Now that our sporty-car shoot out is over, you’d think its time to return back to the hum-drum world of boring compacts and economy cars, but you’re wrong. This week we have two serious performance cars and two all-wheel drive, six-cylinder cars ready to tackle a cut-throat segment.
Chrysler is one part of the so called ‘Big Three’ based in Detroit. Chrysler focuses on building moderately affordable cars that tend to have a luxury feel., as well as being the biggest player in the Mini Van segment. Chrysler is now owned by Italian based Fiat. Some classic Chrysler models are the 300C and Town and country. New models to watch: Chrysler 200
The 2015 Chrysler 200 is as safe as it gets.
Chrysler announced its second quarter and six-month financial results today, marking a profit of $619 million from April through June.
Computer security researchers have concluded that three popular vehicles are also the most hackable.
The 2015 North American Car and Truck/Utility of the Year long list has been announced.
Chrysler’s upcoming seven-passenger crossover could be built on a minivan platform.
Chrysler says that it can have a recall to fix around 1.56 million Jeeps finished by March, much sooner than the timeline of a few years the company estimated as first.
According to a report from a German business publication, Volkswagen has approached Fiat about a possible buy out, though Fiat denies the claims.
Chrysler has announced a recall that affects 895,000 SUVs over wiring issues in the vanity mirror.
Ask AutoGuide, the internet’s premiere vehicular-advice column is back in business. But like a long-running Broadway musical you’d better act fast because this is strictly a limited-time engagement.
Auto production plants usually shut down for about two weeks in July to provide employees with a vacation and to give the company time to upgrade or inspect their facilities, but strong sales are leaving no extra time to stop the assembly line.
Chrysler’s jump into diesel is paying off, enough so that the brand is asking its supplier to send more of the oil burning engines.
On American Independence Day, better known as the 4th of July, we celebrate everything to do with the United States of America, and where would this nation be without its cars.
Chrysler has resumed production on the SRT Viper sports car.
Nearly 696,000 vehicles are being added to a recall campaign that Chrysler announced in March, 2011.
Later this year the V6 Jeep Cherokee or four-cylinder Chrysler 200 will both add engine start-stop (ESS) technology to their list of standard equipment.
This year’s JD Power Initial Quality Study had a few surprises and you might be shocked to hear which vehicles were most problem free.
Two investigations covering 1.2 million vehicles could make Chrysler the next company to announce a major recall to fix faulty ignition switches.
Chrysler is extending the warranty on one of its most popular engines.
NHTSA has officially reopened an investigation into airbag defects that could lead to even more recalls.
There was a time when American automakers needed bailing out, and now those same automakers are giving back.
The latest series of Chrysler commercials focus on the new 200 mid-size sedan first shown during the Detroit Auto Show.
Chrysler is recalling several models over the course of two campaigns.
The Walter P. Chrysler Museum will once again open its doors to the public.