Chrysler Could Be Next in Ignition Switch Recall Nightmare

Two investigations covering 1.2 million vehicles could make Chrysler the next company to announce a major recall to fix faulty ignition switches.

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Chrysler Pentastar V6 Engine Gets Extended Warranty

Chrysler is extending the warranty on one of its most popular engines.

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Big Three Commit $26M to Save Detroit's Art

There was a time when American automakers needed bailing out, and now those same automakers are giving back.

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Ford, Honda Projected to Gain Market Share in New 'Car Wars' Study

The analysts and number crunchers at Bank of America/Merrill Lynch released the findings of their latest Car Wars study, a report that tracks industry product trends. The results are surprising; market-share fluctuations are expected to remain small. But Ford and Honda are both projected to gain in the coming years with Nissan on track to lose share.

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Chrysler 200 Ads Wax Predictably Patriotic

The latest series of Chrysler commercials focus on the new 200 mid-size sedan first shown during the Detroit Auto Show.

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May 2014 Auto Sales: Winners and Losers

May was a heck of a month in the auto industry. A deluge of recall announcements flooded the news and continued to erode profits, but sales continued to pour in… for some companies.

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Top 10 Worst Vehicle Nicknames

Like ‘em or not, nicknames are a way of life. Perhaps you were called four eyes as a child because of your glasses. If your teeth were bedazzled with braces train tracks may have been a more appropriate term of endearment.

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Fiat Doesn't Want You to Buy the 500e

Fiat- Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne doesn’t want you to buy one the cars his company sells, because it loses him money. 

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2015 Chrysler 200 Orders Hit 10,000 on First Day

Car buyers are excited for the 2015 Chrysler 200 to arrive dealerships.

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Fiat Chrysler Warming up to Hybrids

Fiat Chrysler is feeling the pressure to incorporate hybrids into its lineup in order to meet increasingly strict emission standards.

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Chrysler Posts $690 Million Net Loss in Q1

Despite gaining market share and moving more cars, Chrysler Group posted a $690 million net loss in the first quarter of 2014 due to merger costs. 

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Fiat Chrysler Moving Headquarters to London

Fiat has always been based in Italy while Chrysler is purely American, but the newly minted Fiat Chrysler Automobiles plans to setup its headquarters in London. 

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What You Need to Know About Chrysler's Five-Year Plan


Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles spent May 6 outlining what the next five years of its product plan will look like. These are the most important points.

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Chrysler Keeps Town & Country, Axes Grand Caravan

Chrysler released an onslaught of future product information today including plans for a plug-in hybrid version of the Town and Country minivan.

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Chrysler Future Product Details Announced

Though most auto companies tend to be tight lipped on future products, Chrysler has released a five year plan that shows what’s next under the Pentastar.

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