The 2019 RAM 1500 Laramie Longhorn Crew Cab 4x4 Edition is definitely one of the baddest trucks on the market today.
The important things in life usually include comfort. This truck drives like a Cadillac and feels like a Cadillac. Interior features include beautiful full grain leather interior and open pore real oak wood trim with alligator embossed accents., with gold trim throughout interior including dash and floor mats. Front and rear seats are heated and ventilated, with 8-way power driver and passenger seats. Included is the 19 amplified speaker Harmon Kardon sound system with a massive 12” touch screen media center, largest in class. Navigation is on entire screen with different optional views. Wood and leather wrapped heated steering wheel.
For those of us that are vertically challenged we have power adjustable pedals w/memory. Also included is the Apple car and Google Android auto play with 115 volt auxiliary power outlet. Reconfigurable Center console and two second row in floor storage bins. Full panoramic roof and rear power sliding window. Also of interest is the back seat legroom where even Shaquille O’Neal would feel right at home.
The exterior look on this Ram is a real head turner starting with the diamond black crystal pearl-coat exterior paint and body color bumper group. The 20 inch x 9 inch aluminum painted and polished wheels with full LED headlamps with signature lighting only add to the beauty.
The automatic power wheel to wheel streamlined side steps are a real treat for entering and exiting vehicle. Ram Laramie Longhorn still comes with fender handy locking tool boxes and capable of towing 12750 pounds with its muscular 5.7 liter Hemi V-8 bulked to 395 horsepower and 410 lb ft. of torque with 8-speed auto transmission is good for hauling whatever you want. The optional air suspension is ideal for off road travel.
Fuel economy average is 19-mpg overall but considering the big 5.7 hemi it is expected. What I didn’t expect, this Ram was more luxurious with the over the top characteristics it rode and handled better than my own Cadillac CTS.