Ram Harvest edition FCA
Ram recently launched a new line of Harvest Edition Chassis Cab trucks aimed at farm families.

Ram launches chassis cab truck for ag market

New Harvest Edition Class 3-5 medium-duty trucks for farm families recently unveiled in Nebraska

Ram is celebrating its agricultural bonds with a new edition designed specifically for America’s farm families.

The 2018 Ram Chassis Cab Harvest Edition is an agricultural market-specific truck and is visually distinguished by two limited-availability colors: Case IH Red and New Holland Blue (Brilliant Black and Bright White also available).

Ram recently unveiled the new Class 3-5 medium-duty trucks, expected to go on sale in the third quarter of 2018, at the Husker Harvest Days in Grand Island NE.
“Addressing a direct request from farmers, Ram is the only manufacturer to offer Chassis Cab commercial trucks in colors that match two of the most popular lines of farm equipment in the nation,” said Jim Morrison, head of Ram Brand, FCA North America. “The Ram Harvest Edition Chassis Cab delivers high capability and gives farming families a way to show their agricultural brand loyalty.”
In August 2017, Ram launched 1500, 2500 and 3500 pickup versions of the Harvest Edition.
Case IH and New Holland farm tractors and other agricultural equipment are manufactured by subsidiaries of CNH Industrial. CNH Industrial N.V. shares a common ancestry with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V.  
The Harvest Edition will be available across the Ram 3500 (SRW and DRW), 4500 and 5500 (DRW, 60-inch and 80-inch cab-to-axle lengths) Chassis Cab lineup, in all four-door Crew Cab and two-door Regular Cab configurations. Optional powertrains include 4x4 versions of the 6.4-liter HEMI V-8 or 6.7-liter Cummins Turbo Diesel.
Harvest Edition Chassis Cab trucks are loaded with functional features that are designed to work, including large front tow hooks, a transfer-case skid plate, side steps, fog lamps and a rear back-up camera.
Ram Harvest Edition Chassis Cab pricing is expected to range from $43,990 or the Ram 3500 to $49,240 for the 5500.

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