Friday, January 22, 2021
News Ram Launches Top-Spec Limited Night Edition 1500, HD

Ram Launches Top-Spec Limited Night Edition 1500, HD

Black trim, painted bumpers for Night Edition trucks

  • Loads of black trim and body-colour bumpers

  • Adds new looks to Limited trim trucks


Ram is introducing some new dark trim models, enhancing the loaded-up Limited trim with black wheels, grilles, and other badges making this massive truck disappear at night.

The Night Editions will be offered on Ram 1500, 2500, and 3500 models for 2021. It’ll be available on both 4×2 and 4×4 trucks, crew and mega cabs, and will all powertrain options. Ram starts the pickups with a black Ram grille and surround, then black alloys (20 or 22 on 1500). The dark wheels are 20-inches in diameter on single-wheel HD trucks, but the duallies get 17s.

“Buyers demand a good-looking truck with easy-to-use features. They tell us that their Ram trucks are an extension of their personality, and they want to stand out from the crowd,” said Mike Koval Jr., Head of Ram Brand. “The stylish Limited Night edition offers another way for customers to do just that with the most capable light- and heavy-duty trucks with features and durability that continue to win over more and more buyers.”

There are dark bezels for the head and taillights as well as the mirror caps and body-colour bumper covers. In short, nearly everything is painted black, even the tow hooks. 1500-models get a Sport performance hood and all will get a 19-speaker Harman Kardon audio system plus a folding tonneau cover. That’s on top of the already loaded up Limited trim truck’s luxury offerings. you can get more colours than just black, too, for the body, as Ram showed it off in silver as well.

The Limited Night Edition trucks will start hitting dealers later this year. Pricing starts from $60,045 for 1500 and $62,930 for HD in the US, with Canadian pricing to follow.

 

 

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