Chrysler will reopen its North American plants
To follow the definitive agreement, whereby Chrysler sees now managed by Italy's Fiat Group and its partners, it has announced that production of its vehicles, which had been completely stopped in recent months, will gradually resume beginning on June 29
Are seven assembly plants in North America that were a few months, on a ventilator, which will come to life. Moreover, here is the list of these plants and nomenclature of vehicles that are assembled.
- Brampton, Ontario (Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger and Challenger)
- St. Louis Montana (Dodge Ram)
- Sterling Heights, Michigan (Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Avenger)
- Toledo, Ohio (Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited)
- Toluca, Mexico (Dodge Journey and Chrysler PtCruiser)
- Warren, Michigan (Dodge Dakota and RAM)
- Windsor, Ontario (Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan)
The factory situated in Detroit reopened very recently to resume production of the Dodge Viper very ecological.
The RESERVED factories producing engines or other structural and mechanical components also resume their activities. This also allows different suppliers of the new Chrysler company, to accelerate their production.
It also means that these plants remain closed or partially reopened and the models that are assembled, see the beginning of their production recovered from a few months:
- Belvidere, Illinois (Dodge Caliber, Jeep Compass and Patriot)
- Detroit, Michigan (Jeep Grand Cherokee)
- Toledo, Ohio (Dodge Nitro and Jeep Liberty)
Chrysler confirms the same occasion that the holiday period which had been cedulee from July 13 to 24 remains effective.
The models at the end of career:
Chrysler Pt Chrysler, Chrysler Aspen and Dodge Durango Hybrid, Jeep Commander
The rights to produce the Dodge Viper are for sale, but few are interested ...
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