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Loaded High Output 2019 Ram 3500 priced over $90,000

by Patrick Rall on

FCA still does not have all of the official pricing information for the all-new 2019 Ram Heavy Duty lineup but thanks to an Allpar reader, we have our first look at pricing for the Ram 3500 in its range-topping Mega Cab, Limited and Dually form with the new high output Cummins diesel engine. Basically, this is MSRP information for the top-of-the-line one-ton truck with just about every option from a dealership to a customer, giving us an idea of what the new Ram will cost with 1,000 lb-ft of torque and all of the premium features.

2019 Ram 3500 Heavy Duty Limited Crew Cab Dually

Before getting into the numbers, we want to make it very clear that this is not official pricing information from FCA. This information was provided to us by someone who ordered a 2019 Ram 3500 back in January. At the time, the buyer didn’t get any numbers, but the dealership has since sent over an invoice with the MSRP for each line item. The dealership did explain to the buyer that this is preliminary information and the actual prices could differ and when we reached out to FCA, a Ram Trucks brand representative reminded us that no official pricing has been announced, and that they could neither confirm nor deny these figures.

In other words, this is what the dealership expects to see in terms of costs for the 2019 Ram 3500 with all of the key features and when the official prices are announced later this year, they could vary from what we are discussing here. In the meantime, this is how much one Ram 3500 buyer is being told that he can expect to pay for his new, loaded one-ton.

New Ram 3500 DRW

Loaded 2019 Ram 3500 Pricing

The invoice to us pertained to a 2019 Ram 3500 Limited Mega Cab 4×4 with the 160-inch wheelbase and the 6’4” cargo box, which has an MSRP of $67,050. The high output Cummins Turbo Diesel engine adds $11,795, the dual rear wheel setup adds $1,295, the Max Tow Package adds $3,695 and the Level 1 Equipment Group adds $2,995.

The only other high-dollar option is the power sunroof, which adds $1,095 to the bottom line and as you can see in the invoice below, there is an assortment of lower-priced items that all add up to the grand total of $91,560.

Yes, that is a whole lot of money for a “work truck”, but when you consider the fact that this is the strongest, most powerful and most heavily loaded one-ton truck available in the US market, the price shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. The truck being built based on this invoice will basically be a hard-working, heavy duty pickup with the interior of a premium luxury vehicle, combining the pinnacle of FCA’s interior capabilities with their engineering prowess needed to make this the toughest one-ton truck on sale today.

Again, these are preliminary numbers issued by a dealership to a customer who ordered the truck and when FCA announces the official numbers later this year, there could be some differences, but the bottom line here is that if you plan on buying the loaded 2019 Ram 3500 with the 1,000 lb-ft engine, expect to pay over $90,000.

Patrick Rall was raised a Mopar boy, spending years racing a Dodge Mirada while working his way through college. After spending a few years post-college in the tax accounting field, Patrick made the jump to the world of journalism and his work has been published in magazines and websites around the world.

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