Ram Announces Pricing and Fuel Economy for its 2015 ProMaster City Lineup
Some people actually use vans for work. Plumbers, cable installers, audio/video specialists — they all need something to transport their supplies. Ram Trucks recently announced the minimum amount they’ll need to pay for the ProMaster City: $24,125*.
Chrysler sure hopes so, even though the Dart isn’t in the movie. Still, they’ve been pushing a big ad campaign to help associate the new FWD economobile with the big bad RWD muscle cars of the past. Dodge sold 8,099 Darts last month, their best month yet. But they need to do a lot better […] More »
The Detroit News reports that Fiat is looking to raise $10 billion in order to acquire the remaining 41.5 percent of Chrysler, currently held by the retiree trust of the United Auto Workers. Fiat is in discussions with Bank of America Corp., Deutsche Bank AG, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and BNP Paribas SA. “The merger […] More »
As mentioned on Autoblog, domestics dominated this year’s Total Quality awards by Strategic Vision. This was the first time that this has happened in over a decade. And Dodge was tops in two categories: the Dart was named Best Small Car and the Durango was named Best Midsize Traditional Utility. The Dart’s win was especially […] More »
While Dodge and Ram don’t have any involvement in the 2012 Geneva Motor Show that opened yesterday in Switzerland, the Chrysler Ram Truck brand made an announcement of its own here in the US – introducing two new cab options for the popular Ram 1500 Tradesman. The Ram Tradesman was originally introduced strictly with a […] More »