I left off the compact SUV segmentBest selling segments in the US and what Stellantis sells in them.
First half of 2021
Subcompact SUV 665.036 (#10 Renegade, a moderate performer, #29 500X an abysmal performer)
Compact cars 745.330 (Not present)
Midsize cars 765.825 (#25 Giulia an abysmal performer)
Large pickups 1.166.475 (#2 Ram a top performer)
Midsize SUV 1.614.971 (#2 Wrangler a top performer, #4 Grand Cherokee a top performer, #16 Durango a poor performer)
Compact SUV 1.966.581 (#11 Cherokee a moderate performer, #17 Compass a poor performer, #35 Stelvio an abysmal performer)
Jeep midsize SUVs and Ram full sized pickups are Stellantis' stars. If two divisions deserve to die in the US they are Fiat and Alfa. Their performance doesn't deserve another 10 years in the US.
You seem to want to pull another Fiat with Chrysler and Dodge. "Oh our half hearted efforts with Renegade/500X, Dart, 200, Cherokee and Compass didn't do well, let's abandon the segments to the Asians." Well we aren't dealing with FCA anymore, or Daimler- Chrysler so forget about the ME-412.
This is what Dodge and Chrysler need to do with the segments:
Midsize SUV FWD/AWD vehicles are half the segment. 2 row Aspen / Nitro 3 row Journey / Durango / T&C
Subcompact SUV = PT Cruiser / Raider People in this segment don't want real off road performance. HR-V is a wagon, Crosstrek is a jacked up Impreza. Renegade/500X were heavy for no reason.
Compact Cars = Daytona/Laser/Shadow/LeBaron GTC The people in this segment are here for 2 reasons. Low price and low center of gravity. Don't bother with high roofs here, send those people over to look at the PT Cruiser and Raider. 50"-53" is fine here.
Midsize Cars = LeBaron GTS / Stealth (Mitsubishi got the Lancer name) See compact car above.
Midsize SUV FWD/AWD vehicles are half the segment. 3 row Journey / Durango / T&C
Compact SUV FWD/AWD vehicles are over 90% of the segment. 2 row Aspen / Nitro