We wouldn't call this passenger van attractive, but it's not terrible, either. It's as interesting as an affordable passenger van can possibly manage, and halogen headlights flank the Ram grille and ensure that the lunch tin is visible from a distance. Daytime running lights are now standard, as is a body-color front fascia. The rear features 180-degree opening doors and the van sits on a standard set of 16-inch steel wheels. 16-inch alloy wheels are available.
The Ram is significantly shorter in length than the Mercedes-Benz Metris but is closer in size to the long-wheelbase version of the Ford Transit Connect. Total length comes in at 187.1 inches and the wheelbase is 122.4 inches; this lineup doesn't offer any extended wheelbase options. The van stands 74.2 inches tall and an overall body width of 84.6 inches including the mirrors means it's rather slim for the segment. The Ram has a curb weight of 3,683 pounds.
|Ram ProMaster City Passenger Wagon Trims||Wagon|
|Max Width||72.1 in.|
|Ram ProMaster City Passenger Wagon Trims||Curb Weight|
|Wheels Type||Steel Wheels|
|Front Wheel Size||16" x 6.5"|
|Rear Wheel Size||16" x 6.5"|
A total of seven exterior paint options are available for the Ram, and two of these are standard. While the other five are nice enough, we don't see the average shopper splashing out the extra $200 for them given that this vehicle is of a utilitarian nature. The two no-cost options include Bright White and Bright Red and our personal favorite would be the last one, but most hauler-focused shoppers will end up choosing Bright White. The five metallic hues include Deep Red, Blue Night, Silver, Quartz Gray, and Black.