Fiat Chrysler to Reveal New Ram Truck at Chicago Auto Show

FCA US LLC will roll into the 2016 Chicago Auto Show Feb. 13-21 with a variety of displays and driving experiences, including the new Ram truck, which will be introduced during a media preview on Thursday.

FCA US LLC will roll into the 2016 Chicago Auto Show Feb. 13-21 with a variety of displays and driving experiences, including the new Ram truck, which will be introduced during a media preview on Thursday.

The Ram Truck display will feature the latest Ram models, including the Ram 1500 Rebel, Ram Limited editions and Ram 1500 EcoDiesel. 

Equipped with factory lift, 33-inch tires, standard air suspension, skid plates, tow hooks and other off-road-ready features, the Ram 1500 Rebel appeals to the truck owner looking for a less-beaten path.

For truck buyers who want both luxury and performance, Ram’s Limited editions also will be on display. Available in Ram 1500, 2500 or 3500, the Ram Limited features premium materials, such as all-black, full-leather seating, real-wood interior components and unique badges.

The Ram Truck display also will feature the Ram 1500 EcoDiesel, with the best fuel economy of any full-size truck at 29 mpg. For those who require the highest levels of capability, the Ram 2500 will be on the show floor along with the Ram ProMaster, Ram ProMaster City and Ram Commercial’s cargo vans.

Showcasing its 75th Anniversary lineup of vehicles, the Jeep brand returns to the Chicago Auto Show. All 75th Anniversary special-edition models feature Jeep-exclusive green exterior paint (Sarge Green, Recon Green or Jungle Green, depending on model), Low Gloss Bronze wheels, bronze and orange exterior accents, unique interiors, including exclusive seats with embossed 75th Anniversary logo or one-of-a-kind Ombre Mesh fabric, open-air freedom and a 75th Anniversary exterior badge.

 

 

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