Chrysler Recalls Over 214,000 Vehicles in US

Chrysler announced recalls on several vehicles today across its range of brands totaling over 214,000 vehicles.

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Chrysler Recalls 78,200 SUVs for Loose Tunnel Shield

Both the 2007 and 2008 4×2  Jeep Liberty and Dodge Nitro are being recalled because the tunnel shield could come loose.

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Tow Rating Standoff to Continue: Report

Ford, Chrysler and General Motors make big business out of light-duty pickup trucks, but they ignore agreed-upon test procedures to measure and standardize towing capacities.

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Chrysler 300 Diesel Under Consideration: Report

Chrysler is on a bit of a diesel kick these days with the new Grand Cherokee and RAM 1500, and the newest product being considered for an oil burner is the Chrysler 300.

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Chrysler Considering Ford SVT Raptor Competitor

Mopar and Chrysler have been working tightly to offer aftermarket components on factory vehicles, and now the two are considering a production truck that would rival the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor.

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Top 10 Trucks for Urban Cowboys

Once upon a time trucks were built for work. They had manual door locks, crank windows and AM radios, if they had any sound system at all. Leather seats, air conditioning and voice-activated distractions were out of the question. Like a framing hammer, pickups were simple and effective.

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2013 Chrysler 200 S Special Edition Gets Carhartt Upgrades

Chrysler has partnered with Michigan-based clothing manufacturer Carhartt on a special-edition 200 S sedan. This 2013.5 model is meant to represent blue-collar values and hard work, just like the two companies involved in its creation.

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Detroit Three, Koreans Steal Small-Car Market Share From Japanese

General Motors, Ford and Chrysler, along with their South Korean competitors are increasing sales to the coveted youth demographic. Their growth comes at the expense of Japanese automakers that are losing ground in this segment.

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2015 Chrysler 200 Set for Detroit Auto Show Debut With 9-Speed Transmission

Sales for the Chrysler 200 are on the up-tick, but that won’t stop the American automaker from cutting short production as it gears-up to introduce a dramatically updated model.

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2013 Nissan Frontier Gets Lower Price, Higher MPG

Along with V8 engines and the manual transmission, compact pickups are on the endangered automotive species list. To fend-off extinction, Nissan has made a few important changes to the 2013 Frontier to lift its sales.

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Top 10 Most Inconspicuous New Vehicles

Are you self-conscious? Don’t like to stand out in a crowd? Would you rather blend into the background than be the center of attention? Well, when it comes to the automotive world, you are in luck. Some vehicles seem to have skipped class when it came time for their styling lesson. This is not to say they are ugly, but more that they lack any style whatsoever.

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February 2013 Auto Sales: GM, Ford Lead as Industry Reports 4% Percent Growth

Today is the 1st of March and that only means one thing… February is rapidly fading into the rear-view mirror. How well did automakers fare in the second month of the year?  Here’s a look at some of the big sales stories from the last 28 days.

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Alfa Romeo to Outsell Fiat in America: Chrysler Exec

Chrysler believes that Alfa Romeo, once brought back to the U.S., will eventually outsell the Fiat brand in America.

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2013 SRT Viper Designed to Be a Convertible: CEO Says

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the 2013 SRT Viper is almost certain to be offered as a convertible. Despite that, SRT brand boss Ralph Gilles is still playing coy.

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"Defiance" Dodge Charger is a Post-Apocalyptic Crime Fighting Machine

Hollywood and the automobile industry share a rich history. Since the first motion pictures debuted cars have played a starring role, something that’s still true today, especially on the small screen.

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