FCA’s off-road-themed Ram Rebel gets a limited edition variant known as the ’16 Mopar Ram Rebel. More than a few trim pieces, the Mopar Ram Rebel will have a run of just 500 units. It’s marking the first time FCA bestowed a Mopar-modified option for one of its trucks. In case you are curious, the first vehicle to undergo the Mopar treatment was the Mopar ’10 Dodge Challenger.
Ram teased us with a customized Ram Rebel X concept truck that was unveiled in November, 2015 at the SEMA show in Las Vegas. The Rebel X showed the possibilities of how Mopar accessories can personalize your Ram Rebel. Now, Ram and Mopar are bringing a customized truck that is very similar to the concept to a participating dealer near you.
Check out the Rebel X unveiling here.
“We are excited to team up with our friends at the Ram Truck brand to offer the first limited-edition Mopar vehicle for full-size truck enthusiasts,” said Pietro Gorlier, Head of Parts and Service (Mopar), FCA – Global. “The already formidable Ram 1500 Rebel is a perfect canvas for unique Mopar accessories and performance parts developed to reinforce the rugged personality of the Rebel.”
The upgrades for the ’16 Mopar Ram Rebel include:
- 17-inch satin black wheels
- Black front bumper skid-plate
- Wheel flares
- Serialized badge
- Special Mopar graphics
- (Dealer installed) Cat-back exhaust and cold air intake
The ’16 Mopar Ram Rebel will be in dealerships this summer with an MSRP starting at $52,460.
Speaking of the Ram Rebel, check out this fun off-road mashup video.