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  1. Mopar / FCA News
    Remember the Dodge Magnum? Back when it was first starting to become clear that American buyers wanted more crossovers, DaimlerChrysler tried to lead the market by producing two wagons as sedan replacements. Neither sold particularly well; the Dodge Caliber was a disaster, but the Dodge Magnum...
  2. Mopar / FCA News
    With news that the Chrysler 300 is not long for this world , there has been a lot of discussion on the brand’s future. Missing from some of that talk has been former CEO Sergio Marchionne’s tendency to make rapid, perhaps even rash, decisions to respond to the market — and that one of those was...
  3. Mopar / FCA News
    When questioned about the future of the Dodge Grand Caravan at the Windsor Assembly Plant at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne had an interesting answer: The replacement of the Caravan will be a Caravan-like vehicle. I need...
  4. Mopar / FCA News
    The Dodge Grand Caravan is still in production, riding with the same body it’s had with 2011, save some incremental changes here and there, to satisfy demand for a good cheap minivan. Most people don’t expect it to last past the 2019 model year, though, when its place on the line will be taken...
  5. Mopar / FCA News
    When Chrysler was being reborn in the 1990s, there were definite product plans for each division, starting with flagship cars and dreamy concepts. The most popular concept-car-turned-real of this era was the Dodge Viper, an ambitious goal given the 1991 Dodges; but it set the tone for what...
  6. Mopar / FCA News
    The Windsor, Ontario plant will be closed several times this year (three weeks from October to November, a week in July, and a week each in August and September). Automotive News’ Larry Vellequette reported that Chrysler told its dealers to stock up on the fast-selling Dodge Grand Caravan...
  7. Mopar / FCA News
    Chrysler is down to just two vehicles — the Pacifica minivan and the 300 sedan. Both are solid successes, if not home runs; the Pacifica has been gathering steam, and the 300 continues to do well in the small full-size, mid-priced/mild-premium segment. It would be easy, though, for FCA to...
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