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Ram Wreaks Marvelous Havoc On The 1500 Line With New Edition

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Ram's Havoc is supposed to be Baja Yellow.
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Ram is one of the most prominent pickup truck brands in the United States. They’re well-known enough to be seen as the best trucking brand that consumers can align themselves with. And why is that? Because Ram has the design, the horsepower and the towing to really break the mold and prove themselves above all other’s to be the best in the business. And it’s because of that we see the Havoc edition of the 2023 Ram 1500 Rebel line looking yellow, mellow and cool. The truck is able to produce all sorts of impressive statistics. Why don’t we dive into them?

The Ram Rebel Havoc Is Painted In Baja Yellow!

Not only that, but it also has a “Rebel” graphic added to the hood and the fenders, with a bumper, black badging and even a grille. All while coming in hot with wheels in gloss-black, nearly 18 inches in size. When you peak under the hood, you’ll be able to notice the Hemi 5.7-liter V-8 engine that is directly connected to an eight-speed automatic transmission. As always with these engines, you can see them produce about 395 horsepower at around 410 pound-feet of torque.

Up it a notch in the price estimate with the Rebel Havoc package and it comes in close at a surprising $72,205, which is big in the near $10K increase from the original pricing for the Hemi V8-driven 2023 Ram 1500 Rebel 4×4. (That is priced at about $59,085.)

The Lunar Edition, which features Ceramic Gray and Blue Contrast Stitching, also is rated at $72,205 at it’s base trim.

Getting back to the Havoc, Ram is confident that the TRX version will only be in the possession of a lucky few, as it hits dealerships in the Springtime. No figure as of yet has been given for that truck’s price range but judging from the Lunar TRX, it’s assumed it’ll be close to the pricing of $108, 340.

In my opinion, Ram does a good job of cementing itself into the American zeitgeist. So it’s my hope that they make having strong bright paintjobs on pickup trucks cool again. Most would prefer a white or red coloring on their vehicle, but cars, relatively speaking, take forever to replace. So you might as well have a Baja Yellow or whatever paintjob on your truck. That way, you can tell your pickup apart from others in the lot when you get lost at Disney.

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