U would agree that the RAM pick-Up is ONE TRUCK? U would agree that the entire FCA corporation should not be relying on ONE TRUCK to meet the people's needs for fuel efficiency right? I don't get why U are not understanding what I'm saying. Point blank.. FCA needs more than just the Ram and a 20 year old platform with 3 cars riding on it to survive.
My current crop is 2016 CTSV Fully loaded, 2016 Corvette Z06 3LT fully loaded, 2015 GMC Yukon SLT Fully loaded, 2014 Impala LTZ, fully loaded, 2011 Chevy Cruze (kid's) LTZ, fully loaded, 1966 Chevy Impala SS 396 4spd Muncie 3.73 gears. Hidden Content
I just realized what plan B is if fuel prices spike. GM and Ford are not getting out of the car business worldwide, just in North America. The Cruze and Ford cars are still produced in China and Mexico and I bet will be imported to us until fuel prices go back down. If it becomes a permanent shift then production will eventually come back to NA.
Renegade 22 city / 30 highway
Compass 23 city / 32 highway
Cherokee 23 city, 31 hwy
Pacifica Hybrid 19 city / 28 highway / 33 mi battery-only
Dodge Charger 19 city / 30 highway
There is the odd case of Malaysia attempt to take over Boeing a while back or this thing that Europe is now doing due to Chinese espionage
Would you be surprised if I told you both, the Ram and Silverado/Sierra make up roughly 25% of their respective companies sales?
Forget about what GM has with regard to fuel efficient cars, they also got the highly profitable, very thirsty; Tahoe, Yukon, Escalade and Suburban.
Do you honestly think FCA has more exposure to fuel prices than GM?
Like I said................
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Past: '17 Cruze; '15 F150; '14 Volt; '13 MKX; '13 Silverado; '13 Fusion; '11 Ram; '10 Commander; '08 Sierra; '07 Rendezvous; '05 Ram; '04 Grand Cherokee; '03 F150; '01 Silverado; '00 Jimmy; '99 Sierra; '97 Ram; '96 Mustang GT; '96 Jimmy; '90 Escort GT; '89 Ranger; '84 Omni; '76 Malibu; '78 LeMans; '85 Escort; '82 Lynx; '75 Sierra
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