Allpar Forums banner

merger

  1. Auto News & Rumors
    Auto News reports this morning that Japanese officials tried Nissan to merge with Honda as recently as late 2019. The two automakers couldn’t be more different. For instance, Honda employs only 15 people in market research in the US; Nissan employs 45. Yet Honda has a 10% market share vs...
  2. Mopar / FCA News
    Joe Cappy was head of American Motors in 1986-87, when Chrysler bought it out. Now 85, he shares his perspective on Auto News. This paragraph caught my attention: A merger of equals will be a failure. The Daimler-Chrysler experience was a failure. Renault-American Motors was a failure...
  3. Mopar / FCA News
    Forget Fiat Chrysler; a new alliance of Renault, Fiat Chrysler, Nissan, and Mitsubishi may be coming, creating the world’s third largest automaker with 8.7 million vehicles sold each year, ranging from mainstream to luxury. Former Renault chief Carlos Ghosn had tied Nissan, Renault, and...
  4. Auto News & Rumors
    Nissan was supposedly unhappy with the unequal nature of the alliance with Renault. Renault “offers“ a merger with equal partnership, but Nissan remains uninterested. I believe at this point Nissan wants completely out. It’s come to realize that it is better off with Mitsubishi and without...
  5. Mopar / FCA News
    With another Chinese automaker saying they were not making offers on FCA yesterday, rumors of a big acquisition seem to be dying down. That doesn’t mean there’s no deal, though. There are still other major players in China, and other ways to work with the Italian-American-Brazilian company...
  6. Mopar / FCA News
    Dongfeng Motor Group and Geely Automotive holdings are two Chinese automakers not buying any or all of FCA in the near future, according to Reuters reports. The news syndicate sent inquiries to leading Chinese automakers after Automotive News reported that a Chinese firm would be buying some or...
  7. Mopar / FCA News
    FCA stock (FCAU) has shot up on rumors that the company would be taken over by a Chinese business, gaining over a dollar per share overnight (from $11.61 to $12.62). Chinese companies have amassed billions of dollars as global manufacturing has moved to the country, which has the advantages of...
  8. Mopar / FCA News
    Opinion. The GM Authority has primed the rumor mill by speculating on how General Motors and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles might merge, based GM's exit as a major player in Europe and Sergio Marchionne’s quick “Yes” when asked whether he would consider spinning off Jeep or Ram at the New York Auto...
  9. Mopar / FCA News
    Sergio Marchionne told stockholders that Fiat Chrysler will focus on its long term plans and not search for a merger, according to  Reuters correspondent Stefano Rebaudo. Mr. Marchionne was addressing Friday's stockholder meeting in the Netherlands. Marchionne’s quest for a partner/buyer...
  10. Mopar / FCA News
    Automotive News has reported that FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne has put a merger with Volkswagen AG on the back burner, if he hasn't taken it off the stove completely. On Wednesday, Marchionne said he has “no interest” in talking to Matthias Mueller, his counterpart at Volkswagen, about a merger or...
  11. Mopar / FCA News
    On Tuesday, at the Geneva Auto Show, FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne noted that Volkswagen Group might be knocking at his door, looking to merge in the face of a more competitive PSA (Peugeot/Opel). This morning, VW CEO Matthias Mueller said there is no interest in talks with Fiat Chrysler...
  12. Rumors and General Chrysler Discussion
    Would it be technically feasible to hand build Chrysler 200s at Conner Avenue?
Top