Ram Trucks Announces Black Express Package for 2500, 3500

2014 Ram Heavy Duty BlackRam Trucks announced this week that the popular Black Express package, which was formerly only available for the Ram 1500 package, will now be available for the Ram Heavy Duty 2500 and 3500 SRW.

Some of the features of the 2014 Ram Heavy Duty Black package include an all-black exterior, 20-inch black aluminum wheels, fog lamps, black grille surrounded with black horizontal inserts. The dark front and rear bumpers and the head badges complete the look. Obviously it isn’t called the “Black package” for nothing. Beyond the look, the 2014 Ram Heavy Duty Black Package comes with a cargo-view camera, RamBox, manual transmission for diesel, and link coil rear suspension with air suspension option.

Reid Bigland, President and CEO of Ram Truck Brand, praised the work on the new Black package, saying, “The Black package on the Ram Heavy Duty is proof that our designers are passionate about trucks and will continue to maintain our trendsetting leadership.”

Buyers interested in the Heavy Duty Black package can order it with the Ram 2500 and 3500 SRW, Crew Cab, Mega Cab, Big Horn/Lone Star, and Laramie models. Pricing starts at $42,140 with an additional $1,195 destination charge.

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2013 Ram 1500 Express Black Edition: I See a Red Truck and I Wanted it Painted Black

bildeJust last month, in conjunction with the blockbuster film, Ram put together a special Man of Steel-inspired Ram truck. A month later, Ram has a new look to give to the 1500 that’s dressed in all black. I’m not making any insinuations or anything, but General Zod, Man of Steel’s main bad guy, is also dressed in all black. Could Ram be secretly assembling a Justice League of trucks?

In all seriousness, Ram is putting out a pretty snazzy all-black 2013 Ram 1500. It has a real ‘bad-ass’ seal of approval and just looks like it can handle about anything. It’s the kind of look that both makes you gaze in wonderment, dreaming of getting a chance to be the cool guy behind the wheel, and also makes you too intimated to look into the eyes of the driver. I might be over-selling the melodrama, but it’s clearly there.

The all-black 1500 is black from head to toe, even have the side badge removed to cover the whole body. The grille is black, the front fascia is black, the rear bumper is black; when I say it’s all-black I really really mean that everything is painted black.

Why go all out on this color? “Ram Trucks are known for their bold, in-your-face presence,” said Ram president Reid Bigland. “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.”

Now I just want to see the Black Express Ram and the Man of Steel Ram meet on a road somewhere. That’s be one epic clash.

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