Sunday, November 14, 2010

Chrysler sets prices on the 200 Sedan, Town & Country Minivan

Chrysler sets prices on the 200 sedan, Town & Country minivan




Chrysler vehicles are reflected in a Chrysler 300 at a dealership in Alexandria, Virginia June 2, 2010. Major automakers recorded double-digit U.S. sales gains in May from depressed year-earlier levels as industry -wide sales ticked up for a seventh consecutive month with a boost from orders by rental agencies. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
Chrysler vehicles are reflected in a Chrysler 300 at a dealership in Alexandria, Virginia June 2, 2010. Major automakers recorded double-digit U.S. sales gains in May from depressed year-earlier levels as industry -wide sales ticked up for a seventh consecutive month with a boost from orders by rental agencies. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)


Under $20,000 for the new 200 Sedan? I think that's good business by Dodge. The Town and Country at almost $30K though is a bit much and I think it's a mistake. Family 'afford ability' is the key in the down economy and with so many unemployed and underemployed, I think Dodge should lower this offering back down many thousand if they expect it to be successful. A lot of Town and Country minivans may be sitting on the lots if people just can't afford them. Read on in the article about the pricing structure from Auto Week.

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