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Ram confirms Fiat Ducato vans to form new Promaster series for US


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#1 OFFLINE   silvrsvt

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Posted 28 November 2012 - 08:05 AM

Kinda ugly looking...wonder how they'll fit the RAM grill on it LOL

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#2 OFFLINE   Bob Rosadini

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Posted 28 November 2012 - 09:19 AM

No uglier than a Transit, or a Sprinter-a bread box is a bread box. Not good news for Ford however. Dodge-excuse me- Ram, is doing well in the commercial market-anyone who says otherwise is sticking their heads in the sand. No doubt in my mind they will also use their Iveco connection to push into class 6 and 7. A move IMO made more likely by Ford's apparent desire to get out of it.