Ram announces pricing, MPG for ProMaster City

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Updated Nov 14, 2014

Ram Truck says it will price its all-new 2015 ProMaster City at just north of $24,000 in a cargo configuration, with the Ram ProMaster City Wagon coming in at just more than $25,000.

“The new Ram ProMaster City enters the Class 1 market with a long list of customer-focused, best-in-class features, including the highest available payload and cargo capacities,” says Bob Hegbloom, President and CEO — Ram Truck Brand. “Customers can look to Ram Commercial for a full line of trucks and vans that set the standard for cost of ownership and innovation.”


With the 2.4-liter Tigershark and exclusive 9-speed automatic transmission, Ram says the 2015 Ram ProMaster City delivers EPA fuel economy of 21 mpg city, 29 mpg highway and 24 mpg combined. The ProMaster City also offers 2,000 pounds of towing capacity.

The 2.4-liter Tigershark I-4 engine generates a best-in-class 178 horsepower at 6,400 rpm, while its peak torque – 174 lb.-ft. at 3,900 rpm – is greater than any standard-equipment engine in the segment, Ram says. 

Above the wheel wells, the ProMaster City’s nearly vertical side panels offer a width dimension of 60.4 inches. Combined with an interior roof height of 51.8 inches, the result is best-in-class volume of 131.7 cubic feet for the cargo van version of the ProMaster City. 
The rear of the Ram ProMaster City is fitted with 60/40 split rear doors. 

Starting with a 48.4-inch span between the rear wheel wells, the width between the ProMaster City’s wheel wells provides an extra margin of capacity, allowing building materials and pallets to be loaded quickly and easily.