If CA is already getting the Magnum, I don't see DC offering another wagon in that market place.mspeasl said:Gang,
Since supposedly the 300 Station Wagon is for export only, does anyone know if Canada gets it? Or is it that North America itself does not get the wagon? Anyone have any insight into this?
GMC and Chevrolet make the same trucks and they both sell the hell out of them. So why can't Dodge and Chrysler sell the same thing. One in the Dodge name and one a little more upscale in the Chrysler??jjs said:If CA is already getting the Magnum, I don't see DC offering another wagon in that market place.
I agree and Chrysler has the car in place right now to do it with. In the 50's - 60's all of the OEM's had a full line in all of their models. What's the deal now days with the American OEM's building "Stand alone's". If you look at the "E" class, from which the 300 comes from, it has a complete line from wagons to sedans.LWOOD said:In Europe, the 'Estate' cars (wagons) command the highest prices from BMW and MB and Audi. Why not offer a similar package with GRUNT for the U.S.?