2016 Ram Truck ProMaster City Wagon Values

Select a 2016 Ram Truck ProMaster City Wagon trim level

2016 model year changes

Following its debut last year, the Dodge Ram ProMaster City is largely unchanged for 2016.

Competitive comparison

Versatile interior; compact external dimensions; huge amounts of utility; decent power and torque

Special features for 2016

The Dodge Ram ProMaster City competes with vehicles like the Ford Transit Connect, Nissan NV200, and the Chevy City Express. Like all three of those vehicles, the ProMaster City uses a compact unibody structure that shares more with small economy cars than with traditional pickup trucks. The advantages of such a platform include a stiffer, lighter chassis, smoother suspension and better fuel economy. As its name implies, the ProMaster City should be right at home in an urban environment, where it is maneuverable enough to get down crowded streets and compact enough to find a parking spot once a destination is reached.
The ProMaster wagon seats five and is offered in two basic trim levels. Standard equipment includes: 16” steel wheels, all-powered accessories, remote entry, tilt and telescope steering wheel, 60/40 split rear seating, overhead storage area, USB and iPod connectivity and four-speaker sound system. Upgrades can add Bluetooth integration with 5” touchscreen and Uconnect, six-speaker sound system, parking camera with rear parking sensors, heated and powered front seating, alloy wheels, fog lamps, trailer hitch, roof rails, cargo areas, remote start and more. Under the hood is a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that’s rated at 178 horsepower and 174 pound-feet of torque.