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Jeep and Chrysler will merge with Peugeot; which vehicles will America get?


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PSA Group and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles logosFiat Chrysler Automobiles and PSA Groupe officially signed a 50/50 merger between the European and American automakers on Wednesday, making the as-yet-unnamed automaker the fourth-largest in the world behind Volkswagen AG, Renault Nissan Mitsubishi, and Toyota. It remains to be seen which vehicles will be offered and which ones will be...

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Fiat and Peugeot. That is a weird combination to influence/own Chrysler. Both technically failed in America at some point in the past. Wonder what kind of impacts we will see.

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Somehow the mere idea of a Peugeot with a Hemi in it sounds wrong, wrong, wrong. Bad juju, bad juju, bad juju. 💀

But hey how bad can that be? Anyone remember the Chrysler Crossfire - the brain child of DaimlerChrysler? Look how successful that one was! It's got a Hemi!


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