Really? A replacement clearly hasn't been named yet and by the lack of a press release from Chrysler it appears they may have been blind sided by a poaching from Nissan.Vulpine said:Does this mean we will finally see JEEP-branded pickups again?
Lets not jump off the deep end about Ralph ok?Mr.Source said:This is terrible, I can't believe it, this is a true disaster for Chrysler.
During the past two years I had the chance to meet with top executives from Nissan, they always kept showing a very strong interest in the Ram, they discussed several matter that I will not reveal, I know Fred met with them, but I never could imagine this kind of news.
I can't understand why they let him go, he just made big things for the RAM and for Chrysler Mexico. He just seemed very proud about the Ram and About Mexican operations, this must be a joke.
This is what his new boss said about him.
"Fred Diaz is one of the most experienced, results-driven sales and marketing executives in our industry, and we are privileged to welcome him to Nissan,"
He is right, Diaz is very smart, he knows what he is doing, well now what can we think or said about the future of the RAM.
Who knows now, maybe Ralph will also leave Chrysler,.................
I'm sad, this is a TRUE LOSS
This is why I have been telling people to be proud of the RAM branding instead of calling our trucks a Dodge!Mopar392 said:When you are at the top, and this is the case with Fred, it is no surprise to look to where you can professionally & financially have an advantage of this..
He, sure, turned Ram to be more recognizable than ever..