Introducing the New 2016 RAM 1500 Stinger Yellow Sport
RAM is making 2,250 of these sweet-looking trucks. Known as the RAM 1500 Stinger Yellow Sport, this 2016 RAM features unique interior colors, bright yellow paint, black striping on the hood, a Challenger-looking vented hood, and more. You’ll see these bright yellow RAMs at dealerships before the end of May. Starting price for this truck is $43,340
Under the bright, bright yellow hood, the RAM Stinger is powered by a 395 hp 5.7L Hemi V8 and an 8-speed automatic transmission. It’s available as a Crew Cab (4-door) only, and buyers have the choice between 4×2 and 4×4.
Want more information? Check out RAM’s press release.
2017 Honda Ridgeline Priced at $29,475
Surprising us all, the base price of the 2017 Honda Ridgeline will be set at $29,475. The truck should arrive in dealerships this Spring. Assuming no car-maker dramatically raises its pricing for the 2017 model year, the Ridgeline will be the highest priced mid-size truck on the market.
- 2017 Honda Ridgeline – Starting at $29,475
- 2016 Toyota Tacoma – Starting at $23,660
- 2016 Chevrolet Colorado – Starting at $21,000
- 2016 GMC Canyon – Starting at $20,955
- 2016 Nissan Frontier – $18,290
So we’re left asking, why such a high price? Keep in mind, this is the base price. Load up the Ridgeline with bells and whistles, and you’ll have a truck over $40,000.
At first glance, the Ridgeline seems like one of the most innovative trucks on the market. Features like a truck-bed audio system, dual-action tailgate, in-bed trunk, and versatile backseat are all jaw-droppers. The Ridgeline can tow up to 5,000 lbs, and is equipped with the same 3.5L V6 you can find in the 2016 Pilot. Early reviews suggest the Ridgeline offers the most composed ride in its class, while keeping up with the competition in terms of capability. Will the truck-buyers be wooed out of $30,000+ for an unconventional Honda truck? We’ll see.
To learn more, see the latest 2017 Ridgeline information on Honda’s website.
Chevy is Bringing the Chevrolet Cavalier Back… in China
Remember the Chevy Cavalier? The once uber-popular little Chevrolet car of the ‘80s and ‘90s will allegedly return to Chinese roads in the near future. The Cavalier will be slightly smaller than the Chevy Cruze, and will look quite similar to other 2016 Chevy sedans. Powered by a 1.5L 4-cylinder engine that produces just under 110 hp, the Cavalier is economy-focused.