlock All-Terrain off-roading package. However, it may have a price increase of $200 over the previous model.
There are three trim levels to choose from, including the Tradesman, Express, and Warlock. This is also the third year that the Ram 1500 Classic is being sold beside the redesigned Ram 1500. It continues to beat the reaper.
Why would anyone choose the Ram 1500 Classic, though? Well, it’s a cheaper budget model. The Ram 1500 Classic has a lower base price than the newly redesigned model. However, keep in mind that the Ram 1500 Classic is an older truck.
Because it is an older truck model, some of the newer comfort, convenience, and advanced technology features that other trucks provide are missing. However, maybe the 2021 Ram 1500 Classic will receive some tech updates.