Ram Trucks Australia has announced specs and pricing for the updated heavy-duty 3500 Lamarie pick-up.
The full-size American tank is priced from a lofty $162,950 plus on-road costs.
Power in the 3500 Lamarie comes from a Cummins 6.7-litre turbo-diesel inline-six engine producing 276kW of power at 2800rpm and a massive 1152Nm of torque from only 1700rpm.
The engine is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission with low range that sends drive to all four wheels.
With a 50mm ball, Ram says the 3500 has a braked towing capacity of 3500kg. A 70mm ball increased towing capacity to 4500kg, while 8000kg can be towed with the addition of a gooseneck hitch and air brakes.
Payload also climbs to a whopping 1692kg thanks to the move to leaf springs in place of the coils used on the 2500.
Dimensionally, the 3500 measures in at 6066mm long, 2630mm wide including mirrors, 2037mm tall, with a 3785mm wheelbase.
The turning circle is 14.6m, while the fuel tank is 117L.
The specification level mirrors that of the recently launched 2500. Scroll below for the 3500’s equipment highlights.
2022 Ram 3500 Laramie pricing (excludes on-road costs):
Ram 3500 Laramie Crew Cab - $162,950
2022 Ram 3500 Laramie equipment highlights:
Acoustic privacy glass
Sliding back window
LED tub lighting
LED headlights and tail lights
Side steps
Damped, power-release tailgate
18-inch polished wheels
Rain-sensing wipers
Heavy-duty tow bar
12-pin wiring harness and brake controller
Autonomous emergency braking
Reversing camera with front and rear parking sensors
Surround-view camera with trailer reverse guidance
Cargo-view camera
Front, front-side and curtain airbags
Adaptive cruise control
Keyless entry and start
Dual-zone climate control
Tear air vents and split-fold bench
Partial leather seat trim
Heated/ventilated/powered seats
12-inch centre touchscreen
Digital rear mirror
Apple CarPlay/Android Auto
Alpine 10-speaker audio
Four USB and 4 USB-C ports
Bluetooth phone and streaming
Carpet floors with mats
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