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Compact and Full-Size Vans for 2018

The Ford Transit Connect is available for 2018 as either a small cargo van or passenger wagon. (Photo: Ford Motor Co.)

From compact vans to their full-size counterparts, five manufacturers are offering a versatile lineup of cargo and passenger vans for fleets in 2018. Read the full story here. Photos courtesy of Ford, GM, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, and FCA.

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Tags: Cargo Vans, Full-Size Vans, Compact Vans, Passenger Vans, 2018-MY

2018 Work Truck Show: Products to Look For

FuelSense 2.0 provides an infinitely variable combination of shift points. Rather than relying on your duty-cycle helping your fixed points on a shift table, FuelSense 2.0 uses a learning algorithm to continuously find the ideal balance of fuel economy and performance so vehicles operate more efficiently. (Photo courtesy of Allison Transmission)

More than 500,000 square feet of exhibit space can be daunting to even the seasoned Work Truck Show attendee. Here are a few companies you will not want to miss when you check out the show in March. Photos provided by each company.

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Tags: Cummins, Work Truck Show, Allison Transmission, Truck Products, Webasto, Verizon, Thunder Creek, SuperSprings, Sage Oil Vac, SpitzLift, National Fleet Products, LINE-X, Kinedyne

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Innovation Labs

The event set up six labs including Sprinter Versatility, eSprinter, Sprinter Digitalization and Intelligence, Crafts and Services, People Moving, and CEP and eGrocery.

The 2018 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter will launch in early 2018 as a more connected and versatile cargo van. The company gave automotive journalists a few early details at a Dec. 4 event in Stuttgart, Germany, called Sprinter Innovation Campus. Read the full story herePhotos by Paul Clinton and courtesy of Mercedes-Benz.

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Tags: Cargo Vans, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Full-Size Vans, Mobility, Connected Car

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