Fiat dealers in America are unsurprisingly finding it difficult to turn a profit by selling just a subcompact, and are hoping that the new products hitting the US will help boost sales.
Fiat is an Italian automaker known for building small cars, as well as aircraft and trains. The Fiat 500 being sold in America marks Fiats return to the US after 25 years of absence. Fiat acquired the Chrysler brand family in 2009. Models to watch: Fiat 500,500L
Confirming plans by Fiat to grow the brand by growing the size of its products, a photo of the Fiat 500 XL has leaked onto the net.
Fiat has reached a milestone with its 500 model, producing the one millionth unit at the Tychy factory on April 19.
Last last year Fiat unveiled its electric 500e during the L.A. Auto Show, a car that Chrysler will take a $10,000 bath on every time it sells according to CEO Sergio Marchionne.
Fiat has announced pricing for the 2013 500e, with MSRP set at $32,500 while leasing is available at just $199 a month for 36 months with $999 due at signing.
Fiat is planning on adding an automatic transmission to the 500 Abarth in an effort to make the car more accessible to a wider range of customers.
Fiat finally unveiled its electric car during last year’s L.A. Auto Show and when it goes on sale in California this summer it will come with a free alternative vehicle.
Sources close to both Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne and Audi CEO Rupert Stadler have confirmed that the automakers are in discussion on a major deal that could see Alfa Romeo being sold to the German automaker.
What’s the most important step a manufacturer undertakes when creating a new car? Building a great chassis? Getting the interior ergonomics right? Providing the perfect drivetrain to complement the new product? Nope. All wrong. The really, really important factor for any new car is getting the name right. All joking aside, a vehicle’s name is…
These days, Abarth is probably best known in the U.S. for its performance tuned Fiat 500s. This year, the brand will be bringing four specially-tuned units to the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
A Chrysler Group executive has said that Fiat dealerships meeting sales and customer service goals will be the first to get the Alfa Romeo 4C when it goes on sale in America.
Chrysler believes that Alfa Romeo, once brought back to the U.S., will eventually outsell the Fiat brand in America.
The upcoming Maserati Levante SUV will not be produced in Detroit as previously announced. Instead one of Fiat’s plants in Turin, Italy will be making the new luxury SUV.
Fiat is looking into building a low-cost brand that would rival Nissan-Renault’s Dacia, according to CEO Sergio Marchionne.
Chrysler’s exclusive attitude about which dealers will be allowed to sell the SRT Viper doesn’t seem to have thinned the lineup for certification much. In fact, the roster is almost full.
There will be at least 10 nameplates available in North America between the Fiat and Alfa Romeo brands for North American buyers by 2016.
Arguably electric cars are the future of the automotive industry. They promise smooth, quiet, pollution-free driving, but are they ready for primetime? If recent news is any indicator, the answer is a resounding “NO!”
As automotive partnerships go, a new relationship budding between Mazda and Fiat promises only exciting things, as both companies announced today that a deal has been finalized to produce a new Alfa-Romeo roadster based on the next generation Mazda MX-5.
Fiat has unveiled two design studies that will make their official debut at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show tomorrow.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has rated the 2013 Fiat 500e at 122 MPGe in the city and 108 MPGe on the highway, giving the electric Fiat a combined rating of 116 MPGe.
Jeep plans to increase its stable of models from four to at least six by 2016, with three of those future Jeep models built on platforms from Fiat.
Jeep just might be the thing to tug Fiat out of its European money mire like a winch-wearing Wrangler pulling a stranger’s truck from a mud bog.
To celebrate the lives of the mothers who will drive them, Fiat has just released a music video entitled “The Motherhood’ feat. Fiat 500L,” which the brand says is “dedicated to all those women who have to be all things to all people and live it large on a daily basis.”
Interested in a Fiat or Chrysler and currently driving around in a Volkswagen? The automaker is now offering a $1,000 rebate to current VW owners in America if they wish to buy a Fiat or Chrysler vehicle.