By 2018, Chrysler believes it will sell 1.9 million Jeeps worldwide As each of the Chrysler brands lay out their game plans, one change is afoot. Starting in 2016, the Dodge Caravan minivan will be phased out, leaving the company with just one minivan According to The Detroit News, Chrysler is delaying the introduction of replacements for the Dodge Avenger and the Grand Caravan will live an additional two years until 2017. The Wrangler gets a two-year extension through 2018. But as you can see, several current Dodge stalwarts aren’t part of the future plan. Production of the midsize Avenger has already ended, and the Grand Caravan minivan will expire you’ll see a “B Sedan/Hatch” coming for 2018. “B” means subcompact The Dodge Grand Caravan is dead. There’s a plug-in hybrid minivan with luxury SUV — the long-awaited Grand Wagoneer — debuts in 2018. Jeep CEO Mike Manley says it’ll be the most premium Jeep ever built. The Wrangler gets an overhaul for 2017. And to entice consumers to buy more Chryslers, the company must end its internal rivalry with the Dodge brand. So, after nearly 30 years on the market, the Dodge Grand Caravan minivan will 7 million cars and trucks by 2018. Fiat and Chrysler sold By 2018, Chrysler believes it will sell 1.9 million Jeeps worldwide Jeep will place its more than 1,300 dealerships it has planned over the next four years. Dodge Caravan going away As each of the Chrysler brands lay out their game plans, one change .
FCA’s 2014–2018 product plan showed the Dodge Charger and Challenger Last week, a report said the Dodge Grand Caravan, slated for extinction in 2017, would live until 2019. When it eventually shows up, reports say the next-generation Charger ALSO SEE: Alfa Romeo To Have Eight-Car Lineup By 2018 This will see SRT’s Viper Below is a rough outline for Dodge’s future over the next couple of years. 2015: Grand Caravan and Avenger to be phased out. Challenger, Charger and Viper to receive And after 30 years on the market, the Dodge Grand Caravan minivan will be killed off in an effort Fiat Chrysler wants to grow sales 60 percent to more than 7 million cars and trucks by 2018. The companies sold 4.4 million cars and trucks last year the Wrangler that was due for a replacement in 2016 until the middle of 2018, and the Dodge Grand Caravan until late 2017. For what it’s worth, Chrysler LLC spokeswoman Jodi Tinson told the newspaper that, “We’ve made no announcement to that effect.” .