The ripple effect.
1.4 million of those are in the U.S.
The 200 will be discontinued
Marchionne announced a broad outline of the plan in February.
Chrysler hopes to “better align production with demand,” with the lay offs.
For a total of nine weeks.
FCA’s Sterling Heights plant builds the ill-fated Chrysler 200.
Never mind that the 300 is made in Canada.
Playing off the presidential race.
Marchionne said the products would eventually die off, causing job loss concerns at the UAW.
Hope you like bronze.
The 2016 Chrysler 200 is also an NHTSA ‘Top Safety Pick+’.
Some experts think Marchionne is making moves in anticipation of a merger.