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More and more car buyers want to buy their preferred vehicles through factory orders. With Paul Sherry Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM, you can select a variety of new RAM trucks from our inventory.
But if your dream truck isn’t available, don’t worry. We have introduced a simple factory order process to help you personalize your vehicle. You can configure your new truck by choosing custom colors, specs, and accessories. Also, you get to enjoy first priority in order processing and scheduling.
So how do you factory order your RAM?
Work with Paul Sherry
The best way to find the truck you want is by working with a reliable dealership. Several websites, brokers, and dealerships offer factory order options. But to avoid delays, it is important to work with a trusted and experienced dealership.
Paul Sherry has been around for decades, and during that time, we have partnered with top automakers. [...]
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When you buy a RAM 5500 commercial truck, your purchase comes with a range of options for customization and upfitting to tailor the truck to your business’s needs. In addition to four trim levels – Tradesman, SLT, Laramie, and Limited – the RAM 5500 can come with different powertrains, transmissions, GVWR packages, truck bodies, and more.
OEM Commercial Options
RAM itself provides plenty of OEM options for the RAM 5500 commercial truck. You can build your RAM 5500 with options like:
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The RAM 4500 and 5500 commercial trucks are leaders in the industry, boasting incredible strength, durability, and reliability combined with refinement in every corner. With multiple customization options, trims, and upfitting possibilities, these versatile trucks are powerhouses that can handle even the toughest jobs.
What are the RAM 4500 and 5500?
RAM 4500 and 5500 are the top two tiers of the RAM commercial truck lineup. Both are available in chassis cab configurations like the 3500, but with a higher diesel trailering rating and GCWR than the 3500. The newest models of both trucks are available in the following trim levels:
Tradesman: The base model includes a turbodiesel engine, Uconnect 3.0, air conditioning, push-button start, and all of the lineup’s standard features.
SLT: Notable additions on the SLT include cloth seats, accented interior finishes, heated and powered tow mirrors, and chrome exterior accents.
Laramie: The Laramie adds luxury onto the Tradesman and SLT with [...]