If you you’re looking for a capable people-mover that cuts out the nonsense and gets the job done, the 2019 Ram ProMaster Window Van is what you need. Expansive space, endless customization possibilities, and able performance ensure this vehicle can do what you need it to and do it well, while a tight traction and turning radius allow for surprisingly adept city driving.
This model year sees the tow rating increased and the grille redesigned, employing a look more analogous to the Ram 1500 pick-up truck. The 2019 Ram ProMaster Window Van comes in the ProMaster 2500 and ProMaster 3500 variations. The former has a starting MSRP of $36,645, with the latter starting at $40,495.
The 2019 Ram ProMaster Window Van is powered by a standard 3.6-liter V6 engine, producing an able 280 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. This brings forth a maximum towing capacity of 6,800 pounds. The maximum payload capacity on the 3500 is 4,680 pounds, one of the highest in the class and a figure that brings this vehicle’s potential capabilities to a whole new level. The front wheels of the window van receive juice from the engine via a smooth-shifting six-speed automatic transmission.
The most desirable attribute of a good cargo van is its capability, and the 2019 Ram ProMaster Window Van delivers this in spades. One of the strongest payload rankings in its class (more on that later) along with plenty of room inside in all directions open the possibilities of this vehicle to anything you could (reasonably) want or dream for a window van. With the 159-inch wheelbase and high roof, adults can stand up comfortably while having plenty of space to move around as needed. Exact lengths vary between the models, with the 2500 being 236 inches long and the 3500 being 250.
The 2019 Ram ProMaster Window Van streamlines its design in clever ways for optimal convenience. The front-wheel drive set-up brings a range of benefits, such as better traction on slippery roads and an impressively low floor height, which makes getting humans and cargo in and out (particularly the heavy stuff) a breeze. The lowered frontal nose allows for excellent visibility, and the wide doors are easy to get in and out of.