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2014 Ram ProMaster Commercial Van World Debut

2014 Ram ProMaster Commercial Van World Debut

  • 2014 RamProMaster puts RamTruck back into the expanding, purpose-built, full-size van segment with best-in-class features focused on the commercial customer
  • New 2014 RamProMaster van developed from the successful, long-standing Fiat Ducato: 30-plus years of reliable service and more than 4.5 million units sold
  • Exceptional cargo capability, durability, a unique front-wheel-drive system and outstanding uptime
  • RamProMaster is a purpose-built, highly customizable van designed to exceed the demands of commercial customers
  • ProMaster best-in-class feature

  1. Fuel economy
  2. Cargo capacity
  3. Payload
  4. Total cost of ownership
  5. Turning radius
  6. Interior ceiling height
  7. Step-in height
  • North American debut of world-class, torque-rich 3.0-liter I-4 EcoDiesel promises best-in-class fuel efficiency, robust capability and long service intervals
  • 280-horsepower output from award-winning 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 unmatched among RamProMaster competitors
  • Proven 62TE six-speed automatic transmission enhanced to suit unique ProMaster application
  • North American-first automated six-speed manual controlled by software that responds to road conditions
  • Best-in-class powertrain warranty – 5 years/100,000 miles
  • New RamProMaster combines functionality and versatility with modern styling and professional appeal
  • RamProMaster offers more than 35 safety and security features, including six air bags standard and electronic stability control technologies
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