Dialing up a new color for their off-road, heavy-duty Power Wagon, Ram creates yet another unique look for its trucks. The 2018 Ram Power Wagon Mojave Sand edition looks great donned in its new color.
“The Ram Power Wagon is the most off-road capable production pickup in the market today and offering the new Mojave Sand limited edition will appeal to enthusiasts looking for a truck that stands above the crowd,” said Jim Morrison, Head of Ram Brand – FCA North America. “Power Wagon is extraordinarily competent off road and provides both the towing and payload required in a heavy-duty truck.”
According to Ram, the previously the fastest-moving color on the Ram Rebel, this is the first time Mojave Sand exterior paint has been available on a Ram Heavy Duty truck and is exclusive to the Power Wagon. To accompany the new color, new all-black wheels create a complete exterior design element.
The limited-edition truck features an all-black interior with Ram’s Uconnect 8.4-inch touchscreen. Also part of the package, the Power Wagon Mojave Sand adds the Heavy Duty Luxury Group, which includes LED bed lighting, overhead console power heated/fold-away mirrors and a universal garage door opener.
The Ram Power Wagon Mojave Sand limited edition is available in Crew Cab 4×4 at a starting MSRP of $54,830, plus $1,695 destination, and will arrive in dealerships in the fourth quarter of 2018. Production is limited to 1,500 trucks.
About the Ram Power Wagon
Based on the Ram 2500 Heavy Duty 4×4 Crew Cab, the Power Wagon is packed with purpose-built off-road features, including a unique suspension with more than two inches of lift, 14.3 inches of ground clearance, front and rear locking differentials, an electric disconnecting front sway bar, 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires and a 12,000-lb. winch. Powered by a 410 horsepower, 6.4-liter HEMI® V-8 engine, the Ram Power Wagon is the most off-road capable production pickup available.
Dating back to 1945, the Ram Power Wagon’s heritage holds a distinctive position in the Ram Truck lineup as an example of engineering innovation and off-road capability with best-in-class, can-do toughness. The Power Wagon nameplate was initially produced through 1980. Early trucks were based on the Weapons Carrier (WC) series of Dodge ¾-ton military-use trucks built during World War II. The Power Wagon went on to become a well-known civilian vehicle. The iconic truck was reintroduced in 2005 and now exists as an independent model in the Ram Truck lineup.