Part One: Setting the Stage
In mid November 2015 I was faced with a situation.
I had the opportunity to attend a science education workshop at the… 3,754 more words
The Windsor, Ontario plant that builds all Chrysler and Dodge minivans is currently down for a thorough refitting, which will clear out ancient equipment and presumably use all available space when the minivan line is complete: standard, plug-in hybrid, and crossover (some believe a large car will also be added, as the Volkswagen Touareg shared with the Volkswagen Phaeton). 219 more words
This past January, Chevrolet has sold over 585 units of the recently introduced City Express cargo van to business fleets. Customers seeking a more agile and economical option for their business vehicle are falling in love with this smaller van, aiding in the ease for small business operations. 361 more words
A new breed of vehicle is appearing on American roads, and, well, it’s surprisingly straightforward: it’s a minivan that’s an actual mini van. Not the Honda Odyssey or the Toyota Sienna or any of those other bloated family-haulers that may technically be “vans” but are hardly mini, but rather old-fashioned boxes on wheels—low on amenities, high on utility. 995 more words
The 2015 Hyundai H350 large van has been uncovered at the IAA Commercial Vehicles show in Hanover, Germany.
The new Hyundai van, which will rival the likes of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Renault Master and Ford Transit, among others, will sit above the iLoad and iMax models in some markets, with a focus on Europe in particular, but it looks unlikely to be sold here in the short term. 243 more words