Stellantis Reportedly Showed Off Midsized RAM EV Pickup Concept To Dealers

Is a smaller, fully electric Ram truck coming soon?

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8 of the Most Hilariously Awful Craigslist Ads We've Seen

Craigslist is a one-stop online marketplace where you can find just about anything.

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Chrysler Expands Airbag Recall to 3.3M Vehicles

Chrysler is the latest automaker to give in to NHTSA’s demands of expanding the airbag recall.

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Ford, Chrysler Looking to Get Back in Small Pickup Market?

The Ford F-150, Chevy Silverado, Ram 1500 and Toyota Tundra have all seen updates in the past year, but what about smaller pickups which are seen as more affordable and fuel efficient? Well, they may be on the way back to relevance.

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Mopar 'Top Eliminator' Finalists Announced: You Help Choose the Winner

The first-ever online version of the Mopar ‘Top Eliminator’ program has revealed its 10 finalists, after having gone through nearly 80 entries. Fans can now vote for their favorite in crowning one lucky winner.

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Dodge Dakota Officially Axed

In not-so-shocking news, Chrysler has officially pulled the plug on the Dodge Dakota compact pickup’s production. The expected move will result in 39 temporary workers losing their jobs and could lead to additional layoffs at Chrysler’s Warren Truck Plant where the Ram 1500 pickup is also produced. The union currently believes that layoffs could reach 150 or more at the plant with the Dakota’s production now discontinued.

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Dodge Dakota Replacement Confirmed; RAM, Jeep Considering New Pickup Models

Dominating the headlines following Chrysler‘s first dealer meeting in three years yesterday was news of a new Viper planned for 2012. But apart from headline-grabbing sports cars, Chrysler execs made plenty of comments regarding the company’s commitment to the truck and SUV segment.

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ESC Absent in 2010 Hyundai Accent, Chevrolet Aveo, Says Consumer Reports

Consumer watchdog, Consumer Reports has released its list of 2010 cars, which includes the Hyundai Accent and the Chevrolet Aveo, that do not come with the electronic stability control (ESC) safety feature.

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