Fiat has just acquired a 35% stake in Chrysler.
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/21/busin … r=1&hp
Not only is Fiat the worst car maker in Western Europe, they have more than enough financial worries of their own.
Financial jiggery pokery again I suspect. Fiat have been trying to get into the US market for ages, but their cars are soooo bad even you guys wouldn't buy them
The blind leading the deaf and blind! Chrysler is a basket case since their jeeps started spontaneously combusting!
I had a new model Fiat Punto as a courtesy car when mine was in the garage for some repairs and it was probably the worst week of my life! lol
The car had no oomph and the brakes were pretty sharp, I've not been a fan of Fiat, seems like I'm not alone.
Paint them beige, and sell them to Aussies. Well buy them.
Just not me.
Beige sells well down there? I would say it could blend in with the deserts but then remembered they're red
My uncle builds Mini Moke's and motorbikes and he lives in Melbourne, a lot of his vehicles are a bit oddball since he used to lvie in britain. His motorbike's numberplate was "BOLUX 1" and not even the australian police knew what it meant, they thought it was his name!
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