When Chrysler's Ram brand split off from Dodge back in 2009 the goal was to target "real truck customers," and not just to those who buy strictly on style and image.
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The general focus of most automobile manufacturers has been smaller and more fuel efficient cars, but Dodge isn't quite ready to give up on the SUV.
In a move that shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone who follows monthly sales charts, Chrysler is mulling over whether to end production of the Dodge Avenger and focus on the 200 sedan.
Mopar, Chrysler Group's custom parts branch, has announced that a modified 2012 Chrysler 200 and an altered 2012 Dodge Charger have joined its lineup.