The ProMaster line has a little brother in the form of the ProMaster City. Much like the Ford Transit Connect does for its larger version, the ProMaster City takes the commercial van formula and shrinks it down into an easier to handle and easier to live with everyday vehicle. The ProMaster City, like it’s bigger brother, also comes in a Wagon format with seating for more people.
The ProMaster City is powered by a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine and a nine-speed automatic transmission. Towing capacity lands at 2,000 pounds with seating for just two occupants.
The pint-sized vans can be customized in a variety of ways. Since their primary function is as a work vehicle, there are packages that upgrade the rear of the van with various cargo configurations and upgrades. There are two different delivery van packages, a plumbing package, telecom and electrician upfits, and a construction package.
The Ram ProMaster City competes with the Nissan NV200 and Ford Transit Connect. We don’t have exact pricing and release dates yet, but we expect to see a starting price of around $24,545.