Fiat/Chrysler obviously thinks a car that small CAN mke it in the US, otherwise they would not be launching an all new nation-wide franchise around the Fiat 500, which you say here is built on the same platform.
Correct, Maxrbest, but the Fiat 500 is far less extravagant than this one and I guess it appeals to a borader audiance.
@Maxrbest, Vince was saying he couldn't picture it as a Chrysler-BRAND car in the US. I agree, as that division historically never went smaller than the E-segment. Even the PT broke with tradition (I thik the Delta should've replaced it here).Both could work in Australia and other RHD markets too maybe
Strang looking thing. Looks like another generic sub-compact hatchback with terrible rear visibility.
PT Cruiser and Fiat 500 illegitimate love child.
This is far beyond UGLY.
Last month, Chrysler Group came in third among all automakers, nearly 6,000 sales ahead of Toyota and 37,800 ahead of Honda. It also beat the combined totals of Hyundai and Kia. And Consumer Reports rated the latest Chrysler 300 very highly. It appears Chrylser is on a roll from Fiat 500's to Chrysler 300's!!! Way to go Chrysler!
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