2021 Ram 1500 TRX 4x4 Crew Cab 5'7" Box
2021 Dodge Ram TRX, Loaded, Ram Bar Ready for Immediate Delivery, Tough!!!
Presented is the mighty TRX! With Dodge announcing the end of the SRT group, Supercharged V8 days are numbered and trucks like the TRX will fall in into the "they don't build them like this anymore" category. A great opportunity on an excellent truck!
With just 550 this TRX is in as New Condition and ready to be enjoyed!!!
Well optioned with the desirable options:
- Granite Crystal Metallic
- Lower Tone Two Paint
- Leather Trimmed Bucket Seats
- Mopar Rambar
- Dual Pane Panoramic Sunroof
- Black Pwr Fold Trailer Tow Mirrors
- TRX Level 2 Equipment Group
- Advanced Safety Group
- Trailer Tow Group
- Technology Group
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About the TRX:
The Ram Rebel TRX is a concept 4x4 truck designed and produced by the FCA US LLC design studio for the 2016 Texas State Fair, introduced on September 29th of that year as an engineering, design and consumer-interest study. On June 1, 2018, Mike Manley, then head of Ram and Jeep, announced a production truck based on the TRX will be produced as a 2021 model year according to the five year plan.
The non-production modifications of the concept prototype include 37" tires mounted on Mopar 18" bead-lock wheels featuring body color matched rings, two full size spare wheels and tires in a bed mount configuration also featuring a lockable unit housing a jack, tow strap, and room for more tools. Other production departures include a six inch wider track with extended fenders to cover the wider wheel base, giving the truck an hourglass look when viewed from above, LED clearance lights, a tire rack mounted LED light bar, five inch side exhaust integrated into protective rock rails, skid plates, a supercharged 6.2-liter supercharged HEMI engine based on the popular Hellcat featured in Dodge Chargers, Challengers, and the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, but detuned for the truck application to 575 horsepower mated to a TorqueFlite 8HP70 transmission and a BorgWarner 44-45 transfer case. The drive train features four modes from which to choose: Normal, Wet/Snow, Off-road and Baja. The rear axle is a Dynatrac Pro 60 and the vehicle also features an electronic axle locker available in all modes. The modified suspension is built onto a stock "DS" Series Ram platform 1500 frame. The link coil based suspension is upgraded with performance springs, 2.5" King Racing Shocks and feature a 40% increase in travel to 13" front and rear from the standard 9".
The interior also features multiple deviations from the stock Ram Rebel 1500 including suede inserts in the seats, "sport-sanctioned lateral support upper bolsters with embroidered logos", six point harnesses, cloth door pulls, a console shifter, a rotary selector for the various drive modes, an anodized steering wheel with accent stitching, paddle shifters, a tool bag featuring TRX labeling, carbon fiber and red metal inlays, a camera mount near the rearview mirror, and a sport bar to which the six point harnesses mount.
After the unveiling of the concept at the 2016 Texas State Fair, multiple online media published positive reactions:
"For now, all we can do is dream about owning one of these beasts as it is still just a concept vehicle."
"Ram should use this golden opportunity to put an insane, over-powered off-roading truck into production, because it will surely sell quickly, is relatively easy to build, and would be in a segment that only has one other competitor . . . It's time for Ram to build the TRX."
"Back in the day, Dodge put a Viper engine in a Ram pickup truck . . . since those glory days, there hasn't been a true high performance truck from the car company with horns. That needs to change, and now is the time."
In February 2018, Jared Belfour, citing unnamed sources, reported that two Ram Rebel models based on the Ram Rebel TRX concept will be produced. A base version featuring a new version of the naturally aspirated 426 cubic inch (7.0L) HEMI engine and the optional Supercharged 6.2L HEMI engine as well as a 2021 release date.
Later that same year in April, also citing unnamed sources, 5thGenRams reported that the two engine options will be associated with different names where the "Ram Rebel TR" features the naturally aspirated 426 c.i.d HEMI engine and the "Ram Rebel TRX" features the supercharged 6.2L HEMI engine. Unlike the concept, the supercharged 6.2L HEMI will not be detuned to 575 horsepower, but is reported to put out the same 707 horsepower as the engines used in the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcats, Charger SRT Hellcats, and the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk.
Ram announced the TRX on August 17th 2020. It will be powered by a supercharged Hellcat engine producing 702-hp and will debut as a 2021 model
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