I disagree. There is future product planned for Belvidere that needs that capacity and in the meantime they hope to be pumping out a ton of refreshed Cherokees to meet demand. They, you, I could be wrong about Cherokee demand, but would it really make sense to trade Cherokee production for small numbers of Dart and 200 that wouldn't be advertised or even stocked by most dealers without big incentives? The argument that the sedans are needed to attract people to the showroom is a red herring as there is still stock available and the advertising would be no different than now as stated above. I wish they had been successful enough to keep too, but they just weren't.