RAM Lifts Off The Covers Of Its 2022 Ram 1500 Limited (RED) Edition

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The 2022 Ram 1500 Limited 10th Anniversary Edition celebrates 10 years

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Okay, so the name of this limited-edition special edition pickup truck isn’t exactly concealing anything. The Anniversary Edition is designed to do just what it says – celebrate the Ram 1500’s 10-year anniversary. It has its own model-specific color available (Blue Shade Pearl Coat) as well as chrome accents and 22-inch wheels. Happy Anniversary.


Ram is a proud partner of (RED) — an initiative that has pledged a minimum of $4 million toward relief funds for global life-saving programs. As a statement of solidarity, the Limited Edition 2022 Ram RED 1500 is overlaid in red, furnished with exclusive trim details both inside and out.

The 2022 Ram 1500 Built to Serve Firefighter Edition is for first responders

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Ram has a Built to Serve lineup of vehicles that honor those that serve their communities as first responders. The Firefighter Edition is for, well, firefighters. It has an upscale interior, sport seats, and comes in one of two colors: Redline or Diamond Black. There are only limited quantities of the Firefighter Edition Ram truck, so if you want one, seize the day.

Each of these special edition Ram trucks offers a unique twist on the classic Ram 1500. And while you may not be able to buy all six, you might be able to get the one that resonates with you the most. Just remember that it’s a tough time to buy a vehicle right now, and a limited edition pickup truck is unlikely to e any different.

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