Ram 1500 Updates To Look Out For in 2018

2018 Ram 1500 | Flagler CDJR | Palm Coast, FL

The 2018 Ram 1500 will be back better than ever, bringing drivers its signature capability, toughness, versatility, and style in addition to plenty of new goodies to keep you on the edge of your seat. These Ram 1500 updates bring two new editions to the pickup truck’s lineup, the Sport and Big Horn Black models. The addition of these models brings new, fresh features to a long-running – but still wildly popular – vehicle in Ram’s lineup.


The Sport model isn’t the most range-topping model, but it’s still on the more upscale end of the Ram 1500’s lineup, featuring black grille surrounds, accents, and emblems for a sleeker look as well as a double-scoop hood. The iconic cross grille gets ditched in favor of a body-color piece with the “RAM” logo front-and-center.


The Big Horn Black Edition sits just below the Sport model with similarly dark styling, with black paint, wheels, and trim. Additionally, it also has a hood with two scoops but does not have its own exclusive grille design.


There are more Ram 1500 updates on the way, but these are some of the most major additions to the pickup truck for 2018. Watch out for more information on the new 2018 Ram 1500 when it launches here at Flagler CDJR.

Jeep Pickup Truck Closer to Production

Jeep Pickup Truck is closer to production

Enthusiasts have been waiting on the edge of their seats for the new Jeep® pickup truck, but it looks like they’ll have to wait a little longer. The new model is currently around a year away from hitting dealership showrooms. Fortunately, spy shots for a production prototype gives a good look at what to expect from the upcoming model.

The upcoming Jeep® pickup truck will be the first on the lineup in more than 25 years. Forget what we saw in spy shots last year. The latest photos indicate that Jeep® is out to play a whole different ball game.

The new Jeep® pickup boasts an integrated bed with Wrangler wheel arches. Bed sides meet the roof pillars at the perfect angle to create a traditional pickup design. While there’s no word on if the roof is removable, it certainly isn’t out of the question.

Based on the Jeep® Wrangler’s history and reputation for off-road capability and rugged styling, the pickup is bound to follow the same path.

The Jeep® pickup truck will likely begin production in 2018 and arrive in showrooms for the 2019 model year.

We here at Flagler Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram can’t wait for the Jeep® pickup truck to begin production!