The Ram Cargo Van debuted for 2013 as a small van option for fleet and commercial entities. Based on the reputable Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town & Country minivans, the Ram Cargo Van most notably deletes the rear passenger rows of seating. Instead, three cargo room options existed on the van consisting of an aluminum rear load floor, deluxe load floor with three accessible bins or a deleted load floor. Body color matching side panels came standard on the cargo van but buyers could select glass side windows as an option. Beside cosmetic upgrades, Ram Truck's minivan outfitting included heavy-duty suspension as well as engine and transmission cooling. Providing ample performance for commercial duties, the Ram Cargo Van benefited from a 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine. The combination of 283 horsepower and fuel economy rated at 25 miles per gallon highway demonstrated competency and efficiency for professional duty. The Ram Cargo Van production ended after the 2015 model year succeeded by the Fiat-sourced Ram ProMaster City.