Think of Ram Cargo Vans as the offensive linemen of the Ram Trucks lineup. Ram C/V is known for getting the job done in the trenches, and these reliable workhorses never miss a down.
With 144.4 cubic feet and enough width to easily carry flat 4×8 materials, Ram C/V can really carry the load. And with a maximum towing capacity up to 3,600 pounds, they don’t just carry the load, they pull it.
Protecting the Quarterback
Ram C/V keeps the play caller out of harm’s way with multistage driver and front passenger airbags and four-wheel antilock front brakes standard. Bright quad halogen headlights protect the quarterback’s blindside, and remote keyless / illuminated entry system add safety after hours. If you’re running a reverse play, available ParkView®Rear Back Up Camera is unbeatable.
Comfortable Equipment, Relaxing Locker Room
Long days in trenches call for comfortable equipment, like breathable cloth seats, soft-touch materials padding the dash, and an available leather-wrapped steering wheel has audio controls.
Talking ‘bout Practice
Working day in and day out, Ram C/V’s dual sliding doors are built to stand up to everyday demands. When the game is on the line and the team is in a tough spot, practice pays off: sliding doors make parking and unloading easier, and the rear liftgate with gas props is illuminated to help you see the field. Ram C/V offers three cargo access points for unbeatable convenience, no matter what audible you might call.
Count on Ram C/V to be easy on the team’s bottom line with 17 city / 25 hwy mpg rating. And if the game goes into overtime, the 20-gallon fuel tank, you’ll go 500 highway miles between fill-ups. The game is all about heart, and the award-winning 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine, with 283 horsepower, simply will not quit pounding.
Going into Battle
Berry Flowers of Commerce, Michigan is one team that has taken Ram C/V into the big game. Owner Wesley Berry is one of the top five florists in the country. He relies on Ram Cargo Vans to make his deliveries. And during Michigan winters, few are more equipped to go on the road into a hostile environment.