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Ram 1500 Classic Returns For 2022 With These Changes:

redriderbob

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Ram 1500 Classic Returns For 2022 With These Changes:​

Here's What's New...​


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The Ram 1500 Classic returns for the 2022 model year and an initial look at dealer ordering guides detail some additions and deletions for the new year. Once again, buyers will choose Regular, Quad, or Crew Cab in two-wheel-drive (4×2) and four-wheel-drive (4×4) configurations. Regular cabs will be available with the 6’4 bed or 8′ bed, Quad Cabs will have the 6’4 bed, and Crew Cabs will be available with the 5’7 or 6’4 bed.

 

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What is the appeal of the classic? I could never really wrap my head around why somebody would want to stay with “old” styling. I get why RAM does it, but I’m talking about from a consumer perspective.
 

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Hopefully they stick with the old AC system as it actually works properly.
 

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Because you can get a really nice brand new truck for a fraction of the price
The base model has the msrp of the classic at $3k less for comparable builds.
 

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I just buy ram classic 2021 regular cab 4x4 5.7 hemi I didn’t wait for 2022 because it’s need 4 month or so to arrive here in Qatar but my concern is there different between 2021 that I have and the newer 2022 and also with mine I have the 8.4 screen and the black wheel and other option that’s come with it
 

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The base model has the msrp of the classic at $3k less for comparable builds.
Yeah but they normally discount them more at the dealers
I bought my truck last December, at $34,900 , 2018 Night w/ 24k miles. The 2019 used model was at $38k. Almost $5k difference at the table is a difference. The 2019 was fairly stock, no big screen, or sunroof, or any major bells. As we all know, the night editions come with plenty. So its what really sold me. As of now, I like this body style more, but the technology inside the 5th gen is amazing.
 

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