Coming courtesy of the good folks at the Ram TRX forums, the window sticker featured in the photo gallery lists a total price of $116,535 for one of the first 2024 models to have rolled off the assembly line in Sterling Heights. The destination charge added $1,995 to the base price, along with $1,495 for the red accents, $1,595 for the dual-pane sunroof, $10,995 for the TRX Level 2 Equipment Group, $245 for the Diamond Black Crystal exterior paint job, and $395 for the Bed Utility Group.
Named after Oklahoma Senator Mike Monroney, who sponsored The Automobile Information Disclosure Act of 1958, the Monroney label reads $17,250 in fuel costs over five years. The EPA's fuel economy numbers are 12 miles per gallon (19.6 liters per 100 kilometers) in the combined test cycle, which means 8.3 gallons (31.4 liters) of dinosaur juice per 100 miles (160 kilometers).
Part of the reason the Raptor R-rivaling TRX is this thirsty comes down to the sheer displacement of the Hellcat engine, a two-valve-per-cylinder design with 2.4 liters worth of supercharger magic from IHI. We also have to remember that Ram's most powerful half-ton pickup yet weighs 6,440 pounds (2,921 kilograms).
Rated at 8,100 pounds (3,674 kilograms) for maximum towing capacity and 1,360 pounds (617 kilograms) for maximum payload capacity, the TRX belts out 702 horsepower at 6,100 revolutions per minute and 650 pound-feet (881 Nm) at 4,800 revolutions per minute.
A gift from both the off-road and high-octane gods, the TRX comes with 35-inch rubber shoes from the factory. That's an idea smaller than the Raptor R, which dons 37s for up to 13.1 inches of ground clearance. It's also quite a bit pricier, with Ford asking ridiculous money for it.
For the V6-powered Raptor, the MSRP is $76,775 at press time. Upgrading to 37s will set you back $5,250 for the Raptor 37 Performance Package. If you want the bigger boots and Predator V8 engine, make that $30,575 for the Raptor R Equipment Group. In other words, the final price is $107,350 plus $1,995 DFC.