SUVs & Trucks

2018 Ram Harvest Edition: Trucks are perfect for farmers, but John Deere fans won’t like color options

The 2018 Ram Harvest Edition will have its clients without any doubt. The edition is available across Ram’s entire four-door range, so the U.S. farmers can choose between 1500, 2500 and 3500 models, which are specially designed and equipped for the agricultural market. Let’s see what’s so special here:

No matter whether you choose 1500, 2500 or 3500 models, the Ram Harvest Edition model pretty much the same treatment. The car manufacturer thought on every single detail here, so the trucks feature pretty much everything one farmer need. There are both are side steps and rear bumper step, as well as mud flaps. Of course, rubber floor mats are an inevitable part of the trucks, while the manufacturer also added a standard Sirius radio with access to weather, as well as 4G WiFi and navigation. Four-wheel drive models are featuring tow hook, while the Ram 1500 sports lifted suspension for one inch.

Aside of these quite useful farm-upgrades, the 2018 Ram Harvest Edition gets a special exterior treatment. The manufacturer painted the truck in Case IH red and New Holland blue which was expected due to the connection with CNH Industrial, but for those who prefer John Deere, the carmaker offers white, black and silver shades. As you can see, the workhorse is completely chrome-treated. There are chrome wing mirrors, a chrome front grille, and chrome bumpers, while the 1500 model features chrome-polished wheels as well.

The 2018 Ram 1500 Harvest Edition is priced at $41,305, but in case you need the Heavy Duty model, you will have to set out $47,630.

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