The logic is business. And if it ain't ready, it ain't ready.joegofaster said:We have to wait another 2+ years for the DSRT4? Where is the logic in moving that niche? SRT should strike while the fire is hot. The skittle and csrt4 owners along with DSRT4 wannbe owners will may move on by then.
It looks like they are coming as Fiats instead.humdrum said:The 200 put off for another year? Shame.
I also thought that they were going to introduce the Chrysler 100 this year. Sounds like that is what'll get put back.
It seems to me that Sergio is having second thoughts on introducing small cars based on Fiat architecture, based on the slow start of the Dart.
It would be a new car for SRT though.Danno said:Is it possible that the DSRT4 isn't even on this list because it is not really a "new" car? It is just another model of an exsisting car really. Even though it is an SRT. The 2016 "new" car seems more likely to be the "Barracuda", small DUSW platform shared with the Alfa and maybe Fiat?
Do we have a Fiat 5 year plan to compare and contrast? If the new Alfa RWD coupe comes out in 2016.... well that probably answers that question
True.Moparian said:It would be a new car for SRT though.
Because that mentality leads to complacency and aged, out of date products. You need to keep things updated and fresh.humdrum said:And why should he be in a hurry with sale results like these. If it ain't broke don't fix it, seems certainly to apply here. I am sure the Dart will take off with tweaks to the powertrain and the addition of the 9 speed.
I dont think so. When they are referencing a new car for SRT I think they are talking another stand alone model. No way is Chrysler gonna put all thier future plans out for all to see. Lets just wait and see what developsMoparian said:It would be a new car for SRT though.
Maybe it's the 100, not the 300 replacement? To go with the new T&C and a crossover? Just throwing our the possibility. I agree it seems weird to refresh then replace so soon.bumonbox said:It seems unlikely to me they would refresh the 300 just to replace it one year later, especially when there is no indication the Charger is poised for the same. I would definitely say they this plan has done little to clear the waters. I guess time will tell. I thought this plan would add some clarity to the upcoming events, but I can't say I see it that way now.
That's what I thought. I figured it was either the 100 or 200 convertible. Sometimes the convertible comes out a year after the 200. I didn't know if the 'vert would have it's own notation. I'm also assuming the Chrysler Crossover has not been cancelled.link3721 said:Maybe it's the 100, not the 300 replacement? To go with the new T&C and a crossover? Just throwing our the possibility. I agree it seems weird to refresh then replace so soon.