Sorry, but here I think you're merely projecting anti-FCA bias onto a name change without a shred of real or circumstantial evidence, as I don't see this as provable or even logical. Otherwise, I agree on your first point, and the Honda talking point is a good argument, as is the rest of the paragraph.Sebring doesn't have any more negative perception to the public than Chrysler. Can we stop repeating the Fiat talking points? 200 was intended to belittle Chrysler. Honda didn't drop Civic when they came out with a bad model, they moved up the refresh and replacement dates. I don't believe there are bad names for multi generation cars based upon one bad generation, that there was more than one generation proves it is a good name. Now names can become politically incorrect or divisive like Imperial or New Yorker, but a name with two good generations doesn't go bad simply because generation 3 was a clunker.