I love jeeps and I understand what your saying but do you really think they will actually make a fiat based one? I hope not I would lose some respect for that one...it would just look so wrong in every way! Maybe if jeep started making go carts but until then please no
Originally Posted by CanadianJets View Post
Afterall, a Wrangler is a tough uniquely shaped vehicle that when you buy gives you a status, attention, prestige, toughness, capability and complete freedom. Kind of like what a bmw or porsche gives a guy or girl only for different reasons. (which we can all joke around about) As far as those idiots that never go off-roading with it who cares! It's probably better that they don't because they will only get in the way lol!
Right now the Wrangler factory is at 100% capacity which is great why? People are still buying American made vehicles and Amercians remained employed and hopefully it will stay there.
So the way I see it if someone is just mall cruisin with a Wrangler and never takes it off-road so what, it's their purchase they can do what they want with it. But you can them thank because that's more $$ going back to Jeep and not Honda or Toyota.
Sorry for a long response.
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Originally Posted by 14provenzanop View Post
The smallest, the B-segment Jeep that may or may not be sold in North America will use a Fiat platform, likely the same one that underpins a number of small crossovers in Europe-probably the next iteration of the Fiat Mini platform.
The Liberty and Patriot/Compass will use the jointly-developed C-Wide platform that's debuting with the Dodge Dart. While it's developed from an Alfa Romeo platform, it's a joint engineering project between Fiat and Chrysler.
Larger Jeeps-Wrangler, Grand Cherokee, ect, will remain on Chrysler-developed platforms.
Originally Posted by Poncherello View Post
*In terms of hard stats-A/D angles, articulation and flex, wheel clearance, power/weight ratio, ect. A JK Unlimited will whip a CJ-2 up and down any trail in the world that's wide enough-the JK's sole shortcoming-but, after 70+ years of technological advancement, I'd expect nothing less.
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