Ram Rolls Out Limited-Edition 1500 Models

Stephen Elmer
by Stephen Elmer

Ram is adding two limited-edition trucks to its lineup of offerings, the 2016 Ram 1500 Rebel Mojave Sand and the 1500 Ignition Orange Sport.

The Mojave Sand special edition gets an exterior paint finish of the same name, an exclusive color for this truck. Besides the new color, black decals, a performance hood and a unique fully black interior are available on this truck. Black embroidery in the seats, gray accent stitching and deep rubber floor mats all add style to this model.

Of course all of the standard Rebel upgrades, which include better tires, beefier suspension components and under-body protection are all still included.

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Starting price for a Mojave Sand limited edition is $46,910 in the U.S., with production capped at 1500 units. These trucks will hit dealerships starting in December of 2016.

Besides the new Rebel model, Ram is also rolling out a new monochromatic Ignition Orange 1500 model which features a Sport performance hood with black decals and blacked out badges all around. Inside, the seats are all finished with Copperhead accent stitching while anodized orange trim is found throughout.

Like the Rebel Mojave Sand, the 1500 Ignition Orange will have production capped at 1500 units. All of those units will be Crew Cab V8 models, with prices starting at $45,060 in the U.S. These trucks are hitting dealerships right now.

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Stephen Elmer
Stephen Elmer

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