2017 Ram 1500 Offered with “Night” Package in Indianapolis, IN

September 22nd, 2016 by

2017 Ram 1500

Are you excited for the all-new 2017 Ram 1500 and looking for a way to customize it to your liking? Drivers in the Indianapolis, IN area will have a new Ram 1500 trim package to choose from: the special-edition Night package. Read on to learn more about this factory-custom edition of one of America’s favorite pickup trucks.

The Ram 1500 Night Edition is based on the Sport model and includes blacked-out wheels, grille, and badging to make the already monochromatic model stand out. Ram designers got the idea from the major success of the Ram Rebel 1500. “Much like our incredibly successful Ram Rebel, the Ram 1500 Night fills the growing customer demand for factory-custom trucks,” said Head of Ram Brand, FCA-Global Mike Manley. “Truck enthusiasts want vehicles that define their personality and style.” There’s no doubt that drivers in the Indianapolis area will be able to express themselves with the Ram 1500 Night.

To cater to all drivers, the Night package is available on Regular Cab, Quad Cab, and Crew Cab 1500 sport models; two- and four-wheel drive; and both long and short bed lengths. Engine options include the 3.6L Pentastar® V6 or 5.7L HEMI® V8.

The following list highlights our absolute favorite features on the all-new 2017 Ram 1500 Night Edition:

  • Black grille surround with black “Hex Perf” pattern inserts
  • Bold “RAM” stamped tailgate with blacked-out lettering
  • 20-in. gloss black aluminum wheels
  • Flat black Ram 1500 door badge
  • Black-bezel bi-functional projector headlamps with LED marker lights

The 2017 Ram 1500 Night will go into production in late 2016 with pricing to follow. Champion Ram is the Ram Headquarters of Indiana, so you’re bound to find the Ram 1500 model you’re looking for. Check out our diverse new vehicle inventory to see which Ram 1500 models we have in stock. For more information, send us a message online or call (877) 727-4915 to speak with a team member directly.

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