2019 Ram 1500 Limited | Your Luxury Truck Has Arrived | TestDriveNow

2019 Ram 1500 Limited | Your Luxury Truck Has Arrived | TestDriveNow


The pickup truck segment is no longer just about flaunting muscle and capability; far from it. For top-end models like this you’d better be bringing smarts and a heaping dose of luxury if you want to compete. And for this all-new Ram Limited, the bar has just been raised.

MSRP as-tested: $69,140

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Ram 1500 Limited 2019 Review

65 Comments on "2019 Ram 1500 Limited | Your Luxury Truck Has Arrived | TestDriveNow"


  1. Ram just shat all over Ford, GM, Toyota and Nissan. Inside is miles ahead of every other truck maker period. Exterior look modern with out the wanna be big rig grilles the other manufacturers slap on their trucks. I have a family member that works for Ford and already told them my next truck will be a Ram.

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  2. I must say RAM does him some very innovative features including their 12 plus in screen and air suspension with coil springs in the rear but I prefer the Ford for overall capability and performance in my opinion it's just a more well-rounded vehicle it doesn't do anything peticularly perfect but it does everything fairly well instead of in just a couple of areas compared to the other trucks in this segment

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  3. Bought my new Ram Limited back in August so I didn’t get (or want) the e-torque system… mine has the air suspension and 12.5 inch unconnect system… the truck has been amazing and it’s great on cross country trips… My folks have a Range Rover and this truck is every bit as nice… as for the hater comments about repairs to electronic items that might fail, I also have an extended warranty for 6 years so these are not concerns for me personally… all I wanted to say is that this is really a great truck and imho it stands head and shoulders over the competitors… especially the new Denali, which I found very underwhelming.

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  4. As someone who's watched several of your car reviews like your 2017 GMC Yukon XL Road Trip review and this 2019 Ram 1500 review, I'd say you're one of the better car review channels I've watched in recent memory. I would like to see your review on one of GM's next generation large SUVs once they're unveiled and go on sale next year, the 2020 MY Chevrolet Suburban, Tahoe, GMC Yukon/XL or Cadillac Escalade/ESV, which I believe are some of GM's finest products. I shall be waiting, maybe subscribe to you soon as well..

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  5. Even before incentives at $70,000, it's a bargain. No vehicle offers so much for that kind of cash. If you just can't stomach the price, go watch a work truck video.

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  6. Maybe it's because I'm blind in the left eye, but I can't see $70k worth in that truck, despite etorque, air, or 12" tablet, etc. I guess 100-150% markup is standard to offer discounts throughout/end of the year. I guess value is in the eyes (or eye in my case) of the beholder, but I can't seem to find it in this mass produced, high volume truck. Wonder what the percentage of sales will be limited trim?

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  7. You'll leave with the winner but if you drive that old Tundra you'll come back with one 10 years later.

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  8. Gas Mileage improves with Dodge/Chrysler products once you have more miles on them !

    I gained 3.5 mpg in my RAM 1500 once it had 10,000 miles on it !! It then went up another 1 mpg !

    My Chrysler 300 S Hemi also did nearly the same 3 mpg,24 mpg city/hwy average and 34 mpg highway..My Hellcat Challenger gets 27 mpg on the highway and 25 average highway with full throttle runs !

    My Ford F 350 lost 1 mpg after 12,000 miles,my 6.0 Chevrolet also lost mpg after 20,000 while my RAM 2500 6.4 Hemi gained 3 mpg..Yes I own 3 heavy duty trucks for my business ! I dont drive them,employees do..All 3 are reliable,Ford had to be in 3 times in the shop when new,now its good..

    My Ram 1500 I drive it and love it 12,000 miles trouble free and it also gained in performance ! I clicked a 5.67 0-60 !! My 300 s Hemi 4.98 second 0-60 both have cat back exhaust ! Hellcat 3.01 seconds /street tires and spinning but good launch on drag strip,10.89 @129 mph run !

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  9. Ever notice these reviewers never focus on fuel economy on Audi/BMW. It becomes a joke about if you can afford this, you’re not worried about gas

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  10. $70k? Not for average people. More like people that already paid off house or inherited one and have little bills and decent job or jobs.

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  11. $70 thousand dollars. Say it out loud!!! I bought a fully laoded Ram 4×4 in 2011 for 45k. How in the hell is it now worth 25k more even with all that new shit on it?! Same engine, same frame too. Just air suspension and a more luxurious interior. These trucks are getting too plush now, defeats the whole purpose of a truck imo.

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  12. I got an 2017 big horn 1500 and that will be the last new truck I buy. It’s not ok to spend 70K on a truck for the average person .

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  13. My advice is to never ever buy a Ram product.. I gave it two attempts with my 2014 1500rt and a 2016 1500 sport. I agree that the interior is probably the nicest in its class and the hemi 5.3l is a solid platform. Means absolutely nothing when you can't rely on competent service or warranty repairs. My local dealership, Staten Island dodge jeep ram, has to have one of the most incompetent service departments around. It's dirty, cramped and the mechanics are horrible. From failure to fix recalls to easy oil changes, this place is the bottom of the barrel. I am limited in my options as to taking it somewhere else so I just traded my 16 in for a 2018 GMC sierra. What the sierra lacks in finer interior appointments, they make it up in the way they treat customers. Night and day regarding service departments. Think long and hard the next time you are going to spend $60000 on a truck.

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  14. I love and bleed CHEVY and GMC. But when I saw this truck come out made me want a ram! Always loved the look and style but this one really maybe make me cheat on GM

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  15. in a year they will be selling this for $50k. i can afford this truck but do i want a $70k truck lol? as soon as you drive it off the lot what is it worth….$50-55k? this is for fools who act like they are rich

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  16. Warranty for six years…. rust holes in seven years. Probably takata air bags still. Dodge garbage. Untested, unreliable. Too many new things instead of tried,tested,and true.

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  17. I've heard the coils actually ride better than the air suspension. … However, I've not test driven to compare.

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  18. Everything he complained about can be optionally deleted. I’m a GM guy but man this is the new standard.

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  19. Fantastic looking truck, unfortunately we could never afford to run this in Ireland as diesel is around $9 a gallon!

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  20. Great review as always. Was behind one making a right turn at a 'tight intersection.' These trucks are just way too big as it could barely make the right turn without the other driver making the left to move back slightly. It looked like an 18 Wheeler making that slow turn; checking the right mirror etc.. I'm really not sure why they need to be this big now.

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  21. the screen is far too big and busy and an easy distraction. i would much rather have the 8.4 inch but tilted 20 -25 degrees toward the driver so it's easier to reach and read an still keep your eyes mostly on the road. the passenger does not need to see anything as they by default should not have access to temperature controls or the radio station or volume.

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  22. For $70k and no power folding tow mirrors. Truck as tested you have to manually rotate mirrors into portrait mode. That was a dealbreaker. Plus no electronic tilt/telescopic steering column. These 2 features ought to be standard in any premium truck.

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  23. I have a 19 Limited 4X4 with 22” wheels.
    No e-torque
    I average 19 interstate and smaller town driving.
    I traded a 17 High Country,
    Before that,
    A 15 F-150 Limited.
    This New RAM RIDES AND DRIVES THE BEST BY FAR.

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