According to an Automotive News article, Fiat-Chrysler’s big two sedans, the Dodge Charger and the Chrysler 300, will soldier on with a few updates until the 2020 model year, when they will switch to the Alfa Romeo Giorgio platform.
However, sources say that one of the two big sedans won’t make the transition to the platform, which also underpins the Alfa Romeo Giulia. So which one will get the axe?
FCA has been slashing models in both the Dodge and Chrysler brands, while bolstering the Jeep lineup. Chrysler now has only two models, the 300 and the Pacifica, once the 200 goes out of production later this year. Dodge has more, and FCA has changed the brand’s focus from a mainstream brand to a performance brand, but it still lost the Dart, the Journey and the Caravan aren’t long for this world, and the Durango will be replaced with a Jeep.
Which one do you think will most likely not survive the upgrade to the Alfa platform, the Charger or the 300? Vote in the poll below, and add a comment to let us know why.
And check out this TFLcar video from the SEMA show of the Dodge Durango with a 392 HEMI: