Yes, but they are also closed on Sunday. It’s April 14th on Sunday. The Brampton plant will reopen for full production on Monday, April 15th. Normal production should resume starting on April 15th." FCA's factory in Brampton, Ontario will be down from April 1 to April 13"
I hope mine isn't on the docket to stat building the first day back after 2 weeks off lol. I'm good with it taking another week or so before it rolls onto the line.
If only someone had warned you about customer service's (especially chat's) unreliability many, many posts ago.I spoke to someone on Dodge live chat and they told me that the "tentative build date week" for my Challenger is sometime on the week of April 15th which is this week. I just got on live chat a few minutes ago and the person on the other end told me that they couldn't find the "tentative build date week" of April 15th that was given to me just 3 days ago on Friday, April the 12th.
At D1 they should should have an estimated build date. Your dealer might have some info too. Sometimes if you call customer service back and get someone else you'll get better info. Yes, it can get a little screwed up talking with them then next time you call they have the info, I'd just try again tomorrow.
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Do the 2019 Challengers require holes to be drilled into the bumper like the pre-2015 cars? I was hoping by now they used a hidden flange to secure the bracket. Ridiculous if they have not modified the brackets.And even though my state requires two plates I have aleady requested the dealer does not drill into my front bumper for the front plate I will deal with that on my own there are plenty of aftermarket options that don't screw up the front bumper. Also I don't want to see any dealer stickers on it when I come to inspect it.
Nope, still the same.Do the 2019 Challengers require holes to be drilled into the bumper like the pre-2015 cars? I was hoping by now they used a hidden flange to secure the bracket. Ridiculous if they have not modified the brackets.