Final Phase of Ram’s U.S. Military-inspired Trucks To Go Into Production

 

Ram completes its tribute to the U.S. armed forces with the last installment of its Built to Serve series making its way into the truck market in the latter half of 2021. Each of the five installments in the iconic series, representing each military branch, is an honorary mark of gratitude to the brave men and women in the army for their valued service.


Ram reviews of the nautical-inspired particular edition model reveal several special touches to make this a must-have model. Visit I-10 Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram located near Desert Hot Springs, CA, to get an up-close-and-personal look at the 2021 Ram 1500 Built to Serve edition.


Highlights of the Marine-based Built to Serve Truck


In following the previous offerings in this series, customers can expect a unique choice of exterior colors that are matched with interior cabin design cues. Customers can choose either the Spitfire exterior color available in only 500 units or the Bright White color produced in a limited 750 companies.


The model also offers unique detailing to the Built to Serve series like the U.S. flag and purposefully placed special-edition decals. The Black Onyx Chrome interior trim is complemented by a Built to Serve instrument panel badge and reinforced cloth and vinyl Sports seats.


Why buy the Ram 1500 pickup


Ram's 1500 truck has consistently maintained its popularity with truck buyers thanks to plus points such as outstanding durability, premium materials, well-designed powertrains, and a high number of automotive technologies. Among the many sought-after features showcased in this model is the segment-disrupter, the Uconnect 4C system mated to a massive 12-inch touchscreen, and safety-inspired features such as Forward Collision Warning and Ready Alert Braking. 


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