SerialThriller
SerialThriller
SerialThriller
Jan 21
8

That they can sell all of a one year, limited edition doesn’t mean the can continue to sell said car going forward. This thing has a pretty low ceiling on demand, even if it’s apparently higher than 2k. And as someone said, they’re going to be somewhat limited by emissions credits. Read more

Jan 21
11

So, the Stellantis game plan is to find a product with massive profit margins, only make 2,000 of them, see massive interest, then toss it all away.  Everyone associated with this plan should be sent packing.

Jan 21
5

The Durango may only be built for one model year but it would be foolish to bet against one or more of the future 3-row Jeeps not offering the 6.2 supercharged at some point.

Jan 21
4

Unfortunately, I am not a NH resident, so a few things to consider: Bolt winter range gets cut pretty low if you keep the cabin at 70*. I’ve read somewhere around 190-200mi but based on your user name, you probably have a better idea on this. Every friday, I need to be able to commute 65mi, then drive 150mi to my Read more

Jan 21
7

But then how could he act all smug and self-righteous about saving the environment? Buying a Tesla is as much about the theater as it is the experience. Read more

Jan 21
10

there is still the question of how they differentiate Peugeot/Fiat/Opel/Vauxhall which all fight over the same (and possibly shrinking) market space. Read more

Jan 21
8

Not for nothin’ but.... I’d be TOTALLY into buying a Nash.  Or a DeSoto!

Jan 21
10

2nd Gear: Stellantis needs to recognize the power of their brands. They shouldn’t cut a single brand—in fact, they should resurrect all the old ones they own! Read more

Jan 21
5

Of all the European brands in the new Stellantis empire I would think Alfa Romeo and Maserati are probably the safest from the chop. Maserati is the only ‘premium’ brand in the portfolio and Alfa while it blurs the line as a premium/ mainstream brand is certainly the only other truly sporting brand. Citroen probably Read more

Jan 20
2

See I don’t care about the Mustang Mach E naming thing at all, but going electric is where I draw the line. The whole thing with muscle cars is the noise and the power and the rumble. I all in for electric but that’s where they should pass the torch

Jan 20
4

Oh I’m all for that too, but the sort of electrification we’re seeing doesn’t feel like a solution so much as a buzzword. I’ve come to terms with the fact that cars are going in a direction that doesn’t interest me, but I don’t like the insinuation that this direction is automatically better for the environment. We’re Read more