Ram 1500 Black Express Arrives With Attitude This Month

Ram 1500 Black Express Arrives With Attitude This Month

Ram has introduced the “Black Express” model for its 2013 1500 pickup, which the American automaker bills as the “baddest-looking factory-built truck on the market.”

“The new Black Express takes Ram’s aggressive good looks to an all new sinister level by ‘blackening out’ the entire truck while maintaining a great price,” said Reid Bigland, President and CEO of Ram Truck Brand.

Distinguished by its all-black exterior, the Ram 1500 Black Express features 20-inch black aluminum wheels, a black front fascia with fog lights, black grille surround with black hex-link inserts, black rear bumper and black Ram badges on the grille and tailgate.

All the badging on the side of the vehicle has been removed for a cleaner look. Subtle changes have also made their way onto the lighting of the Ram 1500 Black Express. The headlights are finished with black bezels and the taillights feature a black finish as well.

The 2013 Ram Black Express is available in two- and four-wheel-drive models with a choice of regular cab, quad cab, or crew cab body styles. Pricing starts at $28,050 including a $1,095 destination charge. It will start reaching dealerships this month.

GALLERY: Ram 1500 Black Express


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  • Jimmy

    I wouldn’t want the crew cab. Better to get the two-door then fit a blower to this thing and smoke all those idiots in civics.

  • Rick Miller

    I saw one at the gas station last week. kewl as all get out. Loved it..

  • Rickers

    Give me an HD!