2019 RAM 2500 | Joe Maus Jeep


2019 Dodge RAM 2500

2019 Dodge RAM 2500 | Joe Maus Jeep

The majestic and muscular 2019 RAM 2500 has hit the roads with its exceptionally speedy performance. This power wagon looks superb, feels great, but what’s really fantastic about this mean-machine is its capability to tow a mind-blowing 19,780 pounds on a diesel engine - effortlessly. Not many pickup trucks can match this baby’s power and strength. This is also the only pickup truck in its class that has sensors that warn the driver of imminent danger of a collision and comes to a complete halt – all this while still towing 19,780 pounds behind it.

The 2019 RAM 2500 in Albemarle comes with a standard 6.4L HEMI V8 engine that delivers best-in-class 410 horsepower. There is also the best-in-class diesel version for those who prefer that. Its auto level rear-air suspension seamlessly adapts to shifting loads and changing road conditions, making it both an ideal work and off-road adventure companion. The exterior sports larger grilles than the previous versions, more gears, LED lighting, technology that’s usually add-ons in luxury vehicles, and advanced safety and security features.

The RAM 2500 is available in the Limited, Laramie Longhorn and Laramie trims, and like that is not enough of choice, there are a hoard of other choices to make. Firstly, the 6.4L HEMI V8 engine is standard, but can be switched for the more powerful diesel engine. There is a choice between three types of transmissions, a choice between two bed lengths, two driving options, and three cab configurations. Also available as an option is the automatic level rear-air suspension, as well as a 360-degree surround view camera – and to add to all this variety is a bunch of available packages to choose from. There is bigger, wider, and better suspension in the 2019 model, making this mean machine more stable on off-road drives. The all-new warn Zeon 12-inch is lighter than the winch in previous models and is the only factory-installed winch on a heavy-duty truck. 100% leather seating is standard in the Laramie Longhorn and the Limited models, while the rest of the interiors are covered with real wood. Stop by Joe Maus Jeep today and learn more about the 2019 RAM 2500!


Source: Dodge