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The Ram Cargo Van Offers Businesses a Winning Package

2013 Ram Cargo VanThe new Ram Cargo Van—also known as the Ram C/V—provides small and large businesses in Canada with a full array of incredibly competitive features with best-in-class capabilities, power, and efficiency. Come check out the new Ram Cargo Van at Crestview Chrysler in Regina and discover what it can offer to your business!

Among the areas in which this exceptional model leads its class are cargo space, payload, towing capability, horsepower, torque, and efficiency. So, when employees and precious cargo are going around town or on longer trips, you can rest assured that they’re equipped with the best vehicle package on the market. Add an affordable MSRP from $29,995, and the Ram C/V becomes the clear choice in the segment.

Interior Space and Convenience

The Ram C/V combines the functional benefits of a full-size cargo van with the efficiency and convenience of a minivan. Offering the most interior space in its segment, the Ram C/V includes 4,078 litres of cargo storage. In addition to its spacious interior for maximum cargo storage, the C/V comes standard with:

  • Air conditioning
  • Dual-zone temperature control
  • 120-volt auxiliary power outlet
  • 12-volt front and rear DC power outlets
  • MP3 player
  • Side/curtain airbags
  • Available Options: Bluetooth, DVD player, and navigation system.

Class Leading Performance

The Ram C/V is equipped with a sophisticated 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine with Variable Valve Timing for maximum output and efficiency. This high performance engine puts out a commanding 283 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque, more than enough power to comfortably pull those big loads. The 76 litre tank and best-in-class 7.9 L/100 km on the highway guarantee that you’ll save even more money and that the van will make less stops as it delivers cargo where it needs to go.

This model is engineered to handle heavy loads—with a Gross Combined Weight Rating (GCWR) of 3,969 kg—and is equipped with a number of features to ensure the safety of the folks you put behind the wheel and in the passenger seat. Electronic Stability Control (ESC), tire-pressure monitoring, and four-wheel antilock disc brakes offer business owners and employees peace of mind every time the van takes the road.

Check Out the Ram Cargo Van Today

Stop by Crestview Chrysler at 601 Albert Street in Regina and see what the Ram C/V can do for your business. Whether you’re interested in just one vehicle or an entire fleet, our sales staff will set you up with a test drive and a great deal. We hope to show you this model and all that it has to offer soon!

The World’s First Minivan

Gold Chrysler minivanToday, minivans are commonplace on American roads. Their combination of space and utility makes them a popular choice of drivers with large families. Many vehicle manufacturing companies offer their own version of the minivan, but it was Chrysler who pioneered the minivan as it is known today.

Chrysler introduced its first minivan in 1984. It chose to offer the vehicle under its Plymouth brand and was called the Plymouth Voyager. The Plymouth Grand Voyager was added later in 1987 and featured a longer wheelbase. The Voyager utilized Chrysler’s S platform, based on the K platform that was featured on the Plymouth Reliant and Dodge Aries, and shared many other components with the K based cars, including the Reliant’s instrument cluster and dashboard controls.

The Voyager offered drivers a car-like feel that set it apart from traditional full sized vans with its front wheel drive layout and low floor. The new model was a hit and appeared on Car and Driver magazine’s ten best list the following year.

Plenty of Seating

The original Voyager was in three trim options, the base model, SE, and LE. It could also be equipped with a choice of five, six, seven, and eight passenger seating configurations. Five passenger seating was standard and consisted of two front bucket seats and a three passenger bench in the second row.

Buyers could opt to replace the front seats with a 40/60 split bench on the base and SE models to seat six. Seven passengers seating was available on the SE and LE model which added a three person third row bench seat. Rear bench seats could be removed to increase cargo capacity, adding to the vehicle’s versatility.

Powertrain Options

The Voyager was available with two engine options when it was introduced. Buyers had a choice of the base 2.2L inline four-cylinder engine or a higher performance 2.6L inline four-cylinder that produced 104 hp. Both engine options were replaced the following model year with more powerful selections, an indication of the automaker’s desire to keep offering the best to their drivers. Transmission options included a five speed manual and a three speed TorqueFlite automatic.

The Plymouth Voyager model was discontinued in the year 2000, when Chrysler decided to close down the Plymouth division. The Voyager was transferred to the Chrysler brand and was eventually renamed the Chrysler Town and Country, which is currently available at Crestview Chrysler.

 

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