A Compact Sedan will be developed by Fiat and built by Chrysler will make its debut at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show early next year. The as-of-yet unnamed model will be badged as the will of Dodge cars and engines powered by Fiat’s 1.4-liter turbocharged gasoline capacity. They also combined 40 mpg.
The Italian car maker wants to expand their reach by 46% at Chrysler and Friends, with an additional 7.5% of the U.S. Treasury and the Canadian government at above 5%, it’s all expected to get 40 mpg vehicle to drive.
The new model will be built in Chrysler’s Belvidere plant in Illinois, which the brand is currently spending US$600 million retooling for the job. Production is expected to start later this year. Dealers, such as David Kelleher of David Dodge Chrysler Jeep of Glen Mills, PA are naturally very excited:
“We have never had a viable compact car. This will allow us to reach the entry level customer and it’s a perfect fit for Dodge which has been faced with challenges.” [Like having to share a lot with the Chrysler Sebring, for one…].
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