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Stellantis the multinational is playing this like a song. They will indicate closure to prompt the state to give massive incentives to keep the plant open. This was predicted by many months ago. Meanwhile , the American taxpayer is on the hook again.
My dad and a friend still have a couple 02 they bought new. This gen was a massive step back in rust proofing from the first gen., especially after the krauts cheaped
them up. But awesome trucks nonetheless. Perfect size for most jobs. Nearly bulletproof.
Remember insurance rates are all based on statistical data, not headlines. When I bought my youngest son his Challenger, I was amazed to find the rates on a Challenger are cheaper than rates on a Charger. Go figure.
But you of all people on this forum have made the case in the past that it is hard to justify the expenditures on the Chrysler brand. Bill is just saying it’s not his cup of tea. I tend to agree. Chrysler is long since dead. Yes kill it. Spend the money to hopefully for goodness sake keep Dodge...
A niche ? Offering something every other automaker on the planet has already committed all future development to would not be considered a niche. This will be a 10 year experiment in failure. Brand is dead. Let it die.
You’re hilarious. Quoting the blowhard Brock Yates to accuse another of being a blowhard. I’ve read his book. I’ve also read probably a dozen others that point things out in a different light . You didn’t like Lee. You don’t like chrome , or vinyls on roofs, or wire wheels. These are all...
But he was smart enough to buy our precious Jeep jewel. Lee was no saint, but hells bells, he saved the company before hero SM got his turn at it. Say what you want, it’s a fact. Company would not have been around to hand over to bone head Eaton if Iacocca hadn’t been a shrewd business man.
Good stuff, but really no news here. What we are witnessing is the execs at Dodge making one last ditch effort to keep interest in a small, one dimensional, ancient product line up by playing to the target market for these two models just as hard as they can. They have managed to do it for a few...
Wow, sort of puts this current shambles into perspective. The Chrysler Corporation, minuscule in size compared to this international whatever we have now, yet a FULL portfolio of vehicles, all fresh designs, cutting edge, brought to market on time, on budget. Sigh………….