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I'm hoping Chrysler can knock e'm dead SOON ! :flashred:

"Truck sales saved Chrysler, which, as before the recession, is still heavily dependent on its iconic Ram and Jeep sales for profit".

“The midsize sedan segment has gone gangbusters. But Chrysler has still not participated,” says a concerned Visnick".

From The Detroit News: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20130804/OPINION01/308040003#ixzz2b1JP0wX5
 

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patfromigh said:
I know this has been discussed in another thread, but fleet sales and financial incentives are way up for the Japanese nameplates. Those practices are what caused much of the domestic manufactures' financial meltdowns.
Last year around Aug./Sept. Japan Inc. announced they were going to devalue the Yen to boost exports. And that has given the Japan Inc. exporters a $2000 - $3000 price advantage. This move could crash the D3 as they would have to match the lower prices, lease deals, and content issues. Suddenly a replay of selling vehicles at a loss reappears and we all know where that lead.

Yet not one politician in DC has voiced concern over this obvious violation of trade agreements ......... WHY ??
 
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