2018 RAM 1500 Rebel vs. Sport
Maybe one of the greatest appeals of the pickup truck is its functionality. These powerful machines can tow heavy loads and transport passengers with style. The 2018 RAM 1500 is a perfect example of this. Its smooth ride and athletic handling make it a joy to drive. Choose from a variety of trims, each offering a generous array of high-tech features.
Models, like the Tradesman and Express, function as worker's trucks with handy features like a Class IV hitch. But what if you're looking to equip your RAM 1500 with more performance-focused features, such as Bilstein shocks? Here's a closer look at the differences between the 2018 RAM 1500 Rebel and Sport trims.
2018 RAM 1500 Rebel
2018 RAM 1500 Sport
|3.6-liter V6||Engine||5.7-liter V8|
|Crew cab||Body Styles||Regular, Quad and Crew Cabs|
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Both trims are standard with SiriusXM radio, USB ports, Bluetooth, HD radio, Apple CarPlay & Android Auto, an 8.4-inch touchscreen display and steering wheel mounted audio controls. With that said, the biggest difference between the Rebel and Sport models are the entertainment and convenience features available.
To start, the Sport model equips the RAM 1500 with 20-inch wheels, projector headlights and LED interior lighting. There are also bucket seats and adjustable pedals, which add another level of comfort to the Sport model. All-wheel-drive models with regular cabs get 22-inch wheels and black-out grille.
For a RAM 1500 with some off-road flavor, there is the Rebel model. It has 17-inch wheels and all-terrain tires, which are complimented by the standard Bilstein shock absorbers. Tow hooks, LED foglights, keyless entry and black fender flares are also standard.
We invite you to compare these models for yourself with a test drive at Parks Motors today! You can browse our complete inventory online or stop by and see all that we have to offer with a visit to our beautiful showroom.