New 2019 RamProMaster City WAGON SLT

  • VIN: ZFBHRFBB5K6L94091
  • Stock: 1913002
 
Fuel Economy
21.0/28.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Red
Interior Color
Black
Body/Seating
Cargo Van/2 seats
Transmission
9 speed automatic
Drivetrain
front-wheel
Engine
2.4L 2.4-Liter Tigershark MultiAir I-4 Engine
Ram ProMaster City

Highlighted Features

  • Navigation system
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Parking sensors
  • Exterior parking camera rear
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Steering wheel mounted audio controls
  • Rear window wiper
  • Alloy wheels

Included Packages & Options

  • Lights & Wheels Group$575
    • Wheels: 16" x 6.5" Aluminum
    • Front Fog Lamps
    • Wheel Center Cap
  • Radio: Uconnect 3 Nav w/5" Display$525
    • 5.0" Touchscreen Display
    • GPS Antenna Input
    • GPS Navigation
    • Integrated Voice Command w/Bluetooth
Included Options
  • Full Size Spare Tire$250
  • ParkSense Rear Park Assist System$345
  • Rear Wiper/Washer/Defroster Group$300

Standard Specifications

Dealer Notes

Its a minivan thats an actual mini van. Not the Honda Odyssey or the Toyota Sienna or any of those other bloated family-haulers that may technically be vans but are hardly mini, but rather old-fashioned boxes on wheelslow on amenities, high on utility. And as weve come to find out, theyre not that bad to drive either. Thats certainly the case with the Ram Promaster City, which joins the Ford Transit Connect and the Nissan NV200/Chevrolet City Express twins in the Tiny Van Tousle. Essentially a slightly warmed over Fiat Doblo utility van thats sold overseas, the Promaster City arrives in Ram dealerships now, both in cargo and five-passenger form The Promaster City has a lot of right qualities. It starts with being eminently easy to drive. From behind the wheel, the Promaster Citys car-like driving position and surprisingly stylish, ergonomically sound dashboard are more like those of a tall station wagon than a cargo van. Particular helpful if the van is to be piloted by many different drivers is its uncomplicated Uconnect infotainment system with available touchscreen and wifi, which requires little or no learning curve to master, unlike the fussy Sync system in the Transit Connect. Large glass back windows on models so equipped (including all five-passenger versions, which also come with windows in the sliding door) dwarf the tiny airplane-size back windows in the NV200/City Express, blessing the Promaster City with a great view out back when its not loaded with stuff. As a compact van weighing about 3,600 lbs., the Promaster City is also is fully competent with just four cylinders underhood. The 2.4-liter Tigershark inline-fours 178 hp and 174 lb-ft of torque make it the most powerful mill in the segment, while a nine-speed automatic with manual shift control manages the shifting. Thus endowed, the Promaster City is no speed demon at full tilt, but nor should drivers be allowed to blame any late deliveries on their van being too slow. And just as important to the boss is the Promaster Citys impressive 21/29 mpg city/highway fuel economy, which exactly matches the long-wheelbase Transit Connect. The Promaster City is also spectacularly maneuverable, boasting a turning circle that, at just 32 feet, is three feet tighter than a Mini Coopers. Ride quality, meanwhile, is downright heroic thanks to a fully independent rear suspension (the NV200/City Express have bumpy rear leaf springs and the Transit Connect has a twist beam rear axle), so if youre in the business of transporting delicate items like wedding cakes or antiques, this should top your shopping list. However small it drives, the Promaster City can carry a lot. Size wise, its very close to the Ford and Nissan competition, yet it manages to squeak more cubic feet into the cargo area: 131.7 cubes on cargo models versus 128.6 for the Ford and 122.7 for the Nissan. The roof height is a tall 51.8 inches, and as with its competitors, the Promaster Citys rear doors open on double hinges for nearly 180 degrees of total swing, which makes loading wide and bulky items a cinch. The Promaster City cargo model comes with a fully lined floor that is flat and expansive, measuring 87.2 feet from the seatbacks to the rear doors, 60.4 inches between the walls and 48.4 inches between the wheelwells, allowing a forklift to drop in a conventional pallet full of cargo. Up to 1883 pounds of payload can be loaded inside, then secured with its six standard D-rings (four on passenger models). Thats 173 pounds more than the Transit Connect and 383 pounds more than the NV200/City Express.

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall3.7Out of 5
  • Nothing fancy, very competent.

    By Satisfied Owner on Friday, December 22, 2017

    5.0
    I have owned the (standard passenger version) City for about 5 months. Sticker price was about 26.5k, I paid about 21k total, including 7% tax. THINGS I DONT LIKE-- First gear can kind of surge, particularly when its cold. No spare tire unless you order as an option. Standard stereo not very good.The cup holders are not placed well.The horn beeps when you use the clicker to lock the car and there seems to be no easy way to disable this feature. THINGS I LIKE-- Best value. For the last half of 2017, Ram has been discounting the price of the City thru incentives much more than Ford has on the Transit. Relatively quiet, not luxury car quiet, but for a passenger capable cargo van, noise is not an issue. Responsive steering, handles well for a van, and good viability. Comfortable seats. Large, tall cargo area that has a low floor for easy access. Split rear seats fold forward easily. Gas mileage has been about 24 mpg in mostly suburban driving.
  • Daily driver, camper and occaisional cargo hauler

    By Vince on Tuesday, November 01, 2016

    5.0
    I got a smoking deal on this van $20500 Canadian dollars. I get great fuel economy and it has all the power I need. I bought this to create my own VW Microbus camper that I could use every day. I love it. The only criticism is the tranny can shift a little clunky due to the shifting dogs in the 9spd. The throttle can hesitate while it hunts for a gear. The ZF transmission is known for this, but it doesn't seem to effect it's reliability; it is more of a characteristic of how it shifts. It rides well and is very configurable. I got such a great deal on it. If drives nice, but the seats are just so-so. Handles well for a van and has lots of options for a cargo van. I hit an eagle on a trip and it dented the roof. I live in hail country so I hope I never get hit by that. I got a great deal on it, but I'd have gladly spent $2000 more just to get the same vehicle.
  • Not a good investment for new small business

    By John on Friday, February 02, 2018

    1.0
    Own it for 40 days (820 miles) more then 20 days in service department .5 attempts to solve multiple mechanical issues . Case managers with Chrysler resolution team not responding for more then a week. Before you buying give yourself a favor and research online :what is the car manufacturer with a lowest reliability rating and make the decision after . If you buying anyway take two so you can use one while second in service department .

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