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  • 2017 Ram 1500 Adds Night Package

2017 Ram 1500 Adds Night Package

Special Edition Based on Sport Model

Sep 1, 2016
Few companies are more adept at creating special edition trims and models than Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Although most are simple paint and trim variations, for the most part they work, adding that elusive cool factor that appeals to enthusiasts. For the 2017 Ram 1500, the brand is adding the Night package to the Ram Sport model.
Building upon the Sport trim, the Night includes a body-color rear bumper with dual chrome exhaust outlets, “RAM” black-letter embossed tailgate, flat-black badging, body-color door handles, and power-folding outside mirrors. Also included are black-bezel headlamps with LED marker lights, black grille surround with “Hex Perf” inserts, and 20-inch gloss-black alloy wheels. On the inside, the Night gets heated cloth bucket seats with 10-way power adjustment, power-adjustable pedals, and dual-zone climate control.
Photo 2/14   |   2017 Ram 1500 Night Left Rear Burnout
The Night package is available on regular, Quad, and crew cab 1500 Sport models, in two or four-wheel drive, with short or long beds, and the buyer’s choice of the 3.6L Pentastar V-6 or 5.7L Hemi V-8. Like other Ram 1500 models, the Night can be equipped with popular options such as the Ram Box bedside storage, Sport performance hood, running boards, and optional air suspension. The Night package will be offered in Bright Silver Metallic, Bright White, Brilliant Black, Flame Red, and Granite Crystal Metallic. Production starts fourth quarter 2016, and pricing will be announced closer to the on-sale date.
Source: Ram Trucks