According to well-connected reader y2kyamr6, when the Ram version of the Fiat Ducato goes on sale, it will do so as both a cargo van and a chassis cab. Chassis cabs are used by upfitters to create customized vehicles, such as ambulances and recreational vehicles; the Ducato might find a built-in audience among RV makers, some of whom have been customizing Sprinter vans. There are already Ram chassis cabs in Class 3, 4, and 5 (the Ram 3500, 4500, and 5500 chassis cabs), but these have much larger engines, with a 5.7 Hemi in the 3500 or a Cummins turbodiesel (which is the sole engine for the 4500 and 5500). The front-wheel-drive Ducato van has a McPherson strut front suspension and and a solid beam axle suspended by leaf springs in the rear. There is an optional air suspension in most markets. The engines most commonly found in Fiat Ducatos..
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