Chrysler AB platform
|Chrysler AB platform|
|Years of manufacture||1970 to 2003|
|Length||176 to 231 inches|
|Power/Fuel||CNG or Gasoline|
The Chrysler AB platform was a commercial vehicle platform for cargo or passenger van, minibus, and chassis applications. The AB platform was built in Windsor, Ontario and primarily sold in the United States and Canada.
Through most of its production run, the AB platform was marketed by the Dodge division under the B-series and Ram Van nameplates. Variants of the AB platform were also marketed by the Fargo and Plymouth divisions as the Van and Voyager, respectively. Produced largely unchanged from 1970 to 2003, the AB platform was replaced by a Dodge-branded version of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter at the end of its production run as a result of the DaimlerChrysler merger.