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Can Chrysler Turn It Around in Bankruptcy?
This says the Top Execs have been warned.
Seems Chrysler does this every few years(sort of like Nissan): have a few decent years, then sales go South for a few years.
What gives here?
One guy said all their cars look like trucks. Another said there stuff looks good, if it were 2001.
Have heard various comments of cheap interiors( behind most competitors), lack of warranty(they did have a 7/100K, then dropped it a few years ago).
GM even has, at least, 5/100K.
Is it they depended too much on large vehicles to make money, and now that small cars sales are up, they are behind?
One thing that is sort of odd, is that when the Caliber came out, "Dodge" said it was to replace the Neon. How?
I know some younger kids(16-25, men and women) who are mad, and said the Caliber Does Not = Neon replacement(rumors are there will be something slightly smaller than the old Neon coming out, and a car-like vehicle?).
What is Chrysler doing wrong, or right?
I did look at the new Sebring, and in Blue, and in person, it was tolerable(unlike early internet photos).
It beat the Aztek, at least.
Anyhow, it was not bad, but MSRP is kind of "up there", for me, anyway.You can get a Fusion or Sonata for less, for example(I-4's).
Maybe even a few others.
What can they do for a turn-around(for what seems like the 52nd time in 27 years).
take care/not offense.