Its squarish design and traditional mechanical underpinnings tell us that Dodge, for the most part, stopped well short of a redesign when configuring the 1994 Ram Wagon 250. We liked the changes that were made-most notably, a contemporary front-end modification, the addition of optional four-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS) and the incorporation of slightly stiffer shocks to improve the already impressive touring and towing capabilities of this big, traditional van.
Our '94 Dodge Ram Wagon 250 test vehicle bore an MSRP of $25,102, which included a lengthy and highly recommended list of optional equipment. Among options we liked were a muscular 5.9-liter V8, ABS, a premium AM/FM stereo with a cassette player, a towing package and eight-passenger seating capacity. Our test vehicle also featured optional air conditioning, power assists, a tilt steering wheel, cruise control and some attractive exterior styling touches.
The eight-passenger touring van configuration is but one possibility of the Ram Wagon 250. With an optional 12-passenger seating arrangement, this van would be ideal transportation for an entire Little League team. Moreover, custom-van outfitters like to use the Ram Wagon 250's long wheelbase and wide stance as a pedestal for crafting their snazzy conversions.