RAM trucks have come a long way since the early days when seatbelts and airbags were considered the primary safety features. These days, it’s all about leveraging technology to ensure a smooth and safe ride.
Here are some of the key changes you’ll now see in RAM trucks:
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
ADAS has been one of the most significant changes in the world of auto safety in recent years. RAM trucks now come equipped with lane departure warnings, forward-collision warnings, and automatic emergency braking, which use sensors and cameras to detect potential hazards and alert drivers in advance.
Anti-lock brakes were a game-changer when introduced. Today, RAM trucks have more advanced braking systems like electronic stability control and traction control.
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
Cruise control no longer holds the same speed no matter what’s in front of you or automatically clicks off if you get too close to someone. ACC is an intelligent cruise control system that uses sensors to detect other vehicles on the road and adjust the truck’s speed accordingly. This feature is convenient for those long drives.
RAM trucks have always been known for their rugged build, including heavy-duty frames that withstand big loads and harsh driving conditions. RAM trucks are still built to serve, only now they’re made with advanced materials like high-strength steel and aluminum, which also improves the truck’s durability.
RAM Trucks are Still King of the Road
The evolution of these features has made driving a RAM truck safer and more comfortable than ever before. If you’re in the market for a new truck, visit one of these dealerships and ask them about some of the latest safety features:
- Ram dealership in Las Cruces, NM;
- Dodge dealership in El Paso, TX;
- Fiat dealer in Silver City, NM;
- Ram dealers in Deming, NM;
- Dodge dealers in Alamogordo, NM