Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will look to increase sales of the Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger and Jeep Cherokee by altering trim levels this fall.
According to ordering documents distributed to U.S. dealers and viewed by Automotive News, FCA will start by altering trims for the 2018 model year Chrysler 300.
Currently, the Chrysler 300 range starts with the Limited trim level, rises to the S and C and is topped by the C Platinum. For 2018, the entry-level variant will shift to the Touring trim and be followed by the Touring L, S, Limited and C.
For the 2018 Dodge Charger, the existing base SE will be ditched and consolidated with the current SXT. All-wheel drive Chargers will be sold under the GT AWD trim level.
Last, but not least, is the 2018 model year Jeep Cherokee. FCA will scrap the current entry-level Sport and replace it with the more luxurious Latitude grade, while a Latitude Plus will then be added to the family. Pricing for the Cherokee Latitude will also fall from the current $25,645 starting price, excluding delivery. to $24,395.