I don't think so. Nobody refers to tax, license and doc fees as "on-roads" here in the USA.It appears that the Marco Polo is coming to the USA !
I think the "heavy weight" content aggregator got took.That's what I thought at first, but the actual news came from a heavy weight in the RV industry in the USA and Canada. This is just a article link from RV news.
gottlieb, IMHO I think, that its a hacker that gets paid for advertisement, when I click on the link I get clever advertisement from dealers to buy a car, renogy to buy solar panels I would think, cookies that i have in my computer generate the links in the writeup. Than the one who post it, may have income from clicks onto the ads. As i am writing, just IMHO :-( I have no other idea why I would get ads also. If not for someone other income for clicks.I think the "heavy weight" content aggregator got took.
The BenzInsider article is a contribution from a guest blogger in the Philippines with sentences that look like warmed-over versions of ones that appeared in the Australian press under career journalist Joshua Dowling's byline.
I don't see any reference in the BenzInsider article to the USA or Canadian market. Or any market for that matter. Even if the Marco Polo does go on sale here someday, that's not what the article is asserting.
We, like the thedannas (see their 06-22-2018, 12:16 PM post), bit the bullet and spent about $70K to purchase a Metris cargo van and have it converted by TouRig in Golden CO to be like a VW Eurovan Weekender. We owned a '93 & '01 Eurovan Weekender for about 10 years and now love our Metis' reliability, handling and up-to-date vehicle features. We definitely feel it is worth the expense, as we are getting some great use out of it.