RAM farewells TRX with Final Edition

With overseas production of the current-spec RAM 1500 TRX – powered by a 6.2-litre supercharged HEMI V8 engine – concluding at the end of last year, the truck maker has launched a Final Edition, loaded with goodies.

Just 130 examples have been made available in Australia, and are available in three unique colours; Delmonico Red, Night Edge Blue and Harvest Sunrise, with the Final Edition offered from $249,950 plus on-roads.

The RAM TRX set new benchmarks for power and performance among full-size pick-up trucks when it debuted in Australia in 2022, and its performance remains for this farewell variant, with a monstrous 523kW and 882Nm on tap.

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Satin Titanium bead-lock capable wheels with a matching 6.2-litre hood badge and bed decal also feature, along with Patina stitching on the dashboard, seats and an embroidered TRX logo on the seat back.

A Final Edition cluster screen, ultra-premium centre console badge (complete with build number), passenger-side TRX dashboard badge in Satin Titanium finish, and Triaxle-suede door panel inserts all feature.

Those are joined by 4×4 weave matte carbon fibre on the instrument panel, doors, console and steering wheel, all help distinguish the TRX Final Edition as something special. Standard features also include a TorqueFlite 8HP95 8-speed automatic transmission.

You’ll also find dual-path air induction, a full-time active transfer case with upgraded internals for improved strength and durability, and a unique suspension system with active damping. The TRX uses a Dana 60 solid rear axle with a 3.55 ratio.

An electronic locking rear differential is standard, as are front and rear 2.6-inch Bilstein Black Hawk e2 adaptive performance shocks. There’s a drive mode selector, launch control, and the latest Uconnect 5C NAV 12-inch touchscreen infotainment system.

That’s hooked to a 900-watt, 19-speaker Harman Kardon audio system. If that’s not enough, Baja drive mode calibrates four-wheel-drive and steering systems, stability control, paddle shifters and suspension should you want to go crazy.

Safety tech includes ParkView rear backup camera with dynamic grid lines, electronic stability control with roll mitigation and six air bags, blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, ready alert braking and full-speed forward collision warning plus.

The RAM 1500 TRX is set to be replaced by a cheaper 6-cylinder offering known as the RHO in 2025. Reach out to your local dealership if you’re keen on a Final Edition, and if you’re keen on one and need finance, talk to CreditOne.

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