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AN: One Ram van down, two to go

Discussion in 'Vans' started by Allpar News System, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. Allpar News System

    Allpar News System Automated System

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    With the Ram ProMaster shown, one of three major Fiat/Iveco vans has been shown. Another one, the Fiat Doblo, will get minimal changes for North American sale; it is likely to be made in Turkey and sold here as the Ram ProMaster City. Then there's the third -- the one that would compete directly with [brand of the month] Sprinter and the large Ford and Nissan vans that have sold in other nations, and are just making their way here now. The Iveco┬áDaily is reportedly being reworked to be a fiercer Sprinter competitor; most likely, Ram and Iveco engineers are working together on the project. It may well be the vehicle in the photo, towards the back, with what seems like a more pronounced, chromed Ram grille. [​IMG]
    Ram engineers would likely be quite happy to get some of their own back from Mercedes, whose name is now on..

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  2. Bearhawke

    Bearhawke Things happen for a reason

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    IMHO Ram/Dodge may be wise is taking a trip 'back to the future' a la Nissan and its NV van AKA panel truck; thinks 1966 down Dodge Town Panel and Town Wagon (the Mopar '[Suburban] Carryall'). I say that since so many of the mechanical systems already exist for the pickups
     
  3. Truck451

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    Does anyone know if the Ducato will be sold in the United States as a passenger van?
     

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