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SPOTTED: 2019 Ram 2500 Tradesman Regular Cab:

Our First Look At A Regular Cab With No Camouflage...

The past few days in Michigan have been bitter cold with certain areas being hit with heavy snowfall. But it doesn’t stop the Ram engineering team from continuing testing and dialing in their new 2019 Ram Heavy Duty pickups. Its perfect winter testing weather for Ram’s toughest trucks. 

While Ram did release only a few photos of the new 2019 Ram Heavy Duty Regular Cab models during the launch of the trucks at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. However, this is the first time we are seeing the Regular Cab models out in public without their camouflage coverings.

2019 Ram 2500 Tradesman Regular Cab 4×4. (Real Fast Fotography).

This particular model is a HEMI-powered 2019 Ram 2500 Tradesman Regular Cab 4×4 with the optional Chrome Appearance Package. The Flame Red long box pickup shows us the handsome new looks of the latest Heavy Duty. While this may be what most people consider a work truck, the Regular Cab configuration is also available on Big Horn (or Lone Star in Texas). Ram has shown us that they will offer a Big Horn Sport (Lone Star Sport), as well as offering a Night Appearance Package for the Regular Cab models. Needless, there will be many different variants of the two trim levels for Regular Cab buyers.

2019 Ram 2500 Tradesman Regular Cab 4×4. (Real Fast Fotography).

With the Chrome Appearance Package on Tradesman includes the following…

  • Chrome Front/Rear Bumper
  • Upper Header/Lower Applique – Chrome
  • Tradesman Grille – Chrome Nostrils
  • Steel Chrome-Clad Wheels 18-inch. X 8-inch. (Single Rear Wheel)
  • Steel Wheel with Chrome Clad 17-inch. X 6-inch. (Dual Rear Wheel)
2019 Ram 2500 Tradesman Regular Cab 4×4. (Real Fast Fotography).

Regular Cab models are currently available for ordering, which can be done at your local Ram dealer. Pricing has not been yet released, however, we expect them to release pricing sometime at the end of February. The trucks themselves have started production at the Saltillo Truck Assembly Plant and will be arriving in dealerships in March.



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