Ram Warlock Review (limited edition!)
September 1, 2020
The Ram 1500 line-up is about to grow yet again, this time with the addition of a high-riding, tough-looking Warlock limited edition.
It will be the fourth model in the revised Ram 1500 Classic range, joining the Ram 1500 Express Quad Cab (with shorter rear doors and a longer ute bed), the Ram 1500 Express Crew Cab (with longer rear doors, more back seat space, and a shorter ute tub), and the flagship Ram 1500 Laramie (with longer rear doors, more back seat space, and a shorter ute tub).
The Ram 1500 Warlock edition is based on the Express Crew Cab and in Australia comes standard with a Ram Box, the handy storage area along the top of each rear fender.
It also gains a unique grille, bulging bonnet with vents, wheel arch flares, a one-inch suspension lift, charcoal 20-inch alloy wheels, side steps, manually opening rear window, protector headlights, leather upholstery and console lid, and 10-way electric adjustment for the driver seat.
The vehicles cannot not be remanufactured to right-hand-drive fast enough to meet demand, even though the Melbourne assembly line switched to 24-hour, five-days-a-week production a year ago.
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