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Ram Releases The 1500 Rebel In New X Package

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When the Ram 1500 Rebel first came out in 2015, it created a new category of mid-level off-road trucks in the light-duty truck world. Before that, there were trucks like the Ford F-150 Raptor and the Ram 2500 Power Wagon, but those were either too extreme for most folks, designed for racing through deserts, or built for heavy-duty tasks like pulling tree stumps. The Rebel filled a gap in between, offering something tougher and more stylish than other off-road versions like Ford’s FX4, Chevy’s Z71, Toyota’s TRD Pro, and Nissan’s Pro-4X. Plus, let’s face it, the name “Rebel” sounds way cooler. Even though Ford and Chevy came out with their own versions like the Tremor and Trail Boss, the Ram Rebel still has a certain charm.

So, what do you get after ten years of being a trailblazer? Well, for the 2025 model year, you get a special X package edition. This year also brings updates and new engines to the entire Ram 1500 lineup. Oh, and the V-8 engine is gone, and so is the TRX, kinda.

Over the past decade, the Rebel hasn’t changed much in its formula, but it has gotten better, just like the rest of the Ram 1500 lineup. The 2025 Ram 1500 Rebel still sits one inch higher than other models, with options for steel or air springs, and it has an electronic locking rear differential. It also comes with handy stuff like tow hooks, a transfer case, fuel tank protection plates, special off-road shock absorbers, and bigger 33-inch tires. This year, though, there’s a new engine under the hood. Like other 2025 Rams, the Rebel now has Stellantis’ new Hurricane twin-turbo inline-six engine, with 420 horsepower and 469 lb-ft of torque. The truck comes only as a crew cab with a five-foot seven-inch box, and you can add Ram Boxes for extra storage.

When you opt for the new Rebel X package, you get all the goodies from the Level 2 package, which includes a bigger touchscreen and more tech inside. Plus, you get a neat Mojave Sand exterior color option and special leather seats with red stitching and accents. There’s also a cool badge to celebrate ten years of the Rebel. And to top it off, there’s a panoramic sunroof to brighten up the cabin.

Now, you might think this is all about looks, and it kind of is, but it also comes with some great features and equipment. Ram even threw in a new feature called Rough Road Cruise Control, exclusive to the Rebel X. This system helps you keep a steady speed on rough, dirt roads, sort of like how hill descent control helps on steep hills. It reads the terrain ahead, adjusts the suspension, and changes the steering to make off-roading easier.

You can order the Ram 1500 Rebel right now, and as of today, you can add the Rebel X package to your order. The Rebel starts at $66,190, and adding the Rebel X package is expected to cost around $3,500.

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