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2010 Dodge Chromed Ram Heavy-Duty Crew Cab


The Ultimate Towing package won’t be the only Mopar pick up on display next week at SEMA, that is because the decked out Chromed Ram Heavy-Duty Crew Cab based on a 2010 Ram 2500 Crew Cab 4x4 will also be in attendance. The work truck will feature a unique “Chrome Theme” and will stand head and shoulders above the competition thanks to a Mopar 2-inch lift kit and a set of off road ready 35 inch tires.

Dodge Chromed Ram Heavy-Duty Crew Cab

The complete list of Mopar parts include: chromed tube steps featuring 5 inch oval side steps with black molded end caps, slip-resistant pads and heavy-duty drill-free mounting brackets to aid entry and exit of the vehicle, a set of chromed door-sill guards for the front and rear to protect the truck’s interior from muddy boots and scratches. The Chromed Ram Heavy-Duty also comes with a chrome, of course, tailgate bezel with integrated backup camera that adds further elements of style and enhanced safety to the Ram 2500 while a chromed fuel filler door and matchign exhaust tip finish off the Dodge’s shining persona.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

The 2010 Ram 2500 Crew Cab 4x4 accessorized in a unique “Chrome Theme” stands tall with a Mopar 2-inch lift kit and 35-inch tires. Available for the first time in a crew-cab model and featuring the most powerful standard engine in the segment – a 6.7-liter Cummins Turbo Diesel that generates 350 horsepower and 650 lb. ft. of torque – this Deep Water Blue Laramie showcases the following Mopar accessories:

  • Chromed tube steps featuring 5-inch oval side steps with black molded end caps, slip-resistant pads and heavy-duty drill-free mounting brackets for easy entry and exit. Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP): $614
  • Chromed door-sill guards for the front and rear protect interior sills from scratches. MSRP: $178 (set of four)
  • Chromed tailgate bezel with backup camera adds style and enhanced safety. MSRP: $39
  • Bright B-pillar trim kits (MSRP: $119) add a sporty touch.
  • Chromed fuel door (MSRP: $132) and chromed exhaust tip (MSRP: $99.30)
  • Deep Water Blue hard tonneau cover is custom designed for a perfect color match and offers an easy-opening cover, including a built-in tailgate lock for added security. MSRP: $1,290
  • Rear-seat entertainment system features a 7-inch DVD player/screen integrated into the rear of both headrests and includes a remote and two headsets. MSRP: $1,625
  • Mopar-developed Katzkin Leather seating in dark slate color with blue accents coordinates with the exterior of the vehicle. Covers are available in a range of colors, configurations, stitching and piping. MSRP: $1,199


3 comments:

I heard it includes the Cummins turbodiesel, the heavy duty six-speed automatic

IMO Dodge ram is a well known Heavy-Duty Truck all over the world, the only problem is it’s to much expensive and it consumes a lot of fuel.

I don’t want to argue about the optional features of this Dodge Ram but what I hate about it is the price that is too expensive. Of course if you will consider to go on the manufacturer of your car, they will give you damn alibis of why their addons are very "pricey" and that’s a crap for me.

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