Like all Ram HD trucks, the 2014 Ram Power Wagon uses a three-link front suspension, and it will add even more off-road capability with the new Ram Articulink system, which adds an electronic sway bar disconnect at speeds below 18 mph. Bilstein shocks are at all four corners, and a two-inch lift finishes off the Power Wagon’s key suspension upgrades. In total, the 2014 Ram Power Wagon will have an impressive 14.5 inches of ground clearance (2.5 inches more than a standard 2014 Ram 2500) and the ability to ford through 30 inches of water. A full array of skid plates underneath the Power Wagon will help protect the truck’s undercarriage.
The Power Wagon will be offered in three trim levels – Tradesman, SLT and Laramie. The base Power Wagon Tradesman starts at $44,495, while the range-topping Power Wagon Laramie tops out at $54,820. In between these two models is the $49,495 Power Wagon SLT will have an appearance that matches the truck’s extreme capabilities. This includes the blacked-out headlights with LED turn signals, the color-keyed grille inserts and the obnoxious body decals that help make the digital mud on the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor look reserved in comparison.