Chrysler Canada: Brand History & Summary
Chrysler Canada Inc or FCA Canada has 440 dealers across the country. In 2018, Chrysler Canada sold 9,500 units, a 30% decrease compared to 2017. It killed the company growth rate that was above 2.8 percent since 2010.
Chrysler is incorporated as FCA Canada Inc since 1925. It is headquartered in Windsor, Ontario. FCA Canada Inc is the Canadian owned subsidiary of FCA US LLC, the original American manufacturer. Currently, FCA Canada has around 440 dealers that sell Chrysler vehicles. FCA Canada also sells Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Alfa Romeo and FIAT brand of cars. The R&D center is based in Windsor, but FCA has sales offices and part distribution offices throughout the country. It also has three manufacturing plants in Canada.
Walter Chrysler started the Chrysler company in 1924 with three ex-Studebaker engineers - Owen Skelton, Carl Breer, and Fred Zeder. The company's first car was the 1924 Chrysler Six. Soon Chrysler was considered one of the rising stars in the automotive industry in Detroit. In the 1930s, it kept building its reputation with the Imperial series. In the 1940s, it came up with the innovative hemispheric-head V-8 engine technology HEMI®. The 1955 Chrysler 300 can be considered one of the first muscle cars. In the 60s and 70s, Chrysler concentrated on smaller vehicles. Today the Chrysler brand is known for the 300 cars and Pacifica minivans.
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