The 2021 Ram 2500 Power Wagon 75th Anniversary Edition (pictured) apparently proved popular enough that the company essentially decided to continue offering the package for 2022, but without the special emblems to mark the milestone. Ram will call it the Level 3 package, according to Mopar Insiders citing the sources of its dealers.
Like the 75th Anniversary Edition, the Level 3 Pack makes the Power Wagon a bit more upscale. Equipment includes electrically folding side view mirrors with memory, electrically adjustable auxiliary sections and reversing lights. There are also automatic high beams and body-colored door handles. The on-the-fly electronic transfer case, usually optional, is part of the equipment in this package.
Inside, the package includes heated and ventilated front seats, in addition to a heated bench seat in the rear. The driver holds a heated steering wheel, and there are power-adjustable pedals. The passenger has a seat with eight-way power adjustment and two-way lumbar movement. There is a mix of aluminum and black trim in the cabin. A 12-inch infotainment system and a 17-speaker Harman Kardon stereo keep occupants entertained.
Some things from the 75th Anniversary Edition don’t seem to apply to the Tier 3 package. Buyers don’t get the 17-inch wheels capable of locking heels and rock rails. However, this equipment is part of the existing Power Wagon all-terrain package. Mopar Insiders notes that the LED projector headlights don’t appear to come with the Tier 3 package, like on the Anniversary Edition.
The Power Wagon has a 6.4-liter V8 producing 410 horsepower (306 kilowatts) and going through an eight-speed automatic transmission. Front and rear locking differentials make locking off-road more difficult.
Ram is not giving details on the 2022 Ram 2500 lineup yet, so the Tier 3 bundle pricing is not yet available. These details should be available in a few weeks, however.