The "real" reason FCA dropped the sedans? They saw easier money in other segments. So they killed Dart to move Cherokee (one example) to Belvidere. And did you notice the incentives they were loading on the 2018 Cherokee? And that the 2019 Cherokee is already getting up there as well, $3500-4000 on a just refreshed model? This is where my argument about not learning the lessons from the sedans comes from. Sure, now Cherokee probably has enough margin that they can offer $4k of incentives and make money. But the CUV market becomes more appliance oriented and crowded every day. At what point (probably still a good way into the future) does Cherokee have to give way to a more profitable vehicle? They want to sell premium, high margin vehicles? Then they need to examine what people buying those types of vehicles expect. Or they just keep moving the metal with discounts.