In the complaint I read, the servicing dealer did not have a lift or service bay, large enough to repair/service the Sprinter based motorhome. I'm not sure about the selling dealership, but if you buy a motorhome, or even a commercial van from Dodge, it's a huge inconvenience to be away from your home dealer, on either business or vacation, and find out after the fact, you can't get it worked on at any Dodge Dealer. That's an issue with slapping Ram badging on the Fiats. It comes down to two issues, leave them Fiats and lose sales, or step up and sell more as Rams but certify and train all dealerships to service them. Neither is an easy or inexpensive answer. I found out the hard way, in 1989, that my selling diesel dealership, didn't have any diesel mechanics. I had to drive 25 additional miles to get it serviced. Not good.