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FCA opening new assembly plant?

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Whether or not this proves to be true, I must admit I’m impressed with FCA’s progress. When they started dumping their cars I really thought they were on the ropes, but it appears they were more forward thinking than I thought.  Old Sergio wasn’t crazy after all. 

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First new detroit assembly in 28 years?????....new wagonner in 2021....extended cherokee soon.....FCA is no joke....right now they are doing much right...

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https://www.freep.com/story/money/cars/chrysler/2018/12/06/fca-detroit-assembly-plant-suv/2230555002/

 

Mack Engine II being refit to build 3 row Jeep Grand Cherokees 

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Remember FCA had to kill Dart and 200 to make space.  FCA still has an under-utilized Brampton Ontario plant building Challengers, Chargers, and 300s, ideally I think they should move production there and get rid of the sedans. 

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On 12/6/2018 at 5:28 PM, tbone said:

Whether or not this proves to be true, I must admit I’m impressed with FCA’s progress. When they started dumping their cars I really thought they were on the ropes, but it appears they were more forward thinking than I thought.  Old Sergio wasn’t crazy after all. 

Yeah, they could leave the cars that nobody buys to Fiat...;)

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On 12/6/2018 at 2:28 PM, tbone said:

Whether or not this proves to be true, I must admit I’m impressed with FCA’s progress. When they started dumping their cars I really thought they were on the ropes, but it appears they were more forward thinking than I thought.  Old Sergio wasn’t crazy after all. 

FCA being ahead of the curve?

 

the good news is global warming should be in full retreat soon, what with hell freezing over and all. 

Edited by blazerdude20

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While I am not an FCA fan boy, I am glad they are doing well enough to build / renovate a plant in Detroit creating more jobs....that is great news for the American working class in that area.

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6 hours ago, twintornados said:

While I am not an FCA fan boy, I am glad they are doing well enough to build / renovate a plant in Detroit creating more jobs....that is great news for the American working class in that area.

Agreed. 

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