Fiat Chrysler Plans To Stick With Big Cars Until 2020

Posted: Nov 8 2016, 1:16pm CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

Fiat Chrysler Plans to Stick with Big Cars Until 2020
  • FCA’s Large Vehicles are here to stay till at least 2020
 

The LX based RWD cars extended till the end of current decade

The famous and bog Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger are here to stay with us for the next coming four years. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles have recently made the decision to stick with producing these big cars.

It was rumored earlier on that these cars will be discontinued soon, however according to the news by Automotive News, these cars are here to stay till at least 2020, according to Automotive News.

The information was provided by two unnamed sources who had this inside information and confirmed the details of Fiat’s new contract with Unifor which is Canada’s auto union for labors.

The company is planning to refresh the Challenger, and Charger both along with 300 until these vehicles are switched to FCA’s new Giorgio Platform in the future.

The Giorgio platform is actually used by Alfa Romeo Giulia and is currently in its use. It is supposed to make way in three new and large American vehicle in the year 2021 as well. It also predicted that FCA will either discontinue Charger or 300 as per these changes in the year 2021. 

If we are looking to bid farewell to any vehicle among these three then it’s most likely to be 300. The platform of 300 which is based on LX will be almost 15 years old in the year 2020.

Thus it will be the best choice for the company to move forward and to introduce a new one at its place. The Charger was switched from LX platform to LD platform in 2010.

On the other hand Challenger was also switched from LC platform to LA platform recently. It is only 300 which was not given any update. Thus we are hoping to see Challenger and Charger in a way after 2020. 

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