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(The Detroit_News)   "Want Fiat?" "No, those things are..." "No, the whole company." "And Chrysler, too? Double no"   ( detroitnews.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Chrysler, CEO Matthias Mueller, FCA CEO Sergio, Evercore ISI, VW, global auto industry, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, European brands  
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2017-03-17 01:04:34 PM  
I can has Jeep?
 
2017-03-17 02:18:35 PM  
Nice try, Pete.
 
2017-03-17 03:10:46 PM  

lycanth: I can has Jeep?



FIAT CHRYSLER
For sale, Jeep
 
2017-03-17 03:55:51 PM  

lycanth: I can has Jeep?


You have the Jeeps. I'll take the Ferraris and Maseratis off yout hands.
 
2017-03-17 05:51:43 PM  

Curate's Keg: lycanth: I can has Jeep?

You have the Jeeps. I'll take the Ferraris and Maseratis off yout hands.

More than anything else, the highly profitable Jeep brand has been powering FCA's recent profits, in the U.S. and elsewhere in the world.


I'll take Jeep.
 
2017-03-17 06:47:12 PM  
You could almost spin Dodge off on its own. I wonder if Ford is interested; I'd like to see Chrysler come back home.
 
2017-03-17 07:08:28 PM  
Jeep seems to be able to kill off any corporate parent it gets.

\all despite being a fairly successful brand on its own.
\\it's like it contains a stupify curse.
 
jvl [BareFark]
2017-03-17 07:47:17 PM  

This text is now purple: Jeep seems to be able to kill off any corporate parent it gets.


Or maybe you have to be a stupid corporate to think "hey, I'll buy Jeep cause I know how to buy things" instead of "hey, I'll invest in my own company and engineers and make something awesome like Jeep does."
 
2017-03-17 07:50:12 PM  
Isn't Jeep facing a potential huge lawsuit over their gearshift design? The one that killed Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin? Aren't there hundreds of other people whose claims predate his death?
 
2017-03-17 08:05:23 PM  

Julius Pleaseher: You could almost spin Dodge off on its own. I wonder if Ford is interested; I'd like to see Chrysler come back home.


What a Chrysler coming back home might look like...
www.allpar.com
 
2017-03-17 08:28:35 PM  

This text is now purple: Jeep seems to be able to kill off any corporate parent it gets.

\all despite being a fairly successful brand on its own.
\\it's like it contains a stupify curse.


Maybe, but Fiat hasn't been able to build a car Americans want, even when they were building them in the US.
 
2017-03-17 08:46:48 PM  
FCA has nothing of value except Jeep which either Ford or GM should buy and the rest should be left in an unmarked grave next to a dead hooker.
 
2017-03-17 08:59:27 PM  
Due Maserati, per favore.img.fark.net
 
2017-03-17 09:28:30 PM  

natazha: Maybe, but Fiat hasn't been able to build a car Americans want, even when they were building them in the US.


I don't think they ever made Fiats in the US. Mexico was as close as it got. Chrysler cars were made in the US, but they're stopping that this year to focus on trucks.
 
2017-03-17 11:08:18 PM  
When I was car shopping last summer, I really liked the look of the Fiat 500, until I looked at the reliability.
I ended up with a Jetta.
 
2017-03-18 12:34:31 AM  

Julius Pleaseher: You could almost spin Dodge off on its own. I wonder if Ford is interested; I'd like to see Chrysler come back home.


People still buy 'Dodge's'? They already had to separate the 'Dodge' brand from the RAM trucks because of such a crappy connotation.
 
2017-03-18 04:01:14 AM  

MBZ321: Julius Pleaseher: You could almost spin Dodge off on its own. I wonder if Ford is interested; I'd like to see Chrysler come back home.

People still buy 'Dodge's'? They already had to separate the 'Dodge' brand from the RAM trucks because of such a crappy connotation.


They're trying to brand Dodge exclusively as a sport and muscle brand.
 
2017-03-18 04:08:27 AM  

Spaceballer: Julius Pleaseher: You could almost spin Dodge off on its own. I wonder if Ford is interested; I'd like to see Chrysler come back home.

What a Chrysler coming back home might look like...
[www.allpar.com image 638x339]


Regret that I have but 1 funny to give you. I Laughed so hard the baby woke up.
/So thanks
 
2017-03-18 02:21:35 PM  

MBZ321: Julius Pleaseher: You could almost spin Dodge off on its own. I wonder if Ford is interested; I'd like to see Chrysler come back home.

People still buy 'Dodge's'? They already had to separate the 'Dodge' brand from the RAM trucks because of such a crappy connotation.


media.ed.edmunds-media.com
Yes a 204 mph and 11 second quarter mile connotation.


Just traded in a 2015 Charger Road and Track for new Jeep Grand Cherokee Trail Hawk. Best two vehicles in their classes for the money.  Neither spent a day in the shop or had any problems. Dodge knows muscle cars and Jeep knows off roaders!
 
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