Boo. Too confusing using the same name. Same goes for Ford, calling everything a Transit.Link:
A rebadged Fiat Doblo. For a town runabout, not bad.
Cherokee, Grand Cherokee...To me naming two completely different vehicles with the same name only shows lack of creativity. Whether Transit or ProMaster. To me it comes across as if they didn't want to make the effort to find a unique name for two different designs.
Not to me. A ProMaster cargo van has almost nothing in common with a "City". That's more like a tall wagon or minivan than a PM type of vehicle. Same goes for Ford Transit and Connect.Cherokee, Grand Cherokee...
RAM 1500, 2500, 3500...
Promaster City, 1500, 2500, 3500
makes perfect sense.
My sentiments exactly. Europe gets Sprinters, Transits, and Ducatos with 4WD, and here in the US, that would come very much in handy, as unlike car maker assumptions, roads here are not exactly glass smooth and perfectly maintained, so 4WD/AWD can be mandatory.Why do they think Americans are so simple?
I personally think that they think it's not so much simpler but instead ignorant, as in we don't know better. They seem to think that they can move any vehicle given enough marketing.Why do they think Americans are so simple?