Designed to handle even the toughest jobs, the 2019 Ram ProMaster City backs its reputation with relentless strength. Whether we’re talking engine power, hauling ability or cost efficiency, the ProMaster City scores best-in-class titles across the board. On top of performance, the cargo van’s thoughtfully-crafted cockpit is made ideal for commercial applications, featuring overhead storage, an oversized glove box, in-dash and in-door storage bins and an expansive windshield for increased visibility.
Loading is made easier with dual sliding side doors that open up to 26 inches and a low rear floor load height of 23.3 inches. The Promaster City’s 60/40 split rear doors conveniently lock open at 90° and can swing open to a maximum of 180° using the release button. Pricing for this model starts at just $25,740.
Racking up countless best-in-class titles in capability, ProMaster City proves itself as a powerful hauler. Along with its best-in-class 131.7-cubic-foot cargo capacity, the cargo van delivers a class-leading maximum payload rating of 1,883 lbs. The model also features an unmatched 2,000-lb. tow capacity and a maximum roof load weight of 150 lbs.
Specially designed to minimize cost of ownership, the ProMaster City hits the mark with a series of smart design choices. The cargo van comes fitted with a front-wheel-drive system, which requires fewer mechanical parts and is easier to maintain than the typical rear-wheel-drive system. A 10,000-mile oil change interval maximizes time between service visits, while a best-in-class estimated fuel rating of 28 highway mpg lets drivers get more miles from each tank of gas.
The Ram family’s largest and most powerful four-cylinder gas engine, the 2.4L Tigershark MultiAir 2 scores a best-in-class standard engine power rating of 178 horsepower as well as a best-in-class 174 lb.-ft. of torque. The engine comes paired with a class-exclusive nine-speed automatic transmission. Equipped with Electronic Range Select and a wide ratio spread, this cargo van gives you the power to go from launch to overdrive, with quick take-off capabilities in first gear.