Ram Reveals 2017 Rebel 1500's Special Edition

Jan 06, 2017 09:56 PM EST | Carl Anthony Teves

Ram is now offering a new edition of Rebel 1500 that will catch the interest of Rebel's fans. The company made this idea to have the consumer many color options that will also depend on their interest. Aside from different colors, Ram proudly introduced their special edition which is the Rebel 1500 Black.

The new Black edition is an extension of previous model Ram Rebel 1500 which has Red color. Ram came to this idea to have bad ass appearance that will consider as an extra impact to the market which might help them have a good sale.

Ram Rebel Black edition adds black trim to its exterior such as wheels and brushes guard while in its interior, door panels, instrument panel, gauge cluster and the even center console was specially coated with black bezels. And for the additional option, Ram's Rebel 1500 offers all-black leather interior with Rebel's embroidery which is only limited edition of Rebel 1500 black truck.

Rebel 1500 remains its previous model's fundamentals with 4x2 or 4x4 crew cab body style, and buyers will have the option to choose 5.7 liters 305 horsepower Hemi V8 or 3.6 liters 305 horsepower Pentastar V6, and either paired with off-road tires with a 33-inch height. This off-road truck will be available in the market this coming month of March. This new truck of Ram has air suspension system that will deliver the better off-road experience and it has the capability to ride more than half-ton pick up compared to other brands that were working with traditional solid rear axles such as Toyota Tundra, Nissan Titan, and Ford F-150.

Rebel 1500 off-road truck gives aggressive looks and fantastic ride quality without sacrificing on-road comfort that will perfectly fit for off-road-minded drivers. For consumers that have the plan to avail this off-road truck, the price will start at $46,910.

 

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