Ram made a few tweaks in the middle of the 2015 model year with the addition of the Laramie Limited and the Rebel versions of its 1500 pickup truck. Today, the automaker has revealed the pricing on the two models.
The 1500 Rebel rolls in with quite the snarling attitude, as it features an increased ride height, 33-inch Toyo tires on 17-inch wheels, billet silver skid plates, tow hooks, an all-new black grille with “RAM” in billet silver, and a black off-road front bumper.
On the inside, the Rebel is equally awesome with its Radar Red and black seats with fabric inserts, Light Diesel Grey contrast stitching and Rebel nameplate, and a Radar Red Ram’s head embroidered on the headrests. What’s more, those fabric inserts on the seats feature a pattern identical to the tread of the Toyo tires.
The 2015 Ram 1500 Rebel is available in several crew cab configurations, and its base setup includes the 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 and rear-wheel drive. This standard configuration starts out at $42,790. For those who prefer four-wheel drive with their extra ground clearance, you can get the Rebel with the 3.6-liter engine and four-wheel drive for $44,720. The 5.7-liter Hemi Rebel with four-wheel drive starts out at $46,370.
The Laramie Limited model goes the opposite direction of the Rebel, as it gives the truck a posher look and feel. The outside is more luxurious looking thanks to the all-new chrome grille with “RAM” lettering, chrome “RAM” lettering on the tailgate, and other chrome accents. Rounding out the exterior are 20-inch forged multi-surface aluminum wheels.
On the inside, the Laramie pushes the bounds of the pickup truck segment with black leather seating, various interior components made from real wood, special badges, accent stitching, and more.
Like the Rebel, the Laramie limited is available in various configurations, all of which are have a crew cab. The base model, which comes with rear-wheel drive and the 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 starts out at $50,675. Swapping the V-8 for the 29 mpg EcoDiesel 3.0-liter bumps the price to $53,795. Four-wheel drive increases the Hemi-powered model’s price to $54,180, while the EcoDiesel with four-wheel drive jumps to $57,300. None of the aforementioned prices include the $1,195 destination fee.