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Fiat Chrysler in talks to forge extensive ties with Renault

Discussion in 'Mopar News' started by HEMI345, May 25, 2019.

  1. IronMike3406

    IronMike3406 Well-Known Member

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    Last time a checked the more money you have the more you can spend on R&D which in turns makes a car or truck better and with that you can make the company better....Takes time it's not gonna happen overnight.....
     
  2. Tony K

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    Perhaps I misunderstood, as everything you just said rings true, for the most part. Going back and rereading your post, it was probably my knee-jerk reaction to so many claims that Dodge, or moreso Chrysler are dead brands walking. Not to mention I've been sick since Tue. Literally was 104.5 F temp.
     
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  3. Mr.Source

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    Thank God no del with Renault
     
  4. Tony K

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    Looking at it now, I can't agree more, at least as far as the baggage that came with it, and Tavares is the guy you want, especially if you're a MOPAR fan.
     
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    Ouch. That's funky, to be sure.

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    I forgot to post the link to the translated version, sorry for this inconvenience. Google Translate (at https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=fr&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.leblogauto.com%2F2019%2F11%2Fmitsubishi-partenaire-alliance-difficultes-finance.html )
     
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    Mitsubishi has always seem happy playing a subservient role: first to Chrysler, then to its keiretsu cohorts at Mitsubishi-Tokyo Bank, now to Nissan.

    The decision to relocate MMNA from California into Nissan’s N.A. HQ in Nashville was likely Nissan’s, not Mitsubishi’s. And the resulting shedding of 2/3 of MMNA’s staff will likely be slowly re-filled with Nissan staffers.

    Mitsubishi still holds relative strength in its home market of Japan, throughout Australasia and Russia. But at this rate, Mitsubishi will become little else than an in-house brand of Nissan’s. In ten years from now, Nissan will have little use for Mitsubishi, particularly in the Americas.
     
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