Park Xploration: Xplore Vehicles Tricks Out The Ram Pickup

Though you don’t need another reason to experience the beauty and wonder of our National Parks, Venchurs Vehicle Systems has given us one more: its new line of Xplore Adventure Series Ram pickup. Partnering with the National Park Foundation, Venchurs hopes to promote enjoyment of the parks through its Ram, Jeep, and Toyota vehicle programs.

The Xplore truck begins with a full-size Ram 4×4 pickup, and adds accessories and unique trim specified in four available packages. The trucks will be available nationwide through select Dodge/Ram/Jeep dealerships, sold alongside the Xplore Wrangler. Free with every Xplore Ram purchase is a one-year pass to U.S. National Parks, which provides access to our nation’s nearly 400 parks (an $80 value, according to the National Parks Service website). Also included is a one-year membership to the Xplore Club, and subscription to its quarterly publication, Xplore Lifestyle Journal. When you buy an Xplore Adventure Series vehicle, you’re also helping to support our parks, as a donation is made to the National Park Foundation for each vehicle sold.

The Xplore Ram’s four stages vary in equipment level from mildly outdoorsy, to extreme, hunt-your-own-dinner rugged. Xplore Stage 1 vehicles receive a Katzkin leather interior, and can be had with a variety of dealer-installed Mopar parts and accessories. Stage 2 vehicles get exclusive black aluminum wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich off-road tires, Bilstein 5100 Series adjustable shocks, an Xplore stainless-steel cat-back exhaust system, and Xplore aluminum badges and floor mats. Step up to the Stage 3 model, and your Xplore Ram gets expedition-ready equipment from ARB racks, roof-top tents, and various pieces of recovery gear. Other options include Thule racks, Warn winches, and heavy-duty tonneau tops. Stage 4 vehicles are custom-built at Venchurs’ facilities, and have options like matte paint colors, custom graphics, leather interior, retractable running boards, Bed-Xtender, and bed-slides, among other gear.

Though you can probably see America’s National Parks just as easily in a station wagon, the Xplore Ram might make you feel like you can tame the great outdoors, as well as enjoy them.

Source: Venchurs Vehicle Systems