Pre-Owned 2022 Ram1500 Lone Star

  • VIN: 1C6RREFT2NN193765
  • Stock: 221216A
On The Lot
at Seguin Chevrolet
Location Details
    Exterior Color
    Red
    Interior Color
    Other
    Odometer
    3,540 miles
    Fuel Economy
    20/25 MPG City/Hwy
    Transmission
    Automatic
    Engine
    5.7 Liter
    Ram 1500
    • Carfax One Owner

    Detailed Specifications

    • Max seating capacity: 6
    • Fuel tank capacity: 33
    • Horsepower: 395

    Dealer Notes

    To protect our Employees, Customers, and the General Public against the spread of COVID-19, Seguin Chevrolet is taking the extra steps necessary to maintain a healthy and sanitary workplace while still meeting customer's needs. Our dealership's management team continues to monitor information from state health authorities and the CDC for their guidelines and recommendations on how we can prevent the spread of this virus. Our Dealership will remain open, please let us know if you have any questions or how we can help! Thank you, and stay safe!
    CARFAX One-Owner. Flame Red Clearcoat 2022 Ram 1500 Big Horn/Lone Star RWD 8-Speed Automatic HEMI 5.7L V8 Multi Displacement VVT 1500 Big Horn/Lone Star.

    Recent Arrival! Odometer is 616 miles below market average!

    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall4.5Out of 5
    • Just leaps & Bounds

      By Johnny Appleseed on Thursday, May 23, 2019

      5.0
      So I optioned first a 2019 Ram Bighorn,8.5 inch nav loaded screen,Level II package,4x4,3:92 axle ELocker,6ft bed.Got pricing from 5 Ram dealerships.Went to 3 Ford dealership’s and all of them never beat the price of the Ram 1500.And these were either ordered or on lots F-150 XLT trim with upgraded to 5.0L V-8 I did not want the V-6 TT turbo engine option to much money with 10 speed.Chevy’s trucks interior was even close in terms of comfort and center-stack just look old schooled.Both the Ford and the Chevy were more money or with in 900.0 dallors of the Ram 1500 but the styling and interior was just way better than the Ford F-150,and the Silverado...GM was not discounting hardly at all so the dealers were bring the price down on there side..Ford F-150’s interior was well just cheap looking with the small screen and hardly had no center storage because the shifter was there,not like the Ram 1500 had. The Ram 1500 center console is just way better design by a mile...Test drove all 3 and the Ram with the coil spring rode the best hands down and was far quieter inside while driving in city traffic during rush hour..My previous truck was a 2014 Ford F-150.I was a brand loyal kinda guy but after all the trips to these dealerships it became evident the Ram 1500 was the easy choice with my hard earn dallor..
    • 2019 RAM 1500 OK but not great ...

      By KK on Thursday, January 09, 2020

      3.0
      I guess I was expecting (or hoping for) more from the "NEW" RAM ... THE GOOD > HEMI 5.7L - smooth powerful and torquey, > relatively quiet > rides and drives well for a pickup THE BAD > HEMI 5.7L fuel economy is abysmal anytime as is the multi displacement system which seems to only work when going downhill THE UGLY > build quality seems questionable, assorted creaks and groans and squeaks > noise cancelling system is junk, at times it adds its own noise to the cabin when things are rattling around in the back > at only 18K miles at times there are puffs of blue smoke (oil) at startup after sitting overnight WOULD I BUY ANOTHER? NO I WILL PASS
    • Best truck so far

      By Ben on Sunday, June 28, 2020

      5.0
      After buying a 2017 Silverado and driving it for 2 1/2 years I found myself test driving a 2019 Rebel and the comparison between the two is almost unfair. My Chevy was a nice truck but this Ram just blew me away. They almost shouldn’t be in the same category. The Rebel didn’t even cost any more than the Silverado but what you get with the Rebel makes the Chevy seem like old technology with a new look. I sent the Chevy on it’s way and never looked back.

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