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Code Black

2500 Code Black Features

MAX BRAKED TOWING

6,942KG

USING PINTLE

MAX TORQUE

1,084Nm

PAYLOAD#

913KG

MAX POWER

276kW

INTRODUCING THE CODE BLACK LIMITED EDITION RAM 2500 LARAMIE

Distinctively stylish from any angle, this CODE BLACK limited edition 2500 Laramie boasts a dramatic all-black colour coded front grille and rear bumper, black badge accents, black out RAM emblem, exclusive ASV badge, along with aggressive black off-road wheel flares, 20” rims and all-terrain tyres. This CODE BLACK Limited Edition model is available in limited quantities, Silver or White only. Time is of the essence to secure yours today.


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FEATURING PREMIUM BLACK ACCENTS

Black Front Grille

Black Badge Accents

Black Rear Bumper & 4x4 Badge, Semi Gloss Black-Out Ram Emblem, & Exclusive Asv Badge

Black Off-Road Style Wheel Flares, 20” Black Rims and All-Terrain Tyres

# Payload and kerb weight figures are based on vehicle certification. It is the driver’s responsibility to ensure: weight of fully loaded vehicles do not exceed GVM; front and rear axle load limits are not individually exceeded; the combined weight of the fully loaded vehicle (including tow ball download when towing) and trailer does not exceed the GCM; compliance to State and Territory towing regulations. Payload is the combined value of occupants, luggage, cargo, added options, accessories and tow ball download (when towing). Kerb weight includes the vehicle with a full tank of fuel and all standard equipment, excluding occupants. Additional weights of optional features, occupants, luggage, cargo, accessories and tow ball download (when towing) must be taken into account when calculating payload.