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(AP News)   Fiat Chrysler posts record Q3 profit on news they sold at least one of each   (apnews.com) divider line
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2020-10-28 9:59:51 AM  
Chryslers are incredibly old designs minus a few facelifts.  The 300 and Charger were last updated in 2011.  The Challenger hasn't been updated since 2008.  The newest is the Pacifica with an update in 2017.

Dodge and Chrysler largely profit through financing subprime loans on old cars.
 
2020-10-28 10:09:01 AM  
Jeep and Ram keeping em afloatm
 
2020-10-28 10:19:43 AM  
Someday I'm gonna pick up a nice preowned 500 over the objections of the missus.
 
2020-10-28 10:25:08 AM  

Rapmaster2000: Chryslers are incredibly old designs minus a few facelifts.  The 300 and Charger were last updated in 2011.  The Challenger hasn't been updated since 2008.  The newest is the Pacifica with an update in 2017.

Dodge and Chrysler largely profit through financing subprime loans on old cars.



Scary to think that the only two cars sold under Chrysler's nameplate are the 300 and Pacifica.

We're almost back to the 50s where people could just say "I have a Chrysler!" and it was all you needed to say.
 
2020-10-28 11:08:45 AM  

Rapmaster2000: Chryslers are incredibly old designs minus a few facelifts.  The 300 and Charger were last updated in 2011.  The Challenger hasn't been updated since 2008.  The newest is the Pacifica with an update in 2017.

Dodge and Chrysler largely profit through financing subprime loans on old cars.


Why would they update the Charger?  Open hood, insert bigass V8 (hemi or supercharged preferred), drive by rear wheels and done.  Then go work on the RAMs, because that's where the money is.

/mourns his old Plymouth
//they made a few good cars between when Iacocca turned it around and Bob Eaton sold out to the Germans
///I think the yen was so high in those days that the good Japanese cars were far more expensive than US competition
 
2020-10-28 11:40:31 AM  

Rapmaster2000: Chryslers are incredibly old designs minus a few facelifts.  The 300 and Charger were last updated in 2011.  The Challenger hasn't been updated since 2008.  The newest is the Pacifica with an update in 2017.

Dodge and Chrysler largely profit through financing subprime loans on old cars.


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2020-10-28 12:56:25 PM  
FCA is a big company. I've had their domestic products in the past. Some good (Durango), some OK (Nitro), and some just plain awful (loaner Chrysler 200). I bought the Alfa Romeo Giulia recently and, as a car guy that's owned about 40 vehicles, I can say that it's by far the best all around vehicle I've owned.

Not every FCA is a hit... but when they do it right, they do it very right.
 
2020-10-28 3:52:26 PM  

SirEattonHogg: Someday I'm gonna pick up a nice preowned 500 over the objections of the missus.


Go for the Abarth.
 
2020-10-28 3:53:34 PM  

Dodge Propshaft: SirEattonHogg: Someday I'm gonna pick up a nice preowned 500 over the objections of the missus.

Go for the Abarth.


Damn right.
 
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