New Ram 1500 Texas Ranger Edition
The Dallas Auto Show occurred at the end of last month. There weren’t a lot of headline-stealing vehicles unveiled at this show. However, the new Ram 1500 Texas Ranger Edition that was released was certainly worth the price of admission. This vehicle was created to honor the Texas Rangers. The Texas Rangers were an iconic law enforcement agency that brought order and justice to the state of Texas during the frontier time period.
This concept pickup truck has been designed to honor this historic law enforcement agency, and it looks absolutely stunning. This vehicle features relatively minor exterior changes. However, it does boast some attractive badging that is based off from the star shaped law badges of the Texas Rangers. These unique badges are fitted to the back tailgate and the front fenders. This badge is also found in the center of the 20-inch aluminum rims. The exterior of this vehicle is also painted white and silver to represent the white hats and silver badges that the Texas Rangers always wear.
The interior of this vehicle is really attractive as well. It boasts a stylish Canyon Brown and Tan leather. They have also implemented five-peso coins into the door insets because the Texas Ranger Badges have always been made from this limited-issue Mexican currency. They have also sewn the Texas Ranger logo into the seats to round off this attractive interior. Last but not least, the center stack boasts a lockable box that can be used as secure storage.
Anyone interested in learning more about this new Ram 1500 Texas Ranger Edition pickup truck is encouraged to visit us at Dave Syverson Auto Center. Our expert sales associates would be happy to sit down with you and answer any questions that you may have.
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