Dodge has got the End

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Dodge has got the End on 2016

Have got the bad news or just gossip, up to you to believe a report from WardsAuto, in 2016, 2 next years from now, when the Dodge brand will disappear on this earth. But several new models still going out to the market, and this long-term strategy of Chrysler is for decisive the future of Dodge.

We know after Fiat got married to Chrysler, many policies that lead to change, Chrysler will see almost its entire production renewed, with more than three-quarters of production volume to be based on the Fiat-engineered C/D-Evo, or CUSW, platform. This architecture is currently used by the Dodge Dart and will also be used by the upcoming Chrysler 100, the next-generation Chrysler 200, Dodge Journey/Fiat Freemont, Jeep Cherokee, Jeep Wrangler, and a new large luxury Chrysler SUV.

The plan for early 2014, is Dodge's without a midsize sedan, when stopping production for the Avenger. And we know Dodge’s already not produced the pickup models after the Ram brand went out. Dodge’s survival doesn’t look like a wise move right now, a bleak future for him.

Now Dodge's left with just three nameplates: the Charger, Durango, and Challenger. If rumors that the latter may migrate to the SRT brand are true (just like the Viper did), then Dodge certainly will have a hard time justifying its existence.

So we just wait and see, for the moment nothing is certain. So let's see what happens with Dodge in 2016 when important decisions for the future of Fiat-Chrysler will be enforced.

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