Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by Dave Z, Dec 22, 2017.
Good to see you back Mr S. I missed your recent return, but glad you're back.
Oh boy, more trucks/SUVs. Meanwhile, actual cars are in plans subject to change or not for the US or Canada
The Ford Fusion Mid-Life Refresh Has Been Canceled (at http://www.thedrive.com/sheetmetal/17344/the-ford-fusion-mid-life-refresh-has-been-canceled )
Looks like Ford isn't going to refresh the Fusion... hmmmm. 200 plan is looking better and better.
So a car which came out around 2013 with LCI in 2020? So it will be in production at least through 2025 if not more. Or I'm getting it all wrong. Maybe the all new Fusion was planned for 2020?
That was a comment....
Not officially. if you read any of post on this subject over the last 2 years one may be able to assume something.... but official I am not commenting on the fate of the Mondeo/Fusion
Is this the Chinese version and we will be getting the chrysler version or is this the wagoneer?
For the 100th time, that is K8 or Grand Commander. Grand Wagoneer (WS) will be much bigger, body on frame and will on the Ram 1500 platform.
That's what i thought. Everyone of facebook has been sharing it as the wagoneer
So the Grandma's of the world got it confused? How about Twitter.... what to the internet Flamethrowers think it is???
The midcycle refreshes they are talking about is similar to what Ford did to the Ford Taurus, same platform... different interior and exterior. Like what FCA US did to Charger and 300 in 2011.
The current style already went through its quick refresh...
It's like the 2009 Ford Taurus vs the 2010 Ford Taurus...
Both have the D3 platform.
This, in a nutshell is why I don't do Facebook anymore. People with false information that won't take time to educate themselves.
Facebook definitely gets a bit ridiculous. A guy on one of the Ram pages I'm on was showing the Rampage concept saying it was the 2019 Ram and everyone was losing their minds.
Don't agree at all with you.
Would it be possible for FCA to do this again for the new Charger/300 pair?
No. Giorgio architecture based cars will replace the L-Series cars...
I thought there was going to be a mild restyling, similar to the one done to the Cherokee, to the Charger/300. My mistake.