With so many vans on the market that can be converted as a campervan, why is the ProMaster a popular option? For starters, the van comes in 13 different models – ranging from different heights, roof heights, wheelbases, and engines.
Not to mention, the Ram ProMaster is front-wheel drive, giving it an edge compared to other convertibles on the market. Think about it: if you plan to go camping with it, you don’t want to get stuck in mud or snow with the rear wheels. This, alone, makes it attractive to buyers who are willing to go off the beaten path. It’s also a campervan that won’t break the bank, which is great, especially if you’re budgeting for a camper van.
Depending on the year of the ProMaster, buyers can choose between two different engines: a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 gas engine (276 horsepower and 250 pounds of torque) or a 3.0-liter EcoDiesel four-cylinder (174 horsepower and 294 pounds of torque). – feet of torque). However, the EcoDiesel was only sold in North America from 2014 to 2016, so options are limited. For interior cargo room, the ProMaster ranges from 304 cubic feet to 463 cubic feet, depending on the model. The interior roof options are 65.4 inches, 76 inches and 86 inches, and a wheelbase of 136 inches. Based on this, the Ram ProMaster is a good choice for campers, but that doesn’t mean it’s reliable for getting to and from your campsite.