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RAM maintains an incredible selection of trucks in its lineup, ranging from light duty to heavy duty and with a full range of capabilities. These durable trucks also come in a variety of bed lengths and cab configurations, making them ideal for the solo driver or a full work crew. Nevertheless, not everyone has the budget for a brand-new model. The smartest way around this obstacle is to look at purchasing a pre-owned pickup. A used model can absolutely provide you with the full capabilities and modern-day amenities of the brand-new version, but with a considerably lower price tag.
Brand-new fully loaded trucks aren’t cheap, especially when they’re decked out with the latest technology. But some truck buyers don’t want or need all the bells and whistles commonly found in the latest models and will prefer something more bare-bones. But because manufacturers are loading on the amenities in line with today’s current demand, it may be easier to find a more basic model if you look to past years.
Let’s look at the contrast between new and used. Consider that a brand-new 2019 RAM 3500 Laramie (a higher trim level) 4×4 Crew Cab has a starting net MSRP of $55,595. That same vehicle from 2016 with less than 50,000 miles, though, can be found within the ballpark of $38,000. Don’t need as much power? The light-duty 2019 RAM 1500 Rebel will set you back $44,240 before you even add any options, but a 1500 Rebel from 2016 with under 40,000 miles can be found around $30,000. Those are great deals for new-enough trucks whose engines are not even broken in yet.
Every used vehicle shopper wants to feel confident that they’re buying something with a lot of years left in it, which is even more important when it comes to hard-working trucks. RAM’s certified pre-owned vehicle program provides the most peace of mind, since these trucks have been thoroughly screened for condition and are all under a mileage and age limit. In order for a RAM to be registered as certified pre-owned, it needs to be five model years old or newer and have less than 65,000 miles on it. If it meets these basic requirements, it will undergo an in-depth 125-point inspection that focuses on the mechanical and body elements of the vehicle. It will then be certified if it passes with flying colors (the service department may also do some maintenance to make the truck as close to new as possible).
All CPO RAM trucks come with 7-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty and 3 months/3,000 miles of Maximum Care Coverage, plus complimentary SiriusXM satellite radio for three trial months, as well as 24-hour towing and roadside assistance. Buyers also get a copy of their vehicle’s comprehensive CARFAX Vehicle History Report, which includes previous title information with data on prior ownerships, accidents, damage history, and more.