From where I'm sitting, this is a car that's difficult to replace. They're relatively compact but suitable for 6 passengers in a pinch (with the right seat options), they're cheap to buy, reliable to live with, don't ask for much...but when they do, they're cheap and easy to repair. They have handsome but unpretentious sheet metal and a broad array of engine options from the humble (though butt-kicking in their own way) /6 motors to some of the most lion-hearted V8 engines ever made. The suspensions, while nothing exotic, just work. They can be set up for comfort or drag racing with great results, transformed for handling with a bit of work and aftermarket support. They're just damned versatile and totally lovable...all while being totally humble and honest. If you were the target working class/middle-class car buyer who would have snatched up an A-Body of any variant during the 60s or 70s...what on earth would you be shopping for in today's market? The FCA Dart just doesn't seem to fit due to the narrow range of options and general lack of honest simplicity...but I'm happy to hear opinions to the contrary on that.