2012 Mopar Jeep Compass "True North" Details Released

Chrysler released details on the Mopar Jeep Compass “True North” today, along with three other vehicles meant to mark their 75th anniversary, all of which will be on display at the 2012  Chicago International Auto Show.

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Chrysler 300 Gets Mopar Treatment, Becomes Chrysler '12

The Mopar ’12 300, as it’s being called, is a souped up version of the 2012 Chrysler 300.

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Barack Obama's 2005 Chrysler 300C For Sale For $1 Million

Would you pay a million bucks to put your butt in the same place as Barack Obama? Yeah, we wouldn’t either.

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Chrysler 100 Hatchback Could Be a Possibility

Now that the Dodge Caliber production has ended, Chrysler will no longer have a hatchback offering in any of their models. It turns out that Chrysler has been thinking the same thing and is possibly considering building a compact hatchback for their Chrysler brand.

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Fiat/Chrysler Reveal Product Future, Dodge Avenger Lives

While past reports have suggested that the Dodge Avenger is dead, speculation has apparently been a bit premature. Chrysler/ Fiat have plans for a number of new cars in the future including the introduction of new midsize sedans which will update the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Avenger for 2013. The new Avenger and 200 will be based on the Dodge Dart platform. Chrysler/Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne also intends to have a Chrysler premium compact hatchback in the mix, known for now as the “Chrysler 100.” If given the ‘okay’ for production, then the Chrysler hatch will be exported as Fiat European luxury brand Lancia as well.

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Marchionne Says Improving Chrysler Dealership Customer Satisfaction a Top Priority

Despite Chrysler experiencing a 26-percent growth in sales last year, CEO Sergio Marchionne is still not pleased with the customer experiences at Chrysler’s dealerships.

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Chrysler Mulling Australian V8 Supercar Entry for 2013

Ford and General Motors could have an all-too-familiar rival in the V8 Supercar series and despite some rumors, it won’t be from German or Japan. Hailing from the other side of the world, where they’re cross-town rivals, Chrysler is tipped as the latest possibly entry into the touring car championship.

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Chrysler Celebrates the Assembly of Its Millionth Pentastar V6

Two years ago the first Pentastar V6 engine rolled off the line. The person who made it might not have known, but that engine was the first of what would prove to be one of the best engines in the world.

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Dodge Dart Will Get Hyundai Transmission

Hyundai Motor America CEO John Krafcik recently confirmed that they’ll be supplying Chrysler with the six-speed automatic transmission that will be found in the new Dodge Dart.

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CAFE Regs Could Add $5000 to the Price of New Vehicles

That’s according to a statement made by Don Chambers, chairman of the National Automobile Dealers’ Association (NADA) government relations committee.

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Ohio and Missouri Governors Visit NAIAS to Talk Investment With Manufacturers

Ohio Governor John Kasich and Missouri Governor Jay Nixon made a visit to Detroit this week during the North American International Auto Show in an effort to bring U.S. automotive manufacturing to their respective states.

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Chrysler Considering Axing Dodge Avenger To Focus On 200

Rumors are brewing that Chrysler may be considering dropping their Dodge Avenger within three years in order to focus on the better-selling Chrysler 200 sedan – which is built on the same platform as the Avenger.

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2013 Viper SRT to Be Sold Exclusively to Viper Faithful

The 2013 Viper SRT is already high in demand – and it’s not on the market yet. If you’re one of the many who can’t wait to buy one, you may be out of luck – unless, that is, you already own a Viper or belong to the Viper Club of America.

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Chrysler Reserves Diesel Engines For Large Vehicles

The fuel wars are heating up as automakers search for new ways to squeeze more mileage out of their cars. While some might take this chance to preach doom and gloom for future cars, ChryslerFiat CEO Sergio Marchionne isn’t ready to call the Road Warrior just yet.

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Jeep Wrangler Production Ramping Up to Meet Increased Demand

According to a plan instigated by both Chrysler and the United Auto Worker’s union, an agreement between the two parties calls for a boost in Wrangler output to 90 vehicles a day at the Toledo Supplier Park  facility in Ohio (the only one that builds the traditional Jeep), by June 2012.

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