Mopar Announces Pricing for Ram 1500 TRX Upgrades
The 2021 Ram 1500 TRX will soon come to market as the most powerful production road truck ever. In standard form, it will outperform any stock truck in the world, but many of the exterior features that make the TRX look so cool in the company photography don’t come with the truck. They are part of the Mopar catalog and while some of them have been listed on the Ram Trucks website since the build page went live, there have been questions as to what it will cost to build the complete package.
Today, Mopar has announced the prices for all of the add-on items needed to make your Ram 1500 TRX look like the silver beast of a truck shown here. At the same time, while these items are featured on the TRX, many of them can be purchased through Mopar with the prices below for non-TRX trucks. In other words, you can add the RamBar or any of these items to your Rebel, Tradesman or Limited.
Items from the RamTrucks Website
First, we have a handful of Mopar items which have been available on the Build & Price feature of the RamTrucks website for the TRX.
The RamBar bed-mounted roll bar (the lawyers won’t let the company call it a roll bar) is the first key feature of the truck shown above. It is part number 82215959AC and it has an MSRP of $1,195. This bar is powder coated in black and it is designed to work with the Mopar off-road LED lights. This lighting package (82215274AC) is $595 and comes with a set of 5-inch, 4,800-lumen LED off-road lights, along with covers with the Mopar logo, the wiring harness and a switch.
Next, the bed-mounted spare tire carrier (82216108AA) shown in the pictures here really bolsters the off-road race truck look with a price of $995. According to the press release, this tire carrier can easily be removed to get full use of the bed.
Also, the RamTrucks website has listed both the off-road running boards (82215508AC) and the off-road rock rails (82216078AB). The running boards cost $995 while the rock rails cost $1,195.
Next, today’s press release introduces a handful of items that aren’t on the RamTrucks website. This includes the bed step, the bed rails, the ring portion of the optional beadlock wheels and all-weather floormats.
The bed step (82216278AC, $395) mounts under the rear end and swings out, making it easier to climb into the bed of the Ram TRX.
The bed rails (82215285AB, $250) are made from anodized aluminum and feature an adjustable cleat system that makes it easier to tie down cargo of all different shapes and sizes.
The beadlock wheel rims ((P5160250AA, $205) are designed to work with the optional beadlock wheels. The wheels themselves are an $1,895 option and the rings are $205 each.
Finally, if you are going to be romping in the mud with your 702-horsepower half-ton pickup, you might end up with muddy shoes. You surely don’t want to get mud on the carpeting of your $75,000 truck, so you want the Mopar all-weather floormats (82216412AA, $165). This includes the two front mats and a long mat that extends from side to side in the back seating area.
Of course, Mopar offers many more upgrades for the Ram 1500 lineup, so in addition to these items, there are nearly a hundred other components that can be purchased for the TRX through the company’s aftersales catalog.
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