Ram Adds Aggression To The 2017 1500 With New Night Package

Ram is set to offer a new special edition Night package for the 1500 pickup for the 2017 model year.

The Ram 1500 Night package has taken inspiration from the Sport model and as the name would have you believe, adds a selection of blacked-out features to add to the vehicle’s road presence. Most significantly, there are black wheels, a black grille and black badging across the exterior.

As the Night package builds upon the 1500 Sport, it includes the same distinctive elements as the Sport. That means there’s body-colored front and rear bumpers, dual chrome exhaust tips and body-color wing mirrors and door handles. There’s also black bezels around the projector headlights and the taillights.

A multitude of options and upgrades are also offered for Ram 1500 models equipped with the Night package. These include a lighted and lockable RamBox cargo management system, cat back exhaust, cold air intake and an air suspension system. Color options are limited to Bright Silver Metallic, Bright White, Brilliant Black, Flame Red and Granite Crystal Metallic.

The Night package can be optioned on Regular Cab, Quad Cab and Crew Cab 1500 Sport models. Pricing will be announced shortly.

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  • Grumpy

    Another pointless edition playing with black trim parts. Next month they will have the silver/chrome/titanium edition. Too dam silly.

  • James Denz

    I hope the silly “black hole” wheels fad ends soon. It will undoubtedly be replaced with another fad but, hopefully, an attractive fad.

  • ChrisInIL

    I’m so glad they got rid of that giant RAM logo on the grill (walks around to the back).

    Damn.

  • Mafio

    Im SOOO not a truck person, but this is kinda dope! The black trim sets it off. Might as well get it from the factory instead of having someone do it on the side.

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