FCA will be replacing much of their lineup over the next 4 years. This makes sense since the FCA lineup is older than the industry average. Each year FCA will replace 22% of its lineup up to the year 2019.
So what does FCA have in store for us over the next 4 years...
2016: Fiat 500X, and Dodge Charger.
2017: Town and Country minivan, Dodge Dart, Chrysler 100
, Jeep Patriot and Dodge Journey.
2018: Chrysler Pacifica, new Ram truck, Dodge Horizon sedan, Jeep Wrangler, and Grand Cherokee.
2019: Jeep Grand Wagoneer
All this is going to happen while FCA tries to revamp Alfa Romeo with new models, like the Giulia sedan. It will also be occurring while Sergio Marchionne continues to try to find a partner to merge with. So FCA certainly has a full plate over the next 4 years.
Another to note with FCA is its lack of "green" options. It lags behind its competitors when it comes to electric and/or hybrid vehicles.