Ever since Fiat took over Chrysler, we have been wondering which models from the terrible Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge line-up would survive. On the other hand, we have been eagerly anticipating the return of Fiat and Alfa Romeo to our continent. Who wouldn’t want to see some more Italian flair on the road? Anyway, hit the jump to find out who made the team and who gets booted by 2012.
PT Cruiser, Sebring, Town & Country , 300 (Redesigned for 2011), and a rebadged Fiat 500 in 2011
Commander, Compass, Liberty, Patriot, Grand Cherokee, and the Wrangler
Caliber, Nitro, Avenger, Grand Caravan, Viper, Charger (redesigned for 2011), Challenger, Journey, Ram (Possibly a seperate brand)
MiTo, Milano (147 replacement, and the 169, which will be given some swanky new name.
Basically, Chrysler is now nothing but a mini-van and a Chinese Bentley knock-off, Dodge sells retro stuff, a truck, and the ugliest crossover ever (the Maserati Kuba doesn’t count), Jeep has the only two models they ever actually sold, and Alfa Romeos will look absolutely incredible by comparison. I think Fiat wants to eat Chrysler, and just let us forget all about them.
[Wall Street Journal, via Kicking Tires]