RAM has introduced updated versions of the 2500 and 3500 pick-ups into Australia.
Ute and Van Guide will be getting along to an official launch of the refreshed trucks, and we will bring you a first drive review also.
In the meantime, some details on the changes that have been made to the increasingly popular offerings.
The biggest change to both pick-ups is a rethink on the suspension settings.
Developed specifically for Australian conditions, RAM tell us the updated trucks boast a smoother, more comfortable ride quality.
Towing capacities though remain the same (up to 6.9 tonnes on the RAM 3500).
On the inside, all RAM trucks now come standard with the latest uConnect 4 system with an 8.4” touch screen.
That updated system now boasting Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Rain sensing wipers and headlights that dip automatically for approaching vehicles also feature, along with a new function that sees the load bay lights able to be programmed to come on automatically when the vehicle is unlocked.
The upgrade stopped short of any changes under the bonnet, power for both comes from a 6.7 litre Cummins turbo-diesel engine producing 276kW and 1084Nm.
2018 RAM 2500/3500 Upgrade, Key Facts:
- Upgraded suspension developed in Australia for greater comfort and refinement
- Rain-sensing wipers and automatic high/dip beam operation now standard
- New Cargo light unlock feature
- Sport Appearance Pack available on 2500
- New Options and Option Upgrades
- RamBoxes now come with a full tonneau cover as standard
- RAM 2500 now available with an option eight-foot tub
- RAM 2500 now available rear self-levelling air suspension with eight-foot tub
- RAM 2500 now available with five seat option
Prices for the upgraded RAM picks-ups kick-off from $139,950.
Stay tuned for more details from the Australian launch of the upgraded RAM models.
Related: 2018 RAM 1500 to land mid-year
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