Chrysler has always lived under the shadow of GM and Ford in the US motoring landscape. It currently resides within the FCA Group (Fiat/Chrysler). Recently its future was mapped out and Jeep was the main focus, followed by RAM. Chrysler will continue as is, while Dodge looks to become a performance specialist brand.
In recent times, it's Jeep that has been the mainstay of the company in Australia, with Dodge and Chrysler providing supporting roles. In 2014, 3% share was reached which is a good result based around the Grand Cherokee model. However, since then sales have fallen quite sharply due to poor customer satisfaction issues.
There is a determination to win back customer confidence but as of now that is a wait and see proposition. These things take time and with so much competition, keeping the customer happy isn't optional.