Originally Posted by frost5466
By brand Cadillac and Nissan are the 2 biggest. By model the DeVille and the Maxima are the 2 largest models. But:
That happens with any car. I bet more people move up from Chrysler to Cadillac then move down from Cadillac to Chrysler. Those number are very small. Chrsler will have to show good quality and reliability for years to be considered my most people. Notice that the biggest model are the town car and Deville(old people). The total trade-in of other brands is still only about 20%. 80% are still former Chrysler buyers. Nissan buyers are usually performance buyers and a few may like the Hemi. It will be interesting if they can keep those buyers or if they go back to the permium brands next lease/purchase.
Comments like this have to end:
"I can see why some of these people are complaing about their chrysler products, I have a 2004 chrysler 300m, which was built in Canada, and have it as a lemon under the lemon law, because it has been to two dealers six times and they cannot correct the problem I am having with it."
"I love the "concept" of this car, especially the hemi but I would never buy it because I have never owned a reliable American car. I am 60 and have owned many new cars, American and foreign. American cars are just one big headache. "
"The Chrysler 300 will be cool when they figure out how to keep the parts from falling off like they do on all the other Chrysler junk.Also Chrysler products are no more American than a Honda or Toyota made here in the good old USA.The profits if there are any leave the country. So stop the bullcrap about Chrysler being an American company and one of the big three.It isn't unless making lousy products counts. "
"LOL....The love affair that people are having with the new Chrysler 300/C won't last long once they start having problems with the car and have to deal with those "award-winning 5-STAR" dealers or worse yet, the "factory reps"!
I feel sorry for the people that are already having problems with the car going right, not starting on the first try and the clunking transmission. Some people are already in the buy-back stage with DC! "