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Ram Heavy Duty Night

by David Zatz on

The Ram 1500 has its copper paint, but what of the Ram 2500 and 3500 heavy duty pickups?

Ram 3500 Night

Back in September, the Ram 1500 Night was launched; now, Ram 2500 and 3500 buyers can get the same treatment, with blacked-out wheels, grille surround, and badging, and other enhancements. Production has already begun, with pricing set at $45,520 plus $1,320 destination.

inside ram 3500

The Ram 2500 and 3500 Heavy Duty Night packages start with the  monochromatic Sport package, adding body-colored wheel flares and the blackened items, including black-bezel headlamps, body-color-painted steel front and rear bumpers, 20×8-inch black-painted aluminum wheels and LT285/60R20E outlined-white letter on/off road tires.  Buyers can also get black rectangular running boards.

Night buyers also get heated cloth-and-vinyl bucket seats with ten-way power adjustment, adjustable pedals, and dual-zone automatic climate control (buyers can also opt for a six passenger bench or five passenger buckets with center console).

The black grille has black billet inserts, and the tailgate is huge black RAM lettering (it’s shared with the Power Wagon).

Ram 1500 Night

The Night package is available on Ram 2500 and 3500 (except duallies) Crew Cabs, with any available drivetrain combination. Colors are silver, white, black, gray, and Delmonico Red Pearl.

Ram Heavy Duty pickups have up to 31,210 pounds of towing capability; the optional Cummins diesel produces 385 horsepower and 900 pound-feet of torque.  Ram claims the segment’s highest snow plow ratings, most interior space (Mega Cab), and the highest level of off-road capability (Power Wagon).

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