What Are Some Features of the Dodge Bumblebee?


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The Dodge Ram Rumble Bee is a limited edition variant of the Dodge Ram 1500 powered by Hemi V-8 engine. The Rumble Bee was only made for the 2004 and 2005 model years, with 2005 models known as "Second Swarm" Rumble Bees. This truck features external styling inspired by the Dodge Super Bee muscle car of the 1970s, including a vertical running stripe behind the rear wheels, inspired by the Super Bee's distinctive paint scheme.

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The Dodge Ram Rumble Bee was only offered in an SLT-style regular cab configuration with a short cargo bed, although either two- or four-wheel drive was an option. The first generation Hemi V-8 engine of the Rumble Bee displaces 5.7-liters and produces a peak 348 horsepower and a peak torque of 375 foot-pounds.

Buyers could choose between black or yellow paint schemes with the Super Bee-styled vertical stripe painted in the other color. Other exterior elements were taken from the Ram Sport package and included 20-inch chrome wheels, ground effects and a non-functional hood scoop. Most of the truck's interior and comfort options are similar to those on other SLT-trim Ram trucks from the same model years, though specialized interior elements included a glossy yellow plaque on the dash, with the truck's production number and yellow inserts in the doors.

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