Top Questions About the Ram 3500 in 2024 near Copperas Cove TX
Drivers and businesses in the market to purchase or lease a new HD pickup can now test-drive the 2024 Ram 3500 at Benny Boyd Lampasas Ram. We are the local Ram dealer serving Copperas Cove, TX, and here are answers to some of the common questions we’ve received from customers who consider the Ram 3500 as their next truck:
- How do the Ram 3500 trim levels differ?
- Which cab configurations and bed lengths are offered for the Ram 3500?
- Which engines, transmissions, and drive layouts are available?
The Tradesman is the traditional work truck of the lineup. It’s the most affordable option and meets the needs of most commercial clients and many individuals. The Lone Star, called the Big Horn outside the Texas market, adds cloth seating, carpeting, a trailer brake controller, and alloy wheels. The Laramie is the well-equipped Ram 3500 aimed at the person who’ll use it as an everyday vehicle, and the Limited Longhorn and Limited provide luxury-oriented pickup experiences.
A regular cab with two doors is available for the 2024 Ram 3500 with the Tradesman and Lone Star trim levels. It is paired with an 8-foot bed. A crew cab with four full-size doors is available with all trims, and an even larger crew cab is offered with the Laramie trim level and up. The larger crew cab is paired with a 6-foot-4-inch bed, and the smaller crew cab gives you the choice of bed.
Ram offers a gas powertrain and a diesel powertrain. Both are available with either rear- or four-wheel drive, but 4WD is standard with the Longhorn and Limited. The gas powertrain pairs an eight-speed automatic transmission with a 6.4L V8. The diesel powertrain pairs a six-speed automatic with a turbocharged 6.7L V8 available in either a standard- or high-output configuration.
Contact our dealership for more information about the 2024 Ram 3500 near Copperas Cove, TX. Also serving Burnet, Marble Falls, and Liberty Hill Texas.