The recently revamped Ram 2500 Big Horn Crew Cab 4×2 is one of four Chrysler Group vehicles recognized as “Best Fleet Value in Canada” by data processing company, Vincentric. The Michigan-based data company provides data, knowledge, and insight to the automotive industry by identifying and applying the many aspects of automotive value. Vincentric data is used by organizations such as AAA, JD Power, Stellantis, and other OEMs as a means of providing automotive insight to their clientele.
The Ram 2500 Big Horn Crew Cab 4×2, 2021 Dodge Durango SXT AWD, Ram ProMaster 1500, and Ram ProMaster 2500 all took top honors in their respective segments.
Leading the 3/4-Ton Pickup segment was the 2021 Ram 2500 Big Horn Crew Cab 4×2, marking the third time that the Ram 2500 has won the award. The Ram 2500 also sets benchmarks in comfort, luxury materials, innovation, and technology in its segment, extending well past any competitive offerings. Class-leading ride and handling are accomplished via a class-exclusive link-coil rear suspension system with available rear air suspension.
The 2021 Dodge Durango SXT AWD led the segment for Large SUV/Crossovers. It marks the fourth time that the Durango SXT has won the award. The Durango SXT AWD raises the bar for 2021 with an aggressive front-end styling and a new interior with a Challenger-inspired cockpit.
The 2021 Ram ProMaster took not just one award, but two for its 1500 and 2500 offerings. Ram ProMaster 1500 with the 118-inch wheelbase and standard roof took the Full-Size 1/2-Ton Cargo Van segment title, with the Ram ProMaster 2500 (in the same configuration) taking the Full-size 3/4-Ton Cargo Van segment. The wins mark the fourth time (third consecutive win) for the Ram ProMaster 1500 and the second consecutive year win for the ProMaster 2500.
“All of Stellantis’ award winners were repeat winners in their segments for this year,” said David Wurster, President, Vincentric. “The Dodge and Ram brands demonstrated the value they bring to the Canadian fleet market by winning multiple segments, and also by earning best-in-class claims like the Lowest Depreciation Costs in its Class for the ProMaster 1500 and 2500, and the Best Fuel Economy in its Class for the ProMaster 1500 and Durango.”
Now in its 10th year, the annual Vincentric Best Fleet Value in Canada Awards recognize the specific vehicle and trim with the lowest total cost of ownership in the greatest number of 24 different lifecycle cost scenarios.