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New 2022 Ram ProMaster® | Most Advanced ProMaster Ever

Once again Ram Trucks has raised the bar for work vehicles, this time with an update to its popular full-size cargo van, the Ram ProMaster®.

New for model year 2022, the Ram ProMaster remains purpose-built for vocational use. From construction jobsites to delivery routes to HVAC, electrical, plumbing work and more, the updated van builds on the efforts of prior ProMaster generations to meet and exceed the specialized needs of its commercial van customers.

Powering the New 2022 Ram ProMaster is the next-generation 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine, which is now paired to a segment-exclusive TorqueFlite nine-speed automatic transmission1. The van is available in 18 configurations, including two roof heights, three wheelbases and four vehicle lengths. All ProMaster models come with a class-exclusive front-wheel-drive system1 and feature several standard and available safety and security features, including:

  • Adaptive Cruise Control with Lane Centering2
  • Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking3
  • Pedestrian/Cyclist Emergency Detection3
  • Available Drowsy Driver Detection2
  • Available Traffic Sign Recognition4
  • Available LaneSense® Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist5

Check out this video highlighting just some of what the New 2022 Ram ProMaster full-size cargo van has to offer small-business owners like you.

The New 2022 Ram ProMaster is scheduled to begin arriving at dealerships in Q4 of 2021. Contact your local BusinessLink Dealership for more information.

1Based on the Large Commercial Van Segment (Class 2). 2This system is a driver’s convenience system, not a substitute for active driver involvement. The driver must remain aware of traffic conditions and be prepared to use the brakes to avoid collisions. 3This system is an alert system for the front of the vehicle. It is not a substitute for active driver involvement. The driver must remain aware of traffic conditions and be prepared to use the brakes to avoid collisions. 4Traffic Sign Recognition is not a substitute for safe and attentive driving. Factors including weather and the condition of the traffic sign can impact recognition and display of the sign. Always check traffic signs visually while driving.5This system is a driver’s convenience system, not a substitute for active driver involvement. The driver must remain aware of traffic conditions and maintain control of the vehicle.

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