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Ram commercial vehicles are designed to ensure that contractors can effectively support large job operations that require heavy-duty output. With that, workers expect the utmost in strength and utility from their vehicles, as many of these jobs require unparalleled toughness that can withstand a serious day of work – day after day.
In order to deliver on exceptional worker standards, Ram maintains an impressive lineup of commercial vehicles, each with their own specific strengths. Within the commercial lineup, there is the Ram Chassis Cab, the Ram ProMaster and the smaller Ram ProMaster City, and the Ram 1500, Ram 2500, and Ram 3500. Each of these vehicles offers plenty of customization opportunities to suit specific job needs, making them truly stand out in the commercial vehicle segment.
The versatile ProMaster work vehicle comes in four configurations: the Cargo Van, Window Van, Chassis Cab, and Cutaway Van. The ProMaster Cargo Van is a nimble utility vehicle with a class-exclusive front-wheel drive system that is perfect for navigating busy job sites or narrow streets. It also offers nearly 90-degree vertical walls in the cargo area to optimize the available space for storage and upfits that can be installed along the walls. The standard cargo height of 65.4 inches tops the class, and the wide side and back door openings accommodate large cargo and equipment. The ProMaster Window Van is similar, but full-length side windows replace the solid panels. The ProMaster Chassis Cab and Cutaway Van are both totally open to customization with plenty of upfitting options, but on a smaller scale than the Ram Chassis Cab. Their gross vehicle weight rating is up to 9,350 pounds.
Next on the list is the ProMaster City, which optimizes efficiency and convenience when your work takes you to urban areas. One of its highlights is the low load-floor height, which allows workers to easily get cargo into the bay. There is also a narrower door on the passenger side that grants easy curb access for deliveries on narrow streets. This outstanding versatility is the reason the ProMaster City has been voted The Most Capable Work Van in America.
The Ram 1500 is less equipment-oriented than the models mentioned above, although it still provides plenty of strength with a maximum gas towing capacity of 10,620 pounds and a maximum payload of 1,880 pounds. An impressive Class-Exclusive RamBox Cargo Management System is included for the crew cab edition, which is completely decked out with drainable storage bins outfitted with LED lighting.
With the Ram 2500, a 50,000-psi hydroformed steel frame gives the truck impressive strength that lets it take on heavy-duty work. It can haul up to 16,320 pounds and offers a maximum (gas engine) payload of up to 3,990 pounds. The Ram 3500, known as America’s Longest-Lasting Heavy-Duty Pickup, offers an exceptional fifth-wheel towing capacity of 30,000 pounds and a maximum payload of up to 7,350 pounds. Its true power comes from the 6.7-liter Cummins Turbo-Diesel I6 engine, which when paired to the available AISIN six-speed transmission makes 930 pound-feet of torque – just what it needs to haul some serious equipment.
The Ram Chassis Cab is designed to support the heaviest of equipment. When it’s properly equipped it offers a gross combined weight rating of up to 31,000 pounds. It also boasts an impressive 50,000-psi rear-frame strength. It comes in four Tradesman trims, a 3500 SLT, and a 3500 Single Rear Wheel 10K GVWR SLT. This series of vehicles, which are commonly used in dump-truck applications, have a class-best available dual fuel tank capacity of 74 gallons.