The Ram 1500 Limited nameplate was first introduced back in 2012 with the DU generation truck as the no-compromise premium truck from the brand. It was in this trim level that one could find interior comfort and refinement with premium materials, real wood, leather, and metal trim that was meant to rival the GMC Sierra Denali. That story continued with the DT Ram 1500 for the 2019 model year. But since then, the 2022 GMC Sierra Denali Ultimate came into the picture. Which means that if bragging rights as to which truck is the most luxurious is to be preserved, Stellantis would have to take things a step further. The 2023 Ram 1500 Limited Elite seeks to deliver on exactly that.
The Ram 1500 Limited Elite takes the equipment group found on the standard Ram 1500 Limited to another level. Offering a unique blend of technology, materials, and storage solutions that gives customers a premium experience while staying true to the hardworking nature of the Ram 1500.
2023 Ram Limited Elite Edition: Details
The 2023 Ram Limited Elite Edition is layered in authentic and premium materials, including real wood, metal, and leather. Externally, the new model is distinguished by a multifunction tailgate, deployable bed step, bed cargo divider, and adjustable cargo tie-down hooks. However, the inside is where the luxury truly shines for the driver and passengers, with a jeweled rotary shifter, premium leather bucket seats, and a suede headliner.
A unique instrument cluster theme and bright pedal kit highlight the interior that already boasts the pinnacle of luxury and refinement. The interior also features front and rear ventilated and heated seats, a heated steering wheel, 12-way driver and front passenger seats, and a 60/40 reclining rear seat. In addition, people inside the cab can be immersed in the audio with a 19-speaker premium sound system that finishes off the truck’s well-crafted, high-quality feel and appearance.
The 2023 Ram 1500 Limited Elite Edition is available in Crew Cab configurations with the 5.7-liter V8 with eTorque mild-hybrid assist. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) starts at $65,305, plus a $1,795 destination fee. Keep an eye out, as the new model will go on sale as early as next month.