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Dodge Journey Becomes a Fiat in Europe

The Dodge Journey is going to officially become a Fiat in Europe. According to Fiat sources, the current Dodge Journey is going to be replaced by a Fiat version of the Journey in Europe, which will be dubbed the Fiat Freemont.

The Fiat Freemont is part of Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne's to cut development costs. The Freemont will essentially be a rebadged version of the restyled Dodge Journey that was unveiled at the LA Auto Show last month.

The Freemont will officially debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March with sales starting in June. It will also replace the slow selling Ulysse minivan in the Fiat lineup.

Full Story: AutoWeek

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