Cargo Vans

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May 14, 2013

GM to Buy Small Cargo Vans from Nissan for U.S., Canada Markets

General Motors and Nissan announced today that they have signed an agreement for Nissan to produce a small cargo van that GM will sell in the United States and Canada. It will be called the City Express and be sold by Chevrolet dealers.

May 14, 2013

2014 Sprinter Van Gets Fresh Styling, Powertrain, Safety Features

Mercedes-Benz executives picked Düsseldorf, Germany, the source of the Sprinter van, to present their extensively revised 2014 model for North America. It gets fresh styling, a new diesel and automatic transmission, and more accident-avoidance features.

May 14, 2013

Driving impressions: Electronic Assist Systems Help New Sprinter’s Handling

The day after its introduction in Dusseldorf, in northern Germany, we reporters had a chance to drive Mercedes-Benz’s new Sprinter van for a few hours on various surfaces, from a test track to a dirt road and on a nearby Autobahn.

March 6, 2013

ProMaster Prices Start at $26,030, Ram Says

Pricing on the upcoming ProMaster vans from Chrysler's Ram Truck division will start at $26,030, the company announced today at the Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.

March 5, 2013

Ford Expects Transit Vans to Help Keep Lead as Sales Continue Climbing

Ford Commercial Truck believes its upcoming Transit full-size vans will help it keep its high market shares as sales continue their upward motion with the recovering economy.

February 13, 2013

Nissan Shows 2013 NV200 Cargo Van in Chicago, Reveals Fuel Economy and MSRP

Nissan says its all-new 2013 NV200 Cargo Van is designed for business owners and fleet operators that want a smaller work van. It goes on sale in April.

February 10, 2013

Nissan Shows 2013 NV200 Cargo Van in Chicago, Reveals Fuel Economy and MSRP

Nissan says its all-new 2013 NV200 Cargo Van is designed for business owners and fleet operators that want a smaller work van. It goes on sale in April.

October 29, 2012

Cargo Vans Update: Business thriving, though some casualties

Like most commercial truck sectors, sales of full-size cargo vans and walk-in vans are thriving and even booming - but there are casualties. The electric truck business, while still viable, is taking a hit, with two suppliers in financial straits

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