RAMBOX Cargo Management System w/ 115-Volt Aux Power Outlet, Truck Bed Cargo Divider, Dual-Pane Panoramic Sunroof, Premium Leather with Perforated Inserts & Suede Bolsters, UCONNECT Navigation w/ 12” Touchscreen Display, 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hot Spot, Apple CarPlay & Google Android Auto, Bluetooth, SiriusXM, USB Mobile Projection, Floor Console, G/T Interior Theme, Heated Steering Wheel, Rear 60/40 Split-Folding Bench Seat, LED Footwell Lighting, Mopar Bright Pedal Kit, Performance Pages, Power 8-Way Driver/ Passenger Seats, Power Adjustable Pedals, Premium Overhead Console, A/C with Dual-Zone Automatic Temperature Control, Front Heated & Ventilated Seats, Media Hub with 2 USB Charging Ports, Park-Sense Front & Rear Park Assist, Power Adjustable Pedals, Universal Garage Door Opener, 9 Alpine Speakers with Subwoofer, Second-Row Heated Seats, Wireless Charging Pad, Trailer Brake Control, Deployable Bed Step, Tonneau Cover, Mopar Spray-In Bedliner, Sport Performance Hood, 3.92 Rear Axle, 8-Speed Automatic Transmission w/ Steering Wheel-Mounted Shift Control, 5.7L HEMI V8 Engine w/FuelSaver MDS & eTorque, 18” Black Alloy Wheels, Flame Red with Diamond Black Crystal Pearl, Balance of Factory Warranty and Only 10,268 KM
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2022 RAM 1500 Rebel G/T: Off-Road Capable, On-Road Comfortable. Pickups have a variety of talents, but the 2022 Ram 1500 is more talented than most half-ton trucks because it’s significantly nicer. Want a TRX but don’t have $100,000+ lying around? The G/T package on the 2022 Rebel offers an alternative…
The G/T package can only be had with a 5.7L V8 that has a mild-hybrid system piggybacked onto it. Engine output’s the same with or without the 48-volt add-on – it makes 395 hp and 410 lb-ft of torque – but it provides an electrical kick in the pants in the form of 130 lb-ft of additional torque at launch. That means nearly imperceptible pulses of electrons fire the truck up again when the ignition stop-start system is working, while also getting the truck rolling.
There’s also the matter of the cold-air intake and cat-back exhaust that come with the G/T package. While the brand doesn’t explicitly claim the truck generates any extra output, it’s hard to imagine an engine that breathes better wouldn’t have a net benefit that shows up on the spec sheet. Either way, it sounds simply phenomenal, with even gentle throttle application rewarded with a confident bellow befitting of a proper sport truck.
Any vehicle that generates more than 400 lb-ft of torque is bound to feel swift, and that’s certainly the case here. The combination of the cat-back exhaust and the progressive power from the motor makes piloting this pickup an immersive experience. The eight-speed automatic transmission switches gears smoothly, while the G/T pack’s paddle shifters provide an extra level of engine control, whether when hauling a heavy load or simply running it up to redline.
There’s a duality to this truck, too. It’s not amped up all the time like its V10-powered predecessor – although the rumble of the exhaust is a bit of a devil on the shoulder. No, it’s a perfectly capable pickup in the traditional sense, not to mention the modern one that more and more has them serving as family haulers.
In that way, the Ram 1500 is probably the best in the business for its SUV-like drivability.
The cabin provides a somewhat surprising upscale atmosphere given this trim’s place in the lineup, although much of it is a result of the extensive options that were added to this truck. For instance, the heated front seats and steering wheel are standard, but the combination leather and suede upholstery, as well as the eight-way power adjustability and ventilation for both front seats, and the driver’s seat memory settings and power-adjustable pedals, are part of the G/T package. Likewise, the dual-zone automatic climate control system is part of the Level 2 package, while the heated rear seats here come with the Comfort and Convenience pack.
When it comes to tough trucks that don’t make you feel as though you’re sitting in a cheap hotel, RAM’s 1500 series does not disappoint.
Ever since RAM debuted this generation of the 1500 in 2019, it has turned heads. Even people who never pictured themselves as a truck owner are all-in for RAM’s pickup. And that, admittedly, has a lot to do with looks. Inside and out, the 1500 is a handsome devil.
Trucks are practical and smart when you’re heading out of town toward unpaved roads. And a 2022 RAM 1500 is a stellar example. The Rebel trim is smack-dab in the middle of the lineup, and it doesn’t skimp on comfort features.
The Rebel Rules the Outdoors – If you have your eye on a truck for rocky mountain roads, the Rebel is more than capable. From the base 1500, the RAM Rebel has upgraded shocks that help to absorb the impact on rough routes. It also has an electronic locking rear differential that helps find additional traction and should help keep you from getting stuck. Skid plates protect the belly of this beast from damage while you’re bopping over boulders. Hill descent control offers more confidence taking on steep slippery downhills.
The 3.92 rear axle ratio makes climbing grades and pulling a camper or a trailer hauling dirt bikes for some off-road shenanigans a breeze. The paddle shifters, console-mounted performance shifter, and metal pedal kit are firsts for non-TRX models and sweeten the package.
Bringing some four-legged friends along? They’ll appreciate the power-sliding rear window, so they can hang their tongues out and get some fresh air while you’re driving along.
One of my favorite RAM features is the RamBox, which is a storage compartment accessible from the side of the truck. You could fill it up with ice and keep a fresh catch in there until you’re ready to fillet it, or a whole case of beverages for the campout.
The Ram 1500’s unmatched luxury transcends traditional pickups without compromising its capability.