• phil Posted: 5/11/2009 5:23pm PDT

    "When the public comes to its senses"

    Even Wagner of GM knows that people really want
    big, thirsty bland looking cars...they just don't want to buy them...but they will...someday.

  • oldsrocket88 Posted: 5/11/2009 7:05pm PDT

    "A lot of work."

    If Chrysler is going to badge engineer Fiat cars. They are going to have a lot of work to do because they are butt ugly!!!!

  • ChrisB Posted: 5/11/2009 7:23pm PDT

    "Charger"

    I don't think the Charger will go away anytime soon since it's becoming a popular police car. At least here in Maryland. Whether or not there's a publicly available model is up for debate though.

  • Victor Bozzo Posted: 5/11/2009 7:37pm PDT

    "Are you a columnist for,"The Onion"?"

    Sir,
    You wouldn't happen to write for The Onion would you? The reason I asked is as I was reading this otherwise interesting piece I read this howler:
    "You might have questions about shopping for a new Chrysler today, and those are easy to answer. Yes, you're safe to buy--the government says it's going to back your warranty."
    The Government is going to back my warranty?
    You mean the same Government that ran Amtrak and the Post Office into the ground? Or do you mean the Government that completely made a disaster of Katrina?
    Just checking....

  • Victor Bozzo Posted: 5/11/2009 7:55pm PDT

    "Are you a columnist for,"The Onion"?"

    Sir,
    You wouldn't happen to write for The Onion would you? The reason I asked is as I was reading this otherwise interesting piece I read this howler:
    "You might have questions about shopping for a new Chrysler today, and those are easy to answer. Yes, you're safe to buy--the government says it's going to back your warranty."
    The Government is going to back my warranty?
    You mean the same Government that ran Amtrak and the Post Office into the ground? Or do you mean the Government that completely made a disaster of Katrina?
    Just checking....

  • Lou Posted: 5/11/2009 10:52pm PDT

    "Riot"

    Not even a mention of the Patriot (or compass?)
    Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep makes a nearly-30mpg SUV and you don't even think its worth mentioning? Other manufacturers make SUVs with similar mpg, but they cost twice as much.

  • graphicartist2k5 Posted: 5/12/2009 8:35am PDT

    "Chrysler's Gonna Be Making Wimpy Cars"

    Wonderful. Instead of Chrysler pumping out the powerhouse musclecars they used to make, they're gonna be making wimpy ass "city cars" that every metrosexual will inevitably be driving. That's just plain LAME. There's a reason why the Charger and Challenger are considered to be badass cars, and it's not because they're "city cars".

  • cyberpyr8 Posted: 5/12/2009 12:56pm PDT

    "New K Cars"

    I think that Chrysler is going to end up going back to it's K Car days again to rebuild. I don't like the direction they are going here but we have seen this all before. Maybe they can come out of this a better car company.

  • Zeitgeist Posted: 5/16/2009 10:02am PDT

    "Hillarious..."

    You have GOT to be kidding me....
    I will NEVER buy another chrysler nor a GM vehicle...
    In fact...I was looking to buy a challenger RT...but forget it...
    You'll be doing reviews of euromobiles and chinese rolling coffins...
    Chrysler and GM are doomed...
    Looks like the mustang will be it...buy American while you still can...

  • Bill Burke Posted: 5/18/2009 9:33am PDT

    "BOY ARE YOU WRONG!!!"

    Not only is the Charger, Challenger and Liberty good sellers but the Charger IS in the plan and concept drawings were included (I guess you didn't read carefully). The 2011 Charger is suppose to be more retro styled and reportedly, drop dead georgous. The next generation Challenger is on the drawing board as the present model sells very well in a poor economic market and is attracting a strong following among the muscle car crowd and will be around as long as we have Mustangs and Camaros. The Liberty will fit better in it's class now that the Grand Cherokee gets bigger. No bubble here, just a poorly researched and illogical article.

  • james larsen Posted: 10/26/2009 2:00am PDT

    I was thinking of buying a new 500 when they
    get here.But I have learned that they will
    not say chrysler or dodge on them.They will
    say fiat.If they only say fiat I will not buy one!

  • John Posted: 1/22/2010 9:59am PST

    i think that chrysler should keep making the same cars because everyone loves a v8 and not no little 2 liter. but it might take another year or two but chrysler, dodge, jeep and so on will come back and be all American.

  • Killerbee32 Posted: 4/5/2010 11:35am PDT

    Please build the Jeep Gladiator!

  • smith avatar smith Posted: 7/25/2010 10:31am PDT

    I bought my 1994 Grand Caravan with 76,000 on it from a
    friend of mine. To tell you the truth, I didn't expect it
    to reach 100 grand on the odometer!I just needed a beater
    with lots of room to get me from eastern Ky to Ft.
    Campbell and back a few times. I got it at a price I
    couldn't refuse.I've had zero problems with the
    transmition or really any part of it. My wife and I love
    it!
    Caravanst

  • Ana Posted: 8/16/2010 4:13am PDT

    I do not see how this is going to work, Chrysler selling small cars after selling big jeeps in the USA? It will be nice to see the new Fiat 500 convertible in the USA though, I really like this little cars, they are very economical and eco friendly too.

  • APK Posted: 9/29/2010 12:59pm PDT

    Wake up Chrysler!!! Need to get the MPG up to 30 hwy on the Dodge Challenger!!!!

  • Sal Posted: 1/9/2011 7:47pm PST

    Hi Chrysler, take a look at Honda Odissey and Toyota Sienna seating in the middle, and you may want to copy it, the 3 passenger seating and better seating for adults.