2019 RAM 1500 Towing

December 21st, 2017 by

2019 RAM 1500 Towing
The 2019 RAM 1500 is known as “the strongest, most capable RAM 1500 yet,” with best-in-class V8 towing capability of up to 12,750 pounds and a payload of up to 2,300 lbs. Check out the towing details below, then browse the RAM 1500 reviews to find out if it’s the right truck for you in Coweta County.

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Towing Innovations

eTorque Technology: The 3.6-Liter V6 24V VVT engine and the 5.7L HEMI® V8 engine both come with eTorque technology. The traditional alternator on the engine is replaced with a 48-volt battery-powered belt-driven motor generator for better towing capabilities as well as drivability and performance.

Smooth Ride: Class-Exclusive Active-Level Four Corner Air Suspension with automatic load leveling means a smooth and comfortable ride no matter what is in the truck bed or attached to the hitch. It’s available in many RAM 1500 trim levels.

High-Strength Steel Frame: The RAM 1500 frame is made with 98% high-strength steel, which is one of the features that allows for the best-in-class towing capacity.

Towing Safety

360° Surround View Camera: Parking, loading, unloading and hooking up a trailer to your RAM has never been easier with the available 360° Surround View Camera technology, providing a complete picture of all your immediate surroundings.

Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Path and Trailer Detection: One step above the typical safety features you’d find in advanced vehicles, this system scans blind spot zones behind your 2019 RAM 1500 and automatically senses and accounts for the length of the trailer you are towing behind you.

Largest In-Class Brakes: The 14.9-inch brakes on the RAM 1500 allow you to come to a stop quicker, even if you are towing heavy equipment behind you, so every drive is a safe and confident one.

Towing Accessories

  • The Class 4 Hitch Receiver with 12,750-pound tow rating and 1,275-pound tongue weight capacity, and can be easily installed.
  • The Ball Mount Adapter Kit is available in three drop sizes–the 2-inch drop, the 4-inch drop, and the 6-inch drop–so you can tow whatever you need to in Douglas County.

2019 RAM 1500 Towing

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