RAM ProMaster 3500 for Sale in Plano, TX

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$19,900 95,823 mi.

2014 RAM ProMaster 3500 Tradesman

Fair Price
  • Ext. Color: White
  • Int. Color: Gray
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Auto Merchants Inc.
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(469) 277-6474
3.4 (101 reviews)
3 mi. from 75023
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by James Williams from Euless tx
November 6, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 3.4 (101 reviews)
Had a great experience process was quick real laid back no pressure buying process love it they let me take the car to get check out by my own tech or dealership they fix the issues that my tech had found wrong with the car
Pushing 400,000 miles!
by Kip-On-Truckin' from Akron OH
March 12, 2018
I own two 2014 Ram Promasters. We use both for expedited freight, and we drive well over 100,000 per year. For my money, these are simply the best vans you can buy. Of the competition (Transit, Sprinter) they are the cheapest, by far the best in snow (FWD, no need for snow tires) and get the best mileage (20+ in summer, 18s in winter). Like all vans, resist the temptation to get the diesel - you won't save anything in fuel and when they break you are deeply screwed. After 3 years, I have 370k on one Promaster and 330k on the second. The Pentastar 3.6 is in every Chrysler, and generally it's durable, simple, and trouble free. The trans (contrary to what you've heard) has been in production since 2003 and is also in lots of Chryslers, and is basically bulletproof. The only fatal flaw with the engine is a valve problem that shows up around 150k. For me, it was more cost effective to replace the engine than to replace the head, but the good news is that junkyard engines are $1500 for one with less than 40k, and I changed it myself without too much trouble. Take the grill off, and these are easier to work on than a 60s car. If you did need a trans, they are also $1500 and a day's work to swap out. I did need a new engine in one van, but the other is at 370k and hasn't needed a thing, except an alternator. For towing get the Ford, but payload (4000+) and spacewise the PM wins. Tip: the 1500,2500,and 3500 PMs are identical, it is literally just the badge on the side. Same springs, same drivetrain, same cooling. So overall, I would have zero fear of buying another PM, miles are less important than you think.
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