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Armstrong Prestige Ram

Laramie 3500 Hauling & Towing










Electronic Stability Control

The Ram models come standard with Electronic Stability Control (ESC) - a system that optimizes vehicle stability and helps maintain directional control under demanding or adverse conditions. ESC compares the driver’s steering input to the vehicle’s actual movement, helping give you more control on the toughest jobs out there.

ESC has an added feature called Trailer Sway Dampening, which detects a swaying trailer and dampens the effect by applying brake pressure to alternating wheels and adjusting the throttle to bring the vehicle and the trailer under control.

Dash Mounted Trailer Brake Controller

No matter how heavy the load, the dashboard-­mounted Trailer Brake Controller lets you automatically or manually operate the electronic brakes on properly equipped trailers.

Class V Hitch Receiver

With fully boxed rear rails and rear axle cross member, Ram 3500 was specially designed to accommodate the Class V Hitch system, which provides up to 4,500kg maximum braked towing capacity on a 70mm ball.

Heavy Duty Suspension

Heavy duty towing requires heavy duty suspension and the Hotchkis rear leaf suspension is more than up the task. A significantly larger stabilizer provides roll stiffness and more stability both on road and off.

The Towing Edge

The Ram was designed to give you the towing edge, whether you’re using it on the job or on the weekend, the 6.7L Cummins Turbo Diesel delivers with an outstanding towing capacity.

# Includes occupants, fuel and fitted options. The weight of these must be deducted from the payload to determine load carrying capacity. Front and rear axle loads must not be exceeded.