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2016 Ram 2500 2WD Prices: MSRP vs Dealer Invoice vs True Dealer Cost

2016 Ram 2500 2WD Invoice Price Guide - Holdback - Dealer Cost - MSRP
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MSRP What is MSRP? Invoice Price What is Dealer Invoice Price? Destination Fee Whatis the Destination Fee? Holdback What is Holdback? Dealer Cost What is Dealer Cost?
Note: The Ram 2500 2WD price report below does not include rebates or incentives. View Ram Rebates and Incentives.

Ram 2500 2WD Prices - How Much is a Ram 2500 2WD?

2016 2500 4X2 Tradesman Regular Cab w/140.5 in. WB 350-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 370-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/bi-fuel - gas/natural gas
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/reg gas
• 410-hp, 6.4L V8 (8 cyl.) (premium)
MSRP
$31,780
Invoice Price
$30,038
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$953
Dealer Cost
$30,280
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2016 2500 4X2 Tradesman Crew Cab w/149 in. WB 350-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 370-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/reg gas
• 410-hp, 6.4L V8 (8 cyl.) (premium)
MSRP
$35,550
Invoice Price
$33,473
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$1,067
Dealer Cost
$33,602
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2016 2500 4X2 Tradesman Crew Cab w/169 in. WB 350-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 370-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/bi-fuel - gas/natural gas
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/reg gas
• 410-hp, 6.4L V8 (8 cyl.) (premium)
MSRP
$35,750
Invoice Price
$33,652
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$1,073
Dealer Cost
$33,775
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2016 2500 4X2 SLT Regular Cab w/140.5 in. WB 350-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 370-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/bi-fuel - gas/natural gas
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/reg gas
• 410-hp, 6.4L V8 (8 cyl.) (premium)
MSRP
$35,755
Invoice Price
$33,597
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$1,073
Dealer Cost
$33,719
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2016 2500 4X2 SLT Crew Cab w/149 in. WB 350-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 370-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/reg gas
• 410-hp, 6.4L V8 (8 cyl.) (premium)
MSRP
$39,975
Invoice Price
$37,433
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$1,199
Dealer Cost
$37,429
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2016 2500 4X2 SLT Crew Cab w/169 in. WB 350-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 370-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/bi-fuel - gas/natural gas
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/reg gas
• 410-hp, 6.4L V8 (8 cyl.) (premium)
MSRP
$40,175
Invoice Price
$37,612
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$1,205
Dealer Cost
$37,602
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2016 2500 4X2 SLT Mega Cab w/160.5 in. WB 350-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 370-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/reg gas
• 410-hp, 6.4L V8 (8 cyl.) (premium)
MSRP
$41,425
Invoice Price
$38,985
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$1,243
Dealer Cost
$38,937
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2016 2500 4X2 Laramie Crew Cab w/149 in. WB 350-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 370-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/reg gas
• 410-hp, 6.4L V8 (8 cyl.) (premium)
MSRP
$46,540
Invoice Price
$43,308
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$1,396
Dealer Cost
$43,107
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2016 2500 4X2 Laramie Crew Cab w/169 in. WB 350-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 370-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/reg gas
• 410-hp, 6.4L V8 (8 cyl.) (premium)
MSRP
$46,740
Invoice Price
$43,487
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$1,402
Dealer Cost
$43,280
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2016 2500 4X2 Laramie Mega Cab w/160.5 in. WB 350-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 370-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/reg gas
• 410-hp, 6.4L V8 (8 cyl.) (premium)
MSRP
$47,990
Invoice Price
$44,861
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$1,440
Dealer Cost
$44,616
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2016 2500 4X2 Longhorn Crew Cab w/149 in. WB 370-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/reg gas
• 410-hp, 6.4L V8 (8 cyl.) (premium)
MSRP
$52,215
Invoice Price
$48,387
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$1,566
Dealer Cost
$48,016
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2016 2500 4X2 Longhorn Crew Cab w/169 in. WB 370-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/reg gas
• 410-hp, 6.4L V8 (8 cyl.) (premium)
MSRP
$52,415
Invoice Price
$48,566
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$1,572
Dealer Cost
$48,189
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2016 2500 4X2 Longhorn Mega Cab w/160.5 in. WB 370-hp, 6.7L I-6 w/diesel
• 383-hp, 5.7L V8 (8 cyl.) w/reg gas
• 410-hp, 6.4L V8 (8 cyl.) (premium)
MSRP
$53,665
Invoice Price
$49,941
Destination Fee
$1,195
Holdback
$1,610
Dealer Cost
$49,526
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2017 Ram 2500 2WD Overview:
The 2017 Ram 2500 2WD is part of Ram’s line of long-lasting, reliable pickups. The towing capacity of this ¾-ton pickup alone is the best in its class when it’s properly equipped. This truck comes with an assortment of powerful engine and transmission combinations that deliver the torque and power you need.

What’s New For 2017?

For the new model year, Ram added the Power Wagon model, which is off-road focused, able to navigate you through tough terrain. Another addition is the 4x4 off-road package, which includes a wide variety of additional options that are optimized for all-terrain driving. The trims Laramie, Laramie Longhorn and Limited acquire a new standard engine, a 6.4L V8 (instead of the previous 5.7L V8)

In-Between Heavy Hauler

The 2017 Ram 2500 2WD sits between the smaller Ram 1500 and much larger Ram 3500. The 2500 is afforded three engine options: a 5.7L HEMI V8 engine with variable valve timing to increase efficiency, which produces 383 horsepower and 400 lb-ft. of torque. This engine allows you to tow 13,890 lbs. Also available is the 6.4L HEMI V8, which produces 410 horsepower and 429 lb-ft. of torque. This engine lets you tow a bit more, 16,320 lbs. Finally, the Ram 2500 is available with the 6.7L Cummins turbo I6 diesel engine that produces a bit less horsepower - 370 - but an incredible amount of torque at 800 lb-ft. This engine also delivers the most towing capacity, best in its class for a ¾-ton pickup, at 17,980 lbs. Customers can also choose from a six-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission for the Ram 2500.

Styles/Trim Levels

The 2017 Ram 2500 2WD is available in seven trim levels with multiple cab capacities and bed lengths. The Tradesman and SLT trims let you choose from regular or crew cabs, with a mega cab available on the SLT as well, but for upper trim levels, only the crew cab or higher is available. The higher the trim levels, the more refined the interiors become.

  • Tradesman: the base model for this line, it has heavy-duty vinyl seats and extra in-cab storage compartments for crew cab models. It also has a 3.5-inch digital cluster display of driver information.
  • SLT: Includes all Tradesman features, plus SiriusXM satellite radio, chrome bumpers in the front and rear, and a temperature and compass display.
  • Big Horn: 10-way power driver’s seat, available backup camera and available UConnect infotainment system.
  • Laramie: Heated and ventilated front leather-trimmed seats, power driver and passenger seats, UConnect with an 8.4-inch touchscreen are standard, as is a rear backup camera and parking assistance sensors on the front and rear.
  • Laramie Longhorn: All of the above features of the Laramie, along with premium leather seats, a double-stacked center console for stowing your daily essentials, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
  • Power Wagon: Optimized for off-road performance, this trim level includes electronically locking front and rear axles, an electronically disconnecting front stabilizer bar, 33-inch tires, gas-charged shocks, a 12,000-pound winch with a 90-foot cable, and hill descent control. If you choose this trim level, it’s only available in 4x4.
  • Limited: Has everything listed above, all the interior options you could want and an exclusive cargo management system sitting on 20-inch wheels.

 

The Ram 2500 2WD is a versatile, powerful outstanding truck that provides luxurious interiors and useful accessories to keep you comfortable while making light work of heavy-duty towing jobs.

How to Calculate The Dealer Cost of a Ram 2500 2WD:

Formula for Calculating Dealer Cost:

  • Example: Base Ram 2500 2WD invoice price + the dealer Invoice price of options + destination - Holdback = Total Dealer Cost.
  • What is Holdback? A hidden amount that manufacturers give back to a dealer. It is a percentage of the MSRP or the Invoice price.

Total Dealer Cost - Rebate and Incentive + Taxes / Licensing Fees = True Dealer Cost. (You can get rebates and incentives here.)

Note: All Ram 2500 2WD Prices above are approximate amounts. Prices are subject to change without notice.

A note about rebates: Most rebates are subtracted from the "on the road" figure. In most cases, you can have the rebate if you are arranging your own financing or you are paying cash. If you decide to use the manufacturer’s low interest financing, you do not usually get the rebate. Ask your dealer for details.

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