2nd-gen Fiat Fiorino, which was made only in Brazil and China. This one was made in Brazil and fitted with the export-only 60hp 1.7L naturally-aspirated IDI Diesel and a 5-speed manual transmission, with a rear bench seat adapted.
CitroŽn Visa 17RD with another 1.7L IDI Diesel. It has one of the best engines to run on vegetable oils.
Chang'An Mini Benni, with a 1.0L 4-cyl engine
3rd-gen Daihatsu Charade, presumably fitted with the CL Diesel engine since it has Uruguayan plates.
Its size is comparable to an average American soccer-mom van, but it's a little narrower and fitted only with 4-cyl engines usually ranging from 1.6L to 2.0L and usually fitted with a 5-speed manual transmission, altough an AMT is available in some markets.
Now I could guess some would be wanting Peugeot to come back to the U.S. market...