The Chrysler Group's model shakeup looks set to continue. According to reports out of Europe this week, the Jeep Compass will soon be killed off, and Chrysler's Grand Voyager will be replaced with a crossover SUV. Industry paper Automotive News Europe reports that Fiat and Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne confirmed the details this week, describing a push to eliminate product overlap among the Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram brands.
Fiat is reportedly preparing a high-riding crossover version of its new five-door 500L hatch, growing the 500 family to five models, and a Jeep version could also be in the works. According to industry paper Automotive News Europe, ... Read Post
Citroen’s next generation of 'C-line' models are expected to kick off with a replacement for the current C3, and new reports out of Europe suggest the 2007 C-Cactus concept could be a preview of what's to come. It could appear soon,... Read Post