Mid-Size Ram Confirmed for North American Market

Be on the lookout for another option in mid-size pickup trucks with the planned introduction of a “Baby Ram” for 2021 model year.  The vehicle is planned to be body-on-frame in architecture, which should afford durability and off-road capability.

Production is likely to out of Fiat-Chrysler’s Jeep Toledo Assembly Complex in Michigan.

The mid-sized truck will join new entry Ford Ranger, which re-debuted this year, and already successful models – Toyota Tacoma, Nissan Frontier, Chevy/GMC Colorado/Canyon, and Honda Ridgeline.

Enterprise Fleet Management works directly with organizations to
find the right vehicles that match their needs. With our deep manufacturer relationships, organizations get access to factory-direct vehicle ordering—including the best-available incentives—on fleet cars, trucks, vans and even subcompact crossovers.

Companies can learn more about our vehicle selection and acquisition process. Those interested in adding subcompact crossovers to their fleet when it’s time for replacement may contact a Client Strategy Manager for more information.

Source: www.autonews.com

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