NAIAS Live: Ram 1500 Mossy Oak Edition launched


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The Ram 1500 Mossy Oak edition returns to Chrysler’s truck brand’s lineup and was displayed at the ongoing 2014 Detroit Auto Show, aimed at America’s outdoor enthusiasts.

Updated for 2014, the Mossy Oak Edition will be available for the first time with the Rambox Cargo Management System, in both the 6 ft 4 in and 5 ft 7 in bed models. The Ram Mossy Oak Edition, based on the Ram Outdoorsman, is available exclusively as a 4X4 Crew Cab model. Prices start at $39,985 (24.59 lakh rupees) with a $1,195 (73,516 rupees) destination charge.

Ram 1500 Mossy Oak Edition front three quarter at NAIAS 2014

The truck comes fitted with standard tow hooks and skid plates to make off-road journeys smooth and gets side cladding as an option. Ram points out that 30 percent of buyers of the 1500 model are hunters and 44 percent like to fish, and these additional features could therefore come in handy.

Ram 1500 Mossy Oak Edition steering wheel at NAIAS 2014

Camouflage patches are applied on the dash and the inside of the doors, with the Mossy Oak logo embroided into the headrests of the special edition.

Ram have not put a number on its production plans. More details can be read in the press release.

Ram 1500 Mossy Oak Edition – Image Gallery

Ram 1500 Mossy Oak Edition – Press Release

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