Fiat’s Ducato van, which fits between the little Doblo and the larger Iveco Daily, is almost certain to be sold in the United States as a Ram model, complete with Ram grille, according to both prior statements and multiple sources. Currently, Ducato is made in more than one plant, the closest to the United States being Brazil; however, because imported trucks are subject to a high tariff, the Ram version of the Ducato (which is highly unlikely to be called Ram Ducato) will be assembled in the United States, possibly from knockdown kits made outside North America.
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