Ram ProMaster features ParkView backup camera and ParkSense with audible warning, all of which are useful when maneuvering a large van.
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I think a reverse camera makes more sense in a cargo van, since you can't use your review mirror.Bluetooth will be useful.
The reverse camera and audible warning is something I never would have thought to have in a cargo van.
There are also a bunch of safety features. 6 airbags in the front I believe.
Traction control, trailer sway control.
A lot of Ford cube van's I seen have these pull out rams in an area designated for it which was awesome, but obviously thats not the case with the promaster, I think if we want a pull out ramp, it'll have to mount under the ProMaster.A small ramp that pulls out from the rear of the promaster would be a great add on. I have seen these ramp kits that you can buy but only fold upwards blocking the doors and obstructing the rear view windows. Guess that would work with a rear view camera but a sliding ramp would be best.
I like that idea and maybe even one for the side too. That would make life a lot easier. But it would have to be a heavy duty ramp which will add up in weight so another concern for fuel economy there but a nice compromise.A small ramp that pulls out from the rear of the promaster would be a great add on. I have seen these ramp kits that you can buy but only fold upwards blocking the doors and obstructing the rear view windows. Guess that would work with a rear view camera but a sliding ramp would be best.