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2025 Ram 1500 Ranges From Low $40,000s to $90,000 – Kelley Blue Book

The 2025 Ram 1500 is not an entirely new truck. But it’s close. Ram has rethought America’s third-best-selling vehicle almost completely, like a neighbor that remodeled their house so thoroughly you’re surprised they didn’t knock it down and rebuild.

The 2025 Ram 1500 rides on the same chassis as the 2024 version. But it wears new bodywork. It carries new engines (and no longer offers a V8 — more on that in a moment).

And Ram introduces a new top-of-the-line luxury model, the Tungsten, equipped like a BMW 7 Series with heated, ventilated, 24-way, quilted leather massaging seats and a 23-speaker Klipsch Reference Premiere audio system.

A Lineup in One Model

America’s three best-selling vehicles are all full-size trucks. That’s true, in part, because of the way automakers choose to market them.

When a car company wants to bring out an affordable SUV, a luxury SUV, and a sporty SUV, they’ll often use many of the same parts but give them three different bodies and three different names. But Ford, Chevrolet, and Ram market tough work trucks, pricey luxurious trucks, and sporty super trucks as trim levels of the same vehicle.

Ram is taking that concept further than ever before for 2025. All of its full-size trucks will be called Ram 1500. But the differences between them might as well make them separate models entirely.

Ram released pricing for most models of the 2025 Ram 1500 this week. The numbers on the sticker will prove the point.

The 2025 Ram 1500 Rebel seen from a rear quarter angle

No More Hemi

Ram will offer three engines to Ram buyers.

Tradesman, Big Horn, and Lone Star models carry a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 with a mild hybrid system making 305 horsepower and 271 lb-ft of torque.

Optional on those models and standard on the Laramie and Rebel will be the new Hurricane inline-6-cylinder engine. It makes 420 horsepower and 469 lb-ft of torque.

Longhorn, Limited, and Tungsten models get the high-output Hurricane. A turbocharged inline-6, it makes 540 horsepower and 521 lb-ft of torque.

Still Waiting on Prices for Plug-In Hybrid, High-Performance Versions

We’re still waiting for pricing on two versions.

A new plug-in hybrid version called the Ramcharger uses a technology we haven’t seen since the Chevy Volt left the market. It functions as an electric truck but carries a V6 as a generator to recharge the battery on the run. The engine has no mechanical connection to the wheels.

And, while the mighty TRX super truck is gone, Ram will introduce a new RHO (officially, Ram High-Output — but even executives at the company already call it the Rhino) to compete with Chevy Silverado 1500 ZR2 Bison and Ford F-150 Raptor models.

The prices of those two remain a mystery.

The interior of the 2025 Ram 1500 Tungsten

2024 Ram 1500 Pricing

All prices include the mandatory $1,995 destination fee.

Model MSRP + Destination fee
Tradesman $42,270
Big Horn/Lone Star $46,930
Rebel $66,190
Laramie $62,025
Limited Longhorn $77,645
Limited $77,150
Tungsten $89,150



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