Climb aboard our 2022 RAM TRX, and launch your next trip from average to exhilarating. This is it – the apex predator of trucks for all of you type A personalities, the people who want to command the paved, and not-so-paved roads. The Ford Raptor started it, and the RAM TRX has finished it. Powered by a 6.2L SuperCharged V8, producing 702HP, this behemoth begs to play, and it accomplishes feats that shouldn’t be possible for a beast that weighs 6400 pounds. The TRX sits on 35″ all terrain tires, and rides on computer controlled adaptive suspension, so it can drive, or jump, over almost anything to get you where you need to go on your next adventure. **Our lawyer says we aren’t supposed to endorse the jumping though – sorry**
Our TRX is loaded up with the TR2 Trim, which includes a host of luxury features normally found in pretentious German rides. Heads Up Display, 12 inch touchscreen, Digital Rear View Mirror, 19 speaker Harmon Kardon sound, heated and Cooled front and rear seats, heated steering, Laguna leather sport bucket seats, 360 camera, full time AWD, dual-pane panoramic sunroof, and more.
The bed utility group includes bed lighting, bed liner, multiple tie downs, and a tailgate step, so you can carry your mountain bike, gear, rocks, or whatever else you may need when you’re on the way to King of the Hammers.
We can always deliver to Denver International. If you don’t see the option when booking, ask us. If you want to learn more about the TRX keep reading…
Hiding between the TRX’s bulging fenders and below its scooped hood is a supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi V-8. More popularly known as the Hellcat engine, this specific version produces 702 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque, which is sent to all four wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission. During our testing, the TRX shot to 60 mph in just 3.7 seconds and completed the quarter-mile in 12.3 seconds at 110 mph. That makes it the quickest pickup we’ve ever tested. Despite its hefty curb weight and huge footprint, the Hellcat-powered Ram is surprisingly refined and easy to handle on paved roads. Still, its supercharged V-8 is ready to emit exciting sounds from its exhaust pipes. Of course, the TRX is meant to play in the mud, rocks, and sand, too. Along with a reinforced steel frame, it boasts a beefed-up suspension that’s built to bend and bound with more than 13 inches of travel. It rolls on a set of massive 35-inch all-terrain tires mounted on 18-inch wheels that contribute to the truck’s 11.8 inches of ground clearance. Ram says the half-ton Hellcat can also ford up to 32 inches of water. Every TRX comes with enough underbody plating to protect a Brink’s truck, Bilstein remote-reservoir dampers, an electronic-locking rear differential, and gigantic 15.0-inch front brakes. What’s more?
Ram has redefined expectations for truck interiors with its latest half-ton pickups, which deliver rich-looking materials and impeccable insulation from outside noise. That level of luxury and refinement looks to continue on the TRX, which is offered solely as a crew cab with the short cargo bed. Inside, the base model’s cloth upholstery and standard equipment is based on the Ram 1500 Rebel. However, the optional TR1 and TR2 packages make the cabin look and feel significantly snazzier thanks to leather-covered surfaces and a mix of microsuede and carbon-fiber accents. The TRX’s flat-bottom steering wheel features a pair of prominent paddle shifters, but there’s also a floor shifter located on the center console. The TRX’s top options include a digital rearview mirror, a head-up display, and heated and ventilated front seats.
Vertically mounted in the middle of the dashboard on every TRX is a 12.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system. The unit boasts Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, built-in navigation, and SiriusXM satellite radio. The display can be divided into separate menus so that multiple applications can be open at once, and it also features physical knobs and buttons on the screen’s surrounding bezel for more intuitive controls. The truck can also be outfitted with a mighty 900-watt, 19-speaker Harman Kardon sound system.