/Official: 2017 Ram 1500 Night Package

Official: 2017 Ram 1500 Night Package

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With all the special editions and value-added packages Chevrolet is releasing for their pickup trucks these days, Ram Trucks has no choice but to follow suit if they don’t want to see their customers march over to the rival showrooms. That’s how the new Ram 1500 Night Package came to be.

As the name suggests, the Night Package is designed to enhance the visual appeal of the 1500 by adding a series of blacked-out features, including wheels, grille and badging. Besides these, the key highlights of the exterior include body-color fascia and body-color rear bumper with dual chrome exhaust tips, body-color power-folding mirrors and door handles.

2017 Ram 1500 Night Package is based on the Sport trim level and inherits that model’s black-bezel bi-functional projector headlamps with LED marker lights and black-bezel tail lamps, as well its equipment list which includes high-back heated cloth bucket seats with 10-way power adjustment, power-adjustable pedals and automatic temperature control with dual-zone climate control.

The Ram 1500 Night Package comes in Bright Silver Metallic, Bright White, Brilliant Black, Flame Red and Granite Crystal Metallic, and with a choice of 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 or 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 engines.


The Night Package details:

  • A black grille surround with black “Hex Perf” pattern inserts
  • Bold “RAM” stamped tailgate with blacked-out lettering from Ram 1500 Rebel model
  • Black Ram’s head grille badge
  • Flat black Ram 1500 door badge
  • Flat black 4×4 tailgate badge (if applicable)
  • Flat black 5.7L HEMI® door badging (if applicable)
  • 20 x 9-in. gloss black aluminum wheels
  • P275/60R20 black sidewall all-season tires
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