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post #11 of 22 Old 05-29-2014, 05:19 PM Thread Starter
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I just don't think that the Promaster is a very good looking vehicle. Both the City Express and the Transit are both better looking vehicles in my opinion. Now looks aren't the most important with vehicles like this, but I do think that it counts for a bit.
well big promaster is not a rival for either City Express or TC, and no one has seen the final promaster city yet....
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I suppose the Promaster CIty could end up looking a bit better but I think that the design is brought down even by its front grille and face. The City Express looks much nicer at the front and less industrial.



The City Express still looks like a car from the front.





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this is the doblo the PM city is based on... just expect a grill swap.



prettier than the promaster, which will be getting a facelift soon BTW. This is the new Ducato

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A body color bumper would also be great to have I have to add.



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Ok so the PM City is officially official today





2.4L Tigershark makes 178 hp and 174 ft-lbs of torque. Makes use of the 9 speed as well...

Starts at $24,000, $3K more than NV200, $2,500 more than Transit Connect and $1000 over the City Express.

Its big advantage over the NV and City Express is its availability as a passenger van...
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i think it looks good, i was concerned that they would keep it as ugly as the regular full size promaster, thankfully thats not the case.



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That's a passenger version of the Ram, so does that mean they will be selling both a passenger and cargo version or is that passenger version available elsewhere?
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they will have both a commerical and passenger version available just like the TC and TC wagon. In fact the chevy is the only one without a passenger version...
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looks like it's time for them to come out with a passenger version



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I am going to view them more...
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