Top Questions About the Ram 2500 in 2024 near Burnet TX
Drivers who want a full-size pickup with heavy-duty capabilities can now test-drive the 2024 Ram 2500 at Benny Boyd Lampasas Ram. Our location is the local Ram dealership serving Burnet, TX, and beyond, and here are some of the top questions we’ve received from customers considering the Ram 2500 as their next truck:
- Do you need an appointment to test-drive the Ram 2500?
- What trailering equipment is included and available?
- What is the difference between the Power Wagon and Rebel?
No. You never need an appointment to test-drive the 2024 Ram 2500 at our location. We do schedule appointments, however. Scheduling can be a time-saver if you want to custom order the Ram 2500, for instance, or you’d like to ensure that we have a particular configuration available for you to try.
A conventional Class V receiver hitch with four- and seven-pin prewiring is standard equipment. Various gooseneck and fifth-wheel configurations are available as well. An integrated trailer brake controller is optional with the Tradesman and included with the Lone Star and up. An optional Towing Technology group adds power-telescoping tow mirrors, a surround-view camera system, and a trailer reverse guidance system.
The Rebel and Power Wagon are both off-road-oriented pickup trucks. The Rebel, however, is configured to strike a balance between off-road and on-road performance. It’s perfect for the driver who’ll use the Ram 1500 for work Monday through Friday and then for play on the weekends. The Power Wagon, on the other hand, is more of a dedicated off-roader. It features performance off-road suspension tuning, front and rear locking axles, a disconnecting front stabilizer bar, and a manual-shift transfer case.
Contact our dealership for more information about the 2024 Ram 2500. Also serving Marble Falls, Liberty Hill, and Temple Texas.