Unlike the other RAM 2500 trims, the Power Wagon trim isn’t built for towing, but for off-roading. It comes with 33-inch all-terrain tires, front and rear locking differentials, Bilstein shocks, a 12,000-pound winch, and an electronically-disconnecting sway bar.
When it comes to features, the Power Wagon builds upon the Big Horn’s list of equipment, with cloth upholstery, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, the larger 8.4-inch touchscreen, and six audio speakers.
The PowerWagon Level 1 Equipment Group costs $1,895 and adds power-adjustable pedals, second-row in-floor storage bins, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, a universal garage-door opener, and a remote-start system. The PowerWagon Level 2 Equipment Group has all of the equipment from the Level 1 package, but adds an alpine audio system, automatic high-beam assist, a power-adjustable passenger seat, heated rear seats, leather upholstery, LED interior lighting, rain-sensitive windshield wipers, and keyless entry.
The $11,715 75th Anniversary Edition package adds a lot of the same features as the Level 2 package, as well as a Harman Kardon audio system, 17-inch bead-lock capable wheels, a 12-inch touchscreen, and leather upholstery.