Dodge did not misspell the name of the Caliber. Not sure where you are
picking that up from. The car has really been selling well here in the
And while were on misspelled names, anyone remember the GMC Syclone? They
couldn't use "Cyclone" (correct spelling) because Mercury owned the rights
to that designation. (I used to have one - Syclone. that is. Damn, that
thing was quick!!!!)
Getting a little nitpicky here, aren't we? The poster's use of "it's" is
entirely correct, at least in the USA. It is merely a contraction of "it
is" in his sentence. You are correct, however, that in its possessive use
(no pun intended) there is no apostrophe.
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