New 2019 RAM Trucks and Commercial Trucks now at Ohio Dealerships
- May 16, 2018
- 1500, 2500, 3500, Commercial Trucks, More Categories...
- Posted by Ryan
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When you head to your local Ohio dealerships, you will be able to find the latest RAM trucks and commercial trucks. The 2018 models feature exciting updates from the previously available trucks. Plus, the 2019 RAM trucks that are starting to trickle in have even more new features and styling components. Remember that the 2018 model year was the last one in the fourth generation, so if you examine a 2018 and 2019 RAM truck side by side, you are bound to notice some differences.
New Features for the 2018 RAM Trucks
Compared to the previous model years, the 2018 RAM trucks you find at your Ohio dealership will have a few notable differences. You might spot a couple of special editions if you get lucky, along with the new Tungsten trim, which sits at the top of the lineup with its suede roof liner. For most drivers, the most thrilling part of the 2018 RAM trucks is the addition of Uconnect 8.4. This comes with an 8.4-inch touchscreen with improved resolution and the ability to pinch to zoom. It also comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. To go with it, the radio system now has HD, and you can get 4G LTE. This last feature is particularly helpful for those who use their commercial RAM truck as a mobile office.
For the 2018 RAM trucks, you will also notice a convenient switch in the truck bed that turns on the LED bed lights and a standard backup camera across the lineup. Fleet customers can now get a telematics module. In addition, Sirius Garden has been added with features like Remote Services, Roadside Assistance, Vehicle Finder, and SOS Call. Perhaps best of all for some drivers, the EcoDiesel V6 is also back.
Get Ready for 2019 RAM Trucks
Although it is still 2018, the 2019 RAM models are starting to appear near you. At even a glance, you will be able to tell that the logo has been redesigned. If you look at the technical specs, you will see that it dropped 250 pounds despite getting stronger. The base RAM 1500’s V6 comes standard with the eTorque mild-hybrid technology that uses a 48-volt motor to start the engine and provide extra torque.
Reading about the new 2018 RAM trucks can only give you so much information. For all the details, come check them out in person and talk to an expert salesperson at your Ohio dealership.