Consider this: in model year 2019, the Ram 2500 and 3500 have available best-in-class diesel-engine towing capacities of 19,780 pounds and 35,100 pounds, respectively.1,2
With that much power at your beck and call, it’s important that towing technology follow suit. Fortunately, the Ram 2500 and 3500 have several available – and advanced – features that help make towing big loads more convenient.
See them in action in the video below (descriptions to follow). See them in person at a BusinessLink dealership near you.
Available 360° Surround View Camera
The available 360° Surround View Camera3 with Trailer Reverse Guidance View uses five cameras to provide a complete picture of the truck’s surroundings, especially helpful when aligning your Ram truck with a trailer.
Available Trailer Reverse Guidance View
When hooking up a trailer, the available 360° Surround View Camera3 with Trailer Reverse Guidance View provides an adjustable display screen view of both sides of your truck and trailer.
Available Bed Lowering Mode
The available class-exclusive Rear Auto-Level Air Suspension4 includes a Bed Lowering Mode which brings the rear suspension to its lowest position for easier trailer hook-up.
Available CHMSL Camera and Auxiliary Camera System
Mounted above the rear window, the available Center High Mount Stop Light (CHMSL) Camera3 offers improved visibility with cargo-dynamic gridlines. Additionally, the available auxiliary wired camera system is a Mopar® accessory that enables customized camera positioning on or within your trailer.
Available Trailer Tire Pressure Monitoring
The available Trailer Tire Pressure Monitoring system displays live pressure readings for up to four trailers and up to 12 tires per trailer on the in-vehicle, high-definition Driver Information Digital Cluster Display.
1Class based on 250/2500 pickups. When properly equipped. See dealer for details. 2Class based on 350/3500 pickups. When properly equipped. See dealer for details. 3Always check entire surroundings visually before proceeding. 4Class based on 250/2500 and 350/3500 pickups.
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