By on January 29, 2010

About half of all dealers culled in the GM and Chrysler bankruptcies have filed for congressionally-mandated arbitration, reports Automotive News [sub]. 409 of the 789 culled Chrysler dealers and over 1,000 of the 2,000 culled GM dealers have paid the $1,625 to file for arbitration, and will move into the next phase of the process: agreeing on an arbitrator. Having threatened to sabotage the process with a lawsuit on constitutional grounds, it’s a bit of a surprise to see Chrysler suddenly validating the arbitration process,but that’s what appears to be taking place. Chrysler tells AN [sub]:

The company looks forward to the expeditious completion of the process. A robust dealer network is a critical component of the group’s strategy of rebuilding a strong and resilient American automaker

Representatives of the culled dealers are optimistic that many could be reinstated when arbitration wraps up in June, but only if Chrysler continues to approach the arbitration process with an open mind. Whether that happens or not will be clear as the process goes on.

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One Comment on “1,550 Culled Dealers Filed For Arbitration...”


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    AccAzda

    1. They need to add another useless brand moniker to the building = RAM.

    2. They need to put something in there.. so it looks busy, much like Chrysler now.

    3. I hope this works out for the better of everyone involved… if they actually look at the whole / entire concept… there are just too many that are overlapping / direct competition with each other.

    4. Then again.. I hoped to get the full list of the GM and or Chrapsler dealers being canned…and that never happened..so maybe there is hope.


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