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.

Organizations can learn more about our vehicle selection and acquisition process. Those interested in adding new Mid-Size Pickup to their fleet when it’s time for replacement may contact an Client Strategy Manager for more information.

Source: www.autonews.com


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