2020 Ram 1500 Big Horn

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Ram 1500 Details

engine
V8, 5.7L
color
Bright White Clearcoat
drive
4WD
fuel
Gasoline
mileage
51,042 Miles
interior color
Light Frost Beige/Black
stock number
WR998A
VIN
1C6SRFFT8LN371201
seats
Cloth
trim
Big Horn

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About This 2020 Ram 1500

Summary
*4WD* **NAV** *HITCH* *RUNNING BOARDS* *BEDLINER* *REMOTE START* **BLUETOOTH** **REARVIEW CAMERA**

Vehicle Details
Introducing the 2020 Ram 1500 Big Horn, a robust and versatile pickup designed to meet your heavy-duty needs with style and efficiency. This particular model is equipped with 4WD and a powerful V8, 5.7L engine, ensuring exceptional performance whether you're on the highway or tackling challenging terrain.

The exterior boasts a commanding presence with its bold grille and sleek lines, while the interior is tailored for comfort and convenience. Featuring premium cloth upholstery and ample legroom, you'll find every journey to be a pleasure. The 2020 Ram 1500 Big Horn comes with Rear Parking Sensors for added safety when maneuvering in tight spots, and the Remote Start feature adds a layer of convenience, especially during those cold mornings.

Stay connected on the go with XM Radio and seamless smartphone integration through Android Auto, allowing you to access your favorite apps, music, and navigation effortlessly. This vehicle also comes with a CARFAX 1-Owner report, giving you peace of mind with its verified history and excellent maintenance record.

Experience the combination of power, technology, and comfort with the 2020 Ram 1500 Big Horn. Visit our dealership today for a test drive and see firsthand why this pickup is the perfect companion for both work and play.

Additional Information
WARSAW BUICK GMC CHRYSLER HAS BEEN SERVING THE AREA FOR OVER THREE DECADES! WARSAW, PLYMOUTH, GOSHEN, COLUMBIA CITY, WINONA LAKE, MISHAWAKA, FORT WAYNE, LIGONIER, SYRACUSE, AND ELKHART! The dealer is not responsible for equipment and or omissions. We apply paint & fabric defense interior and exterior protection using the latest technology to protect your investment. This is $699 is not included in our online or list price.

Features & Options

  • Big Horn Level 2 Equipment Group: Uconnect 4 Radio with 8.4" Display; Rear Window Defroster; ParkSense Front/rear Park Assist with Stop; Rear View Auto Dim Mirror; Power Adjustable Pedals; Rear Power Sliding Window; Rear Dome with On/off Switch Lamp; Glove Box Lamp; Power 4-Way Driver Lumbar Adjust; 115V Auxiliary Rear Power Outlet; Power 8-Way Driver Seat; 2 USB Full Function/charge Only Media Hub; Heated Front Seats; Heated Steering Wheel; Foam Bottle Insert (door Trim Panel); Class IV Receiver Hitch; Dampened Tailgate; Security Alarm; Black Premium Power Mirrors; Big Horn Instrument Panel Badge; Remote Start System; SiriusXM Satellite Radio; 400W Inverter; Air Conditioning ATC with Dual Zone Control; 115V Auxiliary Power Outlet; Universal Garage Door Opener; 2nd Row in Floor Storage Bins; Sun Visors with Illuminated Vanity Mirrors
  • Premium Lighting Group: Front LED Fog Lamps; LED Reflector Headlamps; LED Taillamps
  • Quick Order Package 25Z Big Horn: Big Horn Badge
  • 20" X 9" Aluminum Chrome Clad Wheels
  • 9 Amplified Speakers with Subwoofer
  • ParkSense Front/rear Park Assist with Stop
  • Remote Start System
  • 115V Auxiliary Power Outlet
  • SiriusXM Guardian smart device and keyfob engine start control
  • Smart device and keyfob engine start control
  • Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smart device mirroring
  • Integrated navigation system with voice activation
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Uconnect w/Bluetooth handsfree wireless device connectivity
  • Cloth front seat upholstery
  • Driver seat with 8-way directional controls
  • Front passenger seat with 4-way directional controls
  • 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hot Spot mobile hotspot internet access
  • ParkView rear mounted camera
  • Rear collision mitigation
  • Brake assist system
  • Cruise control with steering wheel mounted controls
  • Heated driver and front passenger seats
  • Primary monitor touchscreen
  • Driver seat power reclining
  • lumbar support
  • cushion tilt
  • fore/aft control and height adjustable control
  • Part and full-time 4WD
  • HEMI 5.7L V-8 variable valve control
  • regular unleaded
  • engine with cylinder deactivation and 395HP
  • Active aerodynamics
  • Bluetooth wireless audio streaming
  • Smart key with push button start
  • Dual-zone front climate control
  • Sentry Key immobilizer
  • Alpine speakers
  • Active noise cancellation
  • SiriusXM Traffic real-time traffic
  • SiriusXM Guardian vehicle integrated emergency SOS system
  • Trailer sway control
  • External memory control
  • Internet radio capability
  • 9 USB ports
  • Electronic stability control system with anti-roll
  • Hill start assist
  • Automatic climate control
  • ParkSense front and rear parking sensors
  • LED brake lights
  • LED front fog lights
  • Leather steering wheel
  • Easy lower tailgate
  • Active grille shutters
  • SiriusXM TravelLink real-time weather
  • Manual rear child safety door locks
  • RAM App mobile app access
  • Illuminated front beverage holders
  • Heated driver and passenger side door mirrors
  • Auto-dimming driver side mirror
  • Power folding door mirrors
  • Manual tilting steering wheel
  • Manual telescopic steering wheel
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2020 Ram 1500 Limited EcoDiesel Review

For a long while, if you wanted a diesel-powered pickup truck you had to move beyond the half-ton segment and into something much bigger. But that’s changed as the key players have given diesel a shot in their volume models. And now for its second act, Ram’s EcoDiesel is more powerful and fuel efficient.
In 2014 Ram broke the mold with the first light-duty diesel pickup in years. Packing 420 pound-feet of torque and delivering 26mpg highway, it offered a combination truck buyers had long been clamoring for. Of course, FCA cheated the Clean Air Act by installing defeat devices but they did start a movement. Nissan added a diesel to the Titan in 2016, Ford added one to the F-150 2 years later and now there’s a new Silverado Diesel. Toyota also played with a Tundra diesel concept over a decade ago but so far nothing has materialized; surprise-surprise.
Now rated at 260 horsepower and a quicker hitting 480 pound-feet of torque, this 3rd gen turbo diesel continues to be imported from Italy and can also be spec’d on the new Jeep Wrangler. The venue for its operation this week though is the Ram 1500 Limited – the priciest and most lavish trim level, starting at about $55,000. It is a gorgeous truck, whether you’re looking at it or sitting in it. With the optional 22” wheels my tester postures more for a night on the town than it does toiling at a work site but either way it’s got the goods to do the job; an adjustable air suspension that goes from slammed to jacked in the press of a switch, push-button 4-wheel drive with an auto setting, the ability to tow 9,700 pounds, a trick tailgate and a cabin so spacious and luxurious you’d think you were riding in a German executive sedan. It’s brilliantly done on a number of levels and includes the smoothest, quietest ride in the segment. When it comes to picking an engine there’s the V8 HEMI with or without eTorque, the mild-hybrid Pentastar V6 and this – the 3.0-liter turbodiesel.
So why choose the diesel here? It costs $5,000 more, it can’t tow as much as the HEMI, diesel fuel is more expensive, you have to add diesel exhaust fluid every so often, it sounds far less appealing, and just like in its bigger Cummins-powered brother it feels absolutely dead under acceleration.
On the positive side, it makes more low-end torque, you hope it will be more durable, and the biggest plus is mileage – the EcoDiesel gets 40% higher MPGs than the HEMI, in turn netting an extra 160 miles in driving range.
Diesel engines earn their keep on long hauls and this one is rated at 29mpg highway but during my week of equally mixed driving, mostly in 2WD, I averaged 21mpg which is the EPA’s city estimate; still an improvement over any of the other available engines but not nearly as impressive as I would have thought. It sounds like a diesel when starting off otherwise the whisper quiet cabin masks the clatter. I just wish it had the oomph of GM’s Duramax…just like the 6.7-liter Cummins in their heavy duty, this one reacts like a sloth to full throttle pushes. The 8-speed auto though is very smooth.
The Limited is the 1500’s highest trim level and delivers the most opulent cabin in the segment, full of detail and smartness. And though it looks cool, tablet-style UConenct isn’t nearly as easy to use as small screen Uconnect.
The cabin is everything you’d want in a luxury rig. Nothing feels cheap or confusing. Engineers deserve major kudos for material selections, clever features such as the large configurable center console and the massive rear seat room with fold up seats and a pop up storage compartment. The gauges are perfection and packed with info including trailering, there’s remote start and a wide wireless device charging pad. The tactile feel of the switchgear is premium and features like the automatic parking assistant, auto high beams and power sidesteps give it a robust, everything but the kitchen sink persona. But this big screen which divides information into a top and bottom section is a little busy and distracting…and I’m a touchscreen advocate. The graphics are the very best but I find some operations, like simply changing the radio station, can be frustrating. And why oh why doesn’t this surround vision camera have the smarts to stay on while you’re maneuvering in a parking lot? Shifting from reverse to drive requires another touchscreen push…not ideal. I’d also opt for the panoramic roof. Otherwise this crew cab with the 5’7” box seems every bit a $69,000 pickup. The only other caveat to mention is that the 22” wheels, priced at $2,100, ding the ride quality some and come wrapped in very non-off-road worthy tires.
So if you’re a high mileage driver predominantly spending time on the highway the EcoDiesel would be a viable option but if you’re rarely traveling between cities and spend most of your time doing short journeys than stick with one of the gas engines.