Originally Posted by fedup
. . . Alot of the trucks say leather trimmed... and ive seen the seats with the leather just on the a sides of the seats and cloth in the middle. . . .
Those seats are actually "leatherette", in other words high end vinyl. They are the standard seats on the Sport which is one step down from the Laramie. Leather trimmed seats are an option on the Sport which includes ventilated and heated front seats. I found the Canadian website (at least for 2013) did a much better job of describing what each model comes with or can come with. One of the salesmen I was dealing with told me the Sports seats were leather & cloth. I later found out that wasn't the case when I was looking at the Canadian and saw a full description of each seat type. I found out the same thing with the rear seats on the Laramie. The rear seats on the Laramie are "leatherette". The only models that come with real leather rear seats are the Longhorn and Limited. My brochure actually has the correct information it states for the standard Sport seats "Cloth/vinyl-trimmed high-back bucket seats".
As far as the premium 8.4a(n) radio, all models from the ST on up can get it either as an option or standard from the Sport on up.
The power rear sliding window is standard on all but the Tradesman, Express and HFE models. The manual rear sliding window is an option on the Tradesman and Express, but only on the regular cabs. The power sliding window is only available on the Quad or Crew cabs.
The Ramboxes are an option on all models with the 5'7" and 6'4" beds.
The above information applies to my 2013 brochure. Ram might have changed it up a bit for the 2014s. The most accurate information will come from your dealer.