RAM Trucks has cut the price of its 2500 Laramie and is offering a $129,950 driveaway price for the last of its 2016 stock.

REMANUFACTURED IN AUSTRALIA, RAM Trucks is offering a price cut on what’s left of its 2016 stock, selling the 2500 Laramie with a driveaway price of $129,950.

The RAM 2500 Laramie is powered by a 6.7-litre Cummins turbo-diesel engine producing 276kW and 1084Nm of torque and, depending on the type of towing arrangement utilised, the 2500 Laramie can tow up to 6170kg. Payload is 913kg for the RAM 2500.

American Special Vehicles is a venture combining the resources of Australia’s largest independent automotive importer and distributor, Ateco Automotive, with the Walkinshaw Automotive Group. The American Special Vehicles RAM trucks are produced with full volume import approval, meaning they are fully compliant with Australian Design Rules and that American Special Vehicles will be the sole importer of RAM models covered by that approval. The RAM trucks are imported to Australia direct from the factory in left-hand drive. The Walkinshaw Automotive Group then completely remanufacture the RAM vehicles to right hand drive on a purpose built production line in Melbourne. Read more about the conversion process HERE.

Right-hand drive RAM trucks engineered by American Special Vehicles are covered by a comprehensive three year, 100,000 km warranty along with full parts and service support.


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