Fiat Chrysler has priced the 2017 Ram Power Wagon from $53,015 in the United States, representing a price increase of $1,155 over the outgoing 2016 Ram Power Wagon.
Ram first showed the updated Power Wagon earlier this year at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show. The truck adopts the aggressive off-road looks of the Ram Rebel, but continues down a similar off-road path as the outgoing Power Wagon with Bilstein shocks, a five-link rear coil-spring suspension setup with electronic sway bar disconnect, 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires and locking front and rear differentials.
Other equipment included on the Power Wagon includes tow hooks, front and rear skidplates, a Warn winch and rugged interior appointments such as bolstered seats with tire tread-look seat upholstery and Power Wagon badges and branding.
One of the only optional extras available on the heavy-duty pickup is a $4,495 Leather and Luxury package, which adds heated and ventilated leather seats, a heated steering wheel, dual-zone automatic climate control, a nine-speaker Alpine audio system, front and rear parking sensors, a backup camera and power-folding mirrors.
Ram is keen to point out that the Ram Power Wagon equipment can be added to 4×4 versions of the entry-level Ram 2500 Tradesman for $8,450, bringing the total price to $48,315.