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Working van 2014 RAM ProMaster at Towbin Dodge

With a best-in-class payload and V6 engine, the 2014 RAM ProMaster has arrived in Las Vegas and the only place to find it is at Towbin Dodge Superstore on Auto Mall Drive.

The ProMaster is an industry leading commercial-use van, and offers individuals a long list of best-in-class features, including a 36-foot turning radius, 3.6- liter V6 engine and as much as 5,100 pounds of towing capacity. The ProMaster comes with a standard six-speed automatic transmission, and a Gross Vehicle Weight rating of 8,550 pounds.

“The 2014 RAM ProMaster is an unparalleled work van, designed with the toughest of jobs in mind,” said Joshua “Chop” Towbin, co-owner of Towbin Dodge Superstore. “Towbin Dodge is proud to be the only dealership in Las Vegas to carry the ProMaster.”

The ProMaster is the first jointly developed vehicle of RAM truck and Fiat under the Chrysler Group, and is based off the Fiat Ducato, a front-wheel-drive van available in Europe. The ProMaster is designed to be able to handle rougher roads and higher payloads than its European cousin, and easily outperforms the Ducato.

With 13 different configurations, the ProMaster offers a three-wheel base, high roof and cutaway options. Towbin Dodge carries the original, chassis cabin and cutaway models of the ProMaster. Pricing for the ProMaster begins at $28,630.

Towbin Dodge Superstore, 275 Auto Mall Drive in Henderson, is the flagship dealership of the automotive group.

Towbin Dodge was ranked No. 1 in the nation in sales by the Chrysler Group through July, and No. 1 in customer service for February. For more information about Towbin Dodge Superstore, visit www.TowbinDodge.com, call 702-558-3800 or visit them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TowbinDodge.

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