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Chrysler Group LLC Launches New Commercial Vehicle Website and Contest for Small Businesses

Chrysler Group LLC Launches New Commercial Vehicle Website and Contest for Small Businesses

  • New Chrysler Commercial Vehicles website debuts for small businesses
  • Contest begins today; two grand prize winners get a Chrysler Group vehicle
  • New commercial blog debuts with small business content
  • New ‘Chrysler For Work’ social media platforms launch on YouTube and Twitter
  • Chrysler Group small business sales up 36 percent this year through April

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Today we bring you another edition of the Brandl Media Minute. Follow along with yours truly as I break down some of the awesome features of Ram‘s new offering in this week’s Brandl Media Minute. Today we’re working with a 2011 Ram C/V Cargo Van. That’s right, a minivan from Ram! This bad boy was known as the Dodge Grand Caravan C/V in a previous life, but with the split of Dodge and Ram, Ram apparently got the Cargo Van in the divorce.

New for 2011 is best in class towing, cargo payload, fuel range and more! One of the great new features is the easy load flat floor which has been upgraded over previous models. Check out one of our previous posts on the Ram C/V for more info.

Stay tuned because we will be doing more Brandl Media Minute Videos explaining more of the great things these vehicles can do! If you have any questions about how to operate your Keyless Enter and Go Passive Entry system, as well as your Uconnect or Media Center radio, or have suggestions on other topics we should cover, send me an email at LT@BrandlMotors.com

As always, click on any of the images in the post to see more photos of Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Vehicles. Thanks again for checking out Chrysler Catchall!

FIAT Doblo with Ram Trim

FIAT Doblo with Ram Trucks Trim

You knew it had to happen eventually. It was inevitable. And now here it is. The first Fiat to go Chrysler. As of right now it looks like the FIAT Doblo will be coming to US soil wearing the Ram Truck‘s trim. The above picture is not an actual photo of the new van, just what my imagination leads me to believe it may look like, with the headlights possibly being shaped more similar to a Ram 1500‘s. (This is my first attempt at photoshopping a concept vehicle, so go easy on me.)

But then again, that’s just a guess, and your guess is as good as mine! No actual photos have been released yet, but when they are, we’ll bring them your way! Here’s what Chrysler Group LLC had to say about the Fiat Doblo coming to Ram Trucks:

September 9, 2011 , Auburn Hills, Mich.; Istanbul, Turkey; Turin, Italy – A Letter of Intent has been signed between Fiat Group Automobiles SpA (FGA) and its Turkish joint-venture partner TOFAS for the supply of the Fiat Doblò vehicle to Chrysler Group where it will be sold in the U.S. and Canadian markets under the Ram brand.

Exports of the Doblò, recently voted “International Van of the Year 2011,” will commence in early 2013. The seven-year supply agreement calls for TOFAS to export a total of 190,000 units of the successful Doblò vehicle from its Bursa facility – Turkey’s largest automobile production plant.

TOFAS will invest over $160 million (USD) for the necessary U.S. and Canadian homologation and customer requirement modifications.

Listed on the Istanbul Stock Exchange and established 43 years ago in 1968, TOFAS is a joint-venture between Fiat Group Automobiles SpA and the Koc Group.

As always, click on any of the images in the post to see more photos of Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Vehicles. Thanks again for checking out Chrysler Catchall!

 

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