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Limited Night arrives as Ram adds black-themed models to truck line

2021 Ram Heavy Duty Limited Night edition.
2021 Ram Heavy Duty Limited Night edition.

For truck owners who like the dark, Ram is introducing a new version of its Limited trim line for 2021 on its 1500 and 2500/3500 Heavy Duty pickup models. The Limited Night edition builds off the well-appointed Limited offer, and gives buyers a broader selection of looks for their trucks.

"Buyers demand a good-looking truck with easy-to-use features. They tell us that their Ram trucks are an extension of their personality, and want to stand out from the crowd," said Mike Koval Jr., Head of Ram Brand. "The stylish Limited Night edition offers another way for customers to do just that with the most capable light- and heavy-duty trucks with features and durability that continue to win over more and more buyers."

The newest extension of Ram's opulent offerings builds upon the luxurious Limited trim with even more comfort, technology and refinement. Ram 1500 and Heavy Duty Limited Night Editions include a monochromatic design enhanced by a black R-A-M grille, grille surround, badging, black aluminum wheels (22-inch on 1500 models) and exhaust tips (on 1500 models). The headlamps and taillights feature dark bezels, premium power mirrors feature black caps and body-colour bumpers are standard. A 19-speaker Harman/Kardon premium sound system, sport performance hood (on 1500 models), tow hooks and a tri-fold tonneau cover adds even greater appeal to a well-rounded lineup that offers something for nearly every truck buyer.

The Ram Heavy Duty Limited Night Edition benefits from all of the aforementioned features (20-inch black wheels on single-rear wheel trucks) while dual rear wheel trucks are equipped with 17-inch black wheels with machined pockets.

The Ram 1500 and Heavy Duty Limited Night Edition models are available on Crew Cabs and Mega Cabs (on Heavy Duty models) with all powertrain options.

Ram 1500 and Heavy Duty Limited Black Edition trucks will begin reaching Canadian dealerships later this year.

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