I have read that the reason FCA dropped the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Dart was for labor union pressures- "Keep those FCA factories humming!" Of course, it was widely reported that the two cars were not selling well. Well, it's my opinion FCA did not continually promote the two and should have built a Dodge version of the 200 from the onset. Recently, living in the hot auto market as So. Cal that I do, I have noticed a great increase of Chevy Malibu TV ads. Yes, we know Ford is dropping the Fusion. So does Chevy know something that FCA (and Ford) don't know? And, I have also read that FCA dealers are unable to allow repeat Chrysler and Dodge sedan buyers to trade into a new 200, now that they are gone! Mr. Manley, are you hearing me?