Your comment about it being a “busy” dash is a little ironic, given that the only knock on our new Ram interiors has been their “busy-ness”!This new interior is a step up, but why would anyone want a 13 inch landscaped screen? Your passenger is gonna have to control the right side of that screen. Not very well designed ergonomically.
Also, That is one busy *** looking dash!
When I began my search for a new truck, I was looking at a 21 Colorado ZR2, Diesel engine, fully loaded. 2 things that made me walk away was:
Price-at 52k locally, I could get a full size for same or less.
Interior-it was unimpressive. It felt like I was sitting in a rental truck.
RAM interiors are by far the nicest in the truck market.
My 21 Bighorn is pretty well equipped, minus the sunroof. But then, I never had a vehicle with a sunroof, so no loss. Had “leather” in my 04 Laramie, loved it, but wasn’t a necessity. My 2015 Promaster City has premium cloth interior, so transitioning between my van and truck is like sitting on the same material. Plus, have gotten many compliments on the Mountain Brown and Black interior. It is quite a different look for me and I love it.
I think the only thing I dislike about the interior is the dial shifter. That feature took some getting used to.
Ask and you shall receive…..
Give me a 2021 Chevrolet Silverado built exactly like this one from the early 80’s - but with a crew cab configuration and three on the tree - and I’d consider it. Low tech, simple, classic and much easier to maintain than these super computers on wheels we all drive now.
My only critique with that is the rake of the windshield doesn't gel with the tall front hood line. I think they would have knocked it out of the park if they would have sloped the front of the hood to match the slant of the windshield. Otherwise that looks amazing to me.Ask and you shall receive…..