Ram Begins Second Installment of Limited-edition Trucks Dedicated To U.S. Armed Forces

 

Ram is offering customers the opportunity to take pride in owning a special-edition ‘Built to Serve’ truck in the format of the Ram 1500 half-ton pickup truck. The release of these unique productions draws inspiration from the various branches of the U.S. military – land, sea, and air. Each branch will be represented in different phases. The second phase, which has just launched, pays tribute to the sea-based forces. It’s distinguished by its nautical-inspired theme – Ceramic Gray and Patriot Blue. The exterior colors of choice with an interior cabin showcased in Light Ambassador Blue interior accents.

 

Ram Honors U.S. Military Service Branches

Ram’s “Built to Serve Edition” models will be produced in limited numbers. They will reflect the different military divisions through the careful selection of exterior paint colors and distinguishing design details such as the United States flag and a distinctive  “Built to Serve” emblem. 

 

What To Expect In The Commemorative Ram 1500 Edition

“Built to Serve Edition” models can be personalized with the availability of patches. Vehicles are equipped with Lockable console storage, All-weather rubber slush mats, and deeply bolstered cloth and vinyl Sports seats. Ready-for-action features include Tow hooks, Hill-descent control, all-terrain tires, Heavy-duty front, and rear shock absorbers uniquely calibrated for optimum off-roading, Electronic-locking rear axle, and Front suspension skid plate. The commemorative “Built to Serve Edition” trim is an option available across the model range.

The nautical-inspired edition is manufactured at the Sterling Heights Assembly Plant in Michigan. Find attractive Ram lease deals at our Ram dealership located in Huntington, NY. Choose a Ram dealer where you will find a top range of Ram trucks, including the 2020 Ram 1500. Customers interested in a Ram 1500 lease deal should make us their first port of call. We welcome customers near Hauppauge, Dix Hills, and Commack, NY.

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