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This 2016 Dodge Ram 1500 Laramie Longhorn 4x4 is a loaded, modern, and sharp-looking four-wheel-drive truck. And while the ultra-luxurious leather interior puts this one at the top of your list, what you should really be impressed with is the turbodiesel power.
The beefy lines of the Ram 1500 were originally inspired by the intimidating appearance of a tractor-trailer. And the tall 4x4 stance and flared fenders make sure that continues. But a top-trim Laramie Longhorn knows how to add sophistication to its ruggedness. After all, the white paint has the shine of a modern quality application. There's brightwork in the right places, like the chrome bumpers, door handles, dual exhaust tips, and stylish 20-inch alloys. Plus, the clear headlights and chain mesh grille put a true premium face forward. This has been outfitted for the true sportsman with the full side step rails, color-matched Century locking camper shell, liner paint in the bed, wide towing mirrors, and a proper trailer hitch with wiring plug and trailer brake.
The Laramie Longhorn is something special and expensive. You really understand that difference when you get inside. It's beautifully outfitted in leather with the kind of stitching that will make your favorite pair of Tony Lamas jealous. It's on the seats, door panels, dash, and center console for a comprehensive level of luxury. The front seats not only power adjust, but they are heated and cooled, too. And the rear gives you limo-like legroom and a bucket-like bolstering for the seats. So this is the new preferred ride for everything from family road trips to double dating. Another reason why everyone will love it is it's loaded with modern features. This includes power windows (including the rear one), power locks, keyless entry/ignition, an alarm, an AC power outlet, heated steering wheel, cup holders, dual front airbags, side airbags, parking radar, and dual-zone automatic A/C climate control. The center of this interior is a premium touchscreen that runs all the luxury and technology features, including Bluetooth, a backup camera, and satellite navigation.
Under the hood is the 3.0-liter EcoDiesel motor. If you were just interested in rarity, then this powerhouse is exactly what you want. That's because it was an expensive option that not too many people paid for. But the real benefit here is the work it does. You get the serious torque capacity of a diesel, but because it's smaller than the Cummins in the HD truck, it also gets the best fuel economy of the Ram range. So it's the kind of motor for someone who likes to eat away the miles on the weekdays and tow all the toys on the weekends. In fact, the motor feels as peppy as a gas-powered truck, especially because the computer-controlled eight-speed automatic transmission knows what gear to select to keep everything comfortable. There's also the Ram's special optional air ride rear suspension, power steering, and four-wheel power disc brakes w/ABS to make this a great all-around comfortable driver. A premium truck like the Laramie Longhorn also has a special four-wheel-drive system that gives you the usual 4x4 high and low for off-road use, and it also has a handy automatic setting for good traction for everyday situations.
This Laramie Longhorn has premium style and the best modern features, including the optional extended Mopar vehicle protection that be transferred. So we won't tell them how much you really paid to look like you own the ranch. Call today!!!
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