To the Ram design team, the title “passenger wagon” means more than just some extra seats. It’s the promise of a people-first environment that’s comfortable and adaptable. The 2019 Ram ProMaster City Passenger Wagon’s thoughtfully-crafted cabin offers this along with ample space to stow your belongings with a massive rear cargo space, overhead storage, an oversized glove box and in-dash and in-door storage bins.
Holding the title of Ram’s largest and most powerful four-cylinder gas engine, the 2.4L Tigershark MultiAir 2 comes standard on the passenger wagon. This high-performance engine gives the wagon a best-in-class standard engine power rating of 178 horsepower, as well as a best-in-class 174 lb.-ft. of torque. Also featured is the class-exclusive nine-speed automatic transmission. Starting at just $27,490, there’s much more to love about this capable passenger wagon.
This is no “one layout fits all” type of passenger wagon. 60/40 split Fold-and-Tumble rear seats offer seating for up to 5 passengers, giving nine available seating and cargo-carrying formations to choose from. The seats fold flat for a seamless 69.2-inch-long cargo area behind the first-row seats. With the rear seats unfolded, the ProMaster City Passenger Wagon can accommodate 5 passengers while still offering a 54.7-inch-long cargo area.
The available Uconnect 3 NAV infotainment system features a full-color 5-inch touchscreen with Voice Command and Bluetooth Streaming Audio. The leather-wrapped steering wheel comes loaded with audio controls, so you can control your music without taking your hands off the wheel or your eyes off the road. The system’s GPS Navigation feature seamlessly guides you to your destination with turn-by-turn voice directions and a map display.
Specially designed to minimize cost of ownership, the ProMaster City hits the mark with a series of smart design choices. The passenger wagon comes fitted with a front-wheel-drive system, which requires fewer mechanical parts and is easier to maintain than your typical rear-wheel-drive system. A 10,000-mile oil change interval maximizes time between service visits, while a best-in-class estimated fuel rating of 28 highway mpg lets drivers get more miles from each tank of gas.