$500,000 Worth Of Cocaine Found In Minivan Purchased From Rental Agency

Charles Preston, bought himself a used Chrysler Town & Country minivan from Thrifty, a rental car office, for $14,000.  But then, when Charles brought the Chrysler to the garage to get its brakes checked out, the mechanic took a look at the window mechanism as well to figure out why it failed to roll down.

Read more
Fiat 500's Slow Sales Leads To Chrysler Worker Layoffs

Slow sales by Fiat are causing layoffs for workers in  Chrysler‘s Global Engine Manufacturing Alliance Plant in Dundee, Mich., responsible for building the 1.4-liter FIRE engine used in the 500.

Read more
Mopar to Launch 'Owner's Center' Website for Chrysler Owners at LA Auto Show

Chrysler‘s Mopar brand has launched a new website dedicated to Chrysler Group owners so that they can regularly view their vehicle information, service history, learn how to use vehicle features, roadside assistance, share vehicle galleries, and receive special offers.

Read more
Dodge Hornet to Bow at Detroit Auto Show, Sized Smaller Than Compact Rivals

Dodge will unveil its new 2013 compact car during the January 2012 Detroit Auto Show. Since this is the first all-new car designed by the combined Chrysler and Fiat Company that will debut three months from now, we are used to expecting information to leak prior to the car’s official unveiling, whether from spies and insiders or scheduled leaks from the company itself.

Read more
Jeep Liberty Replacement May Become Car-Based Crossover

For some, it’s been a long time coming, especially as the current Liberty, despite a fairly recent refresh, is one of the oldest vehicles in the Jeep, or for that matter Chrysler portfolio.

Read more