Could Chrysler Be Killed This Friday?

By Chris Bruce

Swirling rumors suggest that one of America’s oldest remaining automakers could be on the chopping block.

If the Chrysler brand is killed, it will be the end of a nameplate with over 90 years of history in the United States. The lineup consists of just two models today: the ancient 300 sedan and the still fresh Pacifica minivan. With so few products, axing Chrysler is easier than ever.

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