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Discussion in 'Mopar News and Rumors' started by Dave Z, Feb 5, 2017.
Thanks. I will add these right away.
Fiat 500X book
In model-year 2002, the Chrysler LHS was renamed to Chrysler Concorde, and the existing Concorde was eliminated. We have a review of this vehicle (the Concorde-named LHS), as well as the 1999 and 2001 300M and the 2002 Chrysler 300M Special.
In 2002, the LHS name was dropped and the model became known as the Concorde Limited. Only this model carried over some formerly exclusive LHS/300 features, such as the dashboard and seats. Lesser Concorde models (LXi, LX) continued until the end of the series in 2004.
I want a signed Sergio Marchionne glamour shot.
I'll send you a Fiat 500X book
Thanks, Lee - fixed (and updated the page language elsewhre)
No need to send me anything. You can give me a month of forums higher level or something if you want
I know this is over, but I wanted to point out something: "The more fuel-efficient, but less powerful, 3.2 liter V6 is used in the Jeep Compass."
Found on the home page of Pentastars - advanced V6 engines from Chrysler (and Mercedes) (at http://www.pentastars.com )
There is about one year I should have let someone else do this.
In the page about Eagle brand history, there is this:
"The Eagle Medallion, made in France, had to be sold because of the contract with Renault; sales were so low it ended up being sold as the Dodge Monaco as well."
But, it was the Premier built in Canada that got sold as a Monaco, not the Medallion, that was only sold for 2 model years 1988-89.
I just caught that as well. Medallion sedan and wagon wasnt ever badged as Dodge. Yes medallions only 88-89. Premiers badged as Dodge Monacos were sold 1990-92. (The last years to try and sell more )
Dave, wanted clarification as to exactly what the 5XL polo is. If it is something wearable, like clothing, would be way too large for me. If that's the case, the Fiat 500X book would work for me.
Some guys on another site were just complaining about Allpar being "rife with errors"
I assured them all would be good soon as the blunders were getting weeded out.
Good job guys!!
I hear that fairly often yet people shut up when you ask them for an example.
AvengerGuy, email or PM me with an address. I have the 500X book. Yes, the polo is a 5XL.
It should then be useful as a 500 car-cover.