The First Ram C/V (Cargo Van) Rolls Off the Assembly Line at Chrysler Group LLC’s Windsor Assembly Plant
August 31, 2011 , Auburn Hills, Mich. – The Ram Truck Brand celebrates today as the first 2012 Ram Cargo Van rolls out of Chrysler Group LLC’s Windsor (Canada) Assembly Plant.
New for 2012, the Ram Cargo Van, or Ram C/V, benefits from more than 25 years of minivan engineering and the Ram Truck brand understands the versatility needs for both small and large businesses.
Ram C/V offers small businesses many competitive advantages.
Among them, Ram C/V provides a Class 1 commercial vehicle-leading 1,800-lb. cargo payload and category-exclusive towing capability, up to 3,600 lbs.
A 20-gallon fuel tank and 25 mpg highway also deliver best-in-class fuel range.
Ram Cargo Van features commercial-tuned ride and heavy-duty suspension offering maximum hauling capability.
A heavy-duty radiator and heavy-duty transmission oil cooler help meet heavier powertrain demands. Ram C/V also is engineered with unique hydraulic power-assist rack-and-pinion steering, front anti-sway bar and rear twist-beam axle with coil springs. Ram C/V has a maximum Gross Combined Weight Rating (GCWR) of 8,750 lbs.
With standard electronic stability control (ESC), commercial load-tuned tire-pressure monitoring (TPM), four-wheel anti-lock disc brake system (ABS) and ideal command-of-the road seating, the Ram Cargo Van offers capability, comfort and convenience with great road manners.