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2020 Chrysler 300 delayed or cancelled?

Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by GaryS, Dec 25, 2019.

  1. voiceofstl

    voiceofstl Well-Known Member

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    The next large chrysler sedan should be FWD and to be large it will proberly be on the pacifica platform.It will have a tall seating position like a eraly 50's plymouth with big windows..think of a oversize Dynasty.
     
  2. tomaz

    tomaz Well-Known Member

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    with Available Electric AWD And Call it the New Yorker or Chrono's...
     
  3. valiant67

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    A perfect example, no dog whistle (whatever you’re implying by that) required of a pet project came to light after the after the I35 bridge collapse in Minnesota back in 2007. Before it was discovered that a design flaw was the cause, many outspoken people blamed the collapse in a lack of proper federal funding for roads.soon it came to light that Minnesota had used a large chunk of federal transportation funds to build a transportation museum rather than repairing roads.
     
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    codypet Well-Known Member

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    @valiant67 I always wondered how if they didn't have the funds how they managed to ABC the new bridge in under 12 months. Especially one with such a unique design as the replacement bridge ended up being.
     
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    Things may vary state to state, here in MIchigan the fuel tax goes where ever the Government wants it. Not just to road repairs. This gives an excuse to raise the fuel tax because of bad roads. Blow that Whistle.
     
  6. Bearhawke

    Bearhawke Things happen for a reason

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    Being that FWD seems to be on its way out on anything above an Accord/Camry in size, maybe not.
     
  7. 68RT

    68RT Well-Known Member

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    I would not blame funding for the design flaw. The flaw was not a major cost factor in construction. Rather, a rather large, very stupid mistake.
     
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    Did they borrowed a page from Quebec, because we got the highest fuel taxes and our roads are much worst shape than Ontario?
     
  9. XRT2SRT

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    Looking at the FCA (CHRYSLER) AIRFLOW VISION CONCEPT for the first time, I immediately detected some hidden large sedan cues in it's profile (the ground hugging wheel appearance and roof to C-pillar). We could very well be looking at the next 300 sedan in not so plain view.
     
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