New commercial van will offer unique powertrains and styling cues for North America

After showing off the larger Ram ProMaster van, another Italian cargo carrier will be joining the North American Ram lineup.

Based on the Fiat Doblo, Ram has officially announced the impending arrival of the Ram ProMaster City van. The new model will feature unique styling cues and powertrains for the North American market and arrive for the 2015 model year.

Press release below.


Ram Commercial Confirms New Small Van

December 2, 2013 , Auburn Hills, Mich. – The Ram Commercial Truck division today announced that it will offer an all-new small van for the North American market.

Joining the larger and highly capable Ram ProMaster as an additional van offering, the 2015 Ram ProMaster City will compete with small commercial and passenger vans.

“The Ram ProMaster City further expands the Ram Commercial truck lineup, which includes everything from vans to pickups to Class Four and Five trucks,” said Reid Bigland, President and CEO – Ram Truck Brand, Chrysler Group LLC. “As Ram Commercial continues to gain share and grow sales in the market, we will be aggressive in our goal of expanding our commercial vehicle offerings.”

“Our successful relationship with Fiat Professional, one of the world’s foremost commercial truck manufacturers, gives Ram a competitive advantage with access to proven products and technology that will resonate with our U.S. and Canadian customers,” added Bigland.

Based on the successful Fiat Doblo, a two-time International Van of the Year winner with more than 1.3 million units sold, the Ram ProMaster City will encompass familiar Ram Truck styling cues and offer features and powertrains preferred by North American commercial customers.




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