2020 Ram 3500 Trim Levels

2020 Ram 3500 exterior shot driving away from mountainous city

Big jobs often require a big truck. One of the largest trucks available to the general public is the 2020 Ram 3500. Rated to tow up to 35,000 lbs when properly equipped, the Ram 3500 is an undeniable powerhouse of getting things done. With a cost of entry that’s only $2,000 more than the Ram 1500, the Ram 3500 is ready to lend its power to a wide range of customers with different budgets and different goals in mind.

Despite its size, the 2020 Ram 3500 has more trim levels than plenty of other vehicles. Having five trim levels on the 2020 model year of the heavy-duty pickup means anyone can find the 3500 equipped just how they want it. From the Tradesman® to the Limited, customers can buy the 2020 Ram 3500 as a no-nonsense workhorse or a high-sitting towing machine with remarkable luxury not only for its class but for pickup trucks as a whole. The chart below assembles some of the most important available highlights of each trim level of the 3500 and lays them next to each other for ease of comparison.



Tradesman® 

Big Horn® 

Laramie 

Laramie Longhorn 

Limited 

Work Grade Vinyl Seats or Available Cloth Seats  Four Cloth Interior Color Combinations  Leather Seat Trim with Suede Inserts  Southwestern-Themed Interior & Exterior Design  100% Leather Seats with Real Wood and Aluminum Accented Interior 
Chrome Appearance Package  12-Inch Uconnect® Touchscreen  LED Ambient Lighting  Two-Tone Paint Options  750-Watt 17-Speaker Harman/Kardon® Premium Audio System 
18-Inch Chrome Clad Aluminum Wheels  Active Noise Cancellation and Acoustic Laminated Glass  Soft-Touch Interior Body Panels  100% Leather Enhanced with Alligator-Embossing  4G LTE Wi-Fi Hotspot Capabilities  
Active Grille Shutters  9-Speaker Apline® Premium Audio System  Available 12-Month SiriusXM Radio  RamBox® Cargo Management System  360-Degree Surround View Camera 

Comparison Analysis

Not everyone needs the high-luxury feel and experience of driving the Limited trim of the 2020 Ram 3500, but for some, it’s a deal-maker they can’t live without. Long Haul Trailering and other distance-oriented work may make it worthwhile to shell out the extra cash for the Laramie Longhorn or Limited trim levels and maximize comfort over the extended trip.

The Tradesman® and Big Horn® will still do extraordinarily well for those who need little more than a way to carry or tow heavy loads any distance. Regardless of which trim level you choose, the 2020 Ram 3500 is built strong enough for the toughest of jobs.