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FCA 2020 in Canada: Chrysler 300 to be eliminated; Pacifica to be refreshed; new electric minivan “Portal” to go into production

Although still speculative, 2020 will be a major “change” year for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) in Canada. Although Canada invested $325 million in the paint shop, indicating long-term plans for …

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