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Chrysler Group Name Dumped, American Automaker Rechristened FCA US


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What’s in a name? As far as Chrysler is concerned, a history of 89 years since Walter P Chrysler founded the company that bore his name. Well, that name is no more as the automaker will, from now on, be known as FCA US LLC.

NHTSA Lambasts Chrysler for Limiting Recalls Concerning Faulty Airbags


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Last Friday, National Highway Traffic Safety Association Deputy Chief David Friedman called out Chrysler for its decision to limit an earlier recall for defective passenger-side airbag deflators.

Chrysler Engines To Get More Direct Injection, More Turbos


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After rolling out lots of new models since Fiat started calling the shots, Chrysler is now turning to its engines for a revamp and some modern technology.

2018 Jeep Wrangler to Get 8-Speed Auto, Aluminum Body Likely


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It may be extremely capable off-road but, having last been redesigned in 2006, the Jeep Wrangler is getting on a bit, which you can tell by a quick look at its specs.

New Chrysler 300S Coupe Design Study - Meh or Yeah?


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What does the Chrysler brand represent today and what kind of models should it have in its range?

Mercedes, Mini Top J.D. Power New Car Buyers’ Satisfaction Survey


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The new-car buying process can be either a pleasant or a negative experience. Market research company J.D. Power has, for the 28 past years, released an annual study measuring customers’ satisfaction – and its 2014 report makes for an interesting reading.

What Does The 2015 Chrysler 300 Want To Be?


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The little brother is calling the shots, as the 2015 Chrysler 300 gets a modest remodeling to solidify the family ties with the new 200 sedan.

Chrysler 300 Revamped, Gains New 8-Speed Auto Gearbox, SRT Variant Axed


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What with the 60th anniversary of the 300 nameplate, which was unveiled in 1955, and the second generation of Chrysler’s modern iteration of its premium saloon getting on a bit, we expected a fully redesigned model.

FCA to Receive US$2.8 Billion from Ferrari; Espresso Machines’ Future Uncertain


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Less than a month ago, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) CEO Sergio Marchionne announced his plan to spin off Ferrari, the crown jewel in the Group family for 45 years, into a separate entity and list 10 percent of its shares in the stock market.

Color Me Dull: Jeep Grand Cherokee, Dodge Durango Available in Just Four Colors


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If you’re shopping around for a Jeep Grand Cherokee or a Dodge Durango, and want a flashy color, you’d better hurry up as the two models will be available only in black, white, silver or gray until February.

New Cadillac ATS-V and Redesigned Chrysler 300 Confirmed for LA Show


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This month's 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show (Nov. 18-30) will play host to the world premiere of the all-new Cadillac ATS-V and the facelifted Chrysler 300.

CEO Says No 707HP Ram Hellcat Planned Right Now


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Since Dodge built the Ram SRT-10 truck all those years back, it would not be far fetched to conceive Chrysler now putting the 707 hp Hellcat V8 under the bonnet of the current Ram 1500.

It’s a question you’ve probably looked at yourself, if the prospect of seeing the engine in other Chrysler group vehicles aside from the Charger and Challenger.

Dodge Has Over 5,000 Orders for 707HP Challenger SRT Hellcat


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It's not all tattered news for Dodge, which became the Chrysler Group's black sheep in October being the only marque to post a sales decrease over the same month last year.

Chrysler Group Posts Best October Sales Since 2001


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While Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is experiencing yet another quality-related mini-crisis, it's doing quite well overall on the sales front, posting its best October sales since 2001.

Sergio Marchionne Vows To Attack Fiat Chrysler's Quality Issues


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The head of Fiat Chrysler is moving on from the week that saw both Consumer Reports readers flunk the automaker for reliability and his quality chief step down.

Chrysler Recalls 33,443 Light Trucks Over Tire Pressure Monitor Problems


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Judging by the number of recalls in 2014, it seems that many automotive suppliers have lots quality control problems that seriously affect car companies.

Chrysler Quality Chief Resigns Following Reliability Study


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Apparently no one was unhappier about showing how Fiat and Chrysler's cars did in Consumer Reports' 2014 reliability study than Fiat-Chrysler.

Chrysler 200 Is “America’s Import” in New Ad Campaign


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Chrysler wants the world to believe that the all-new 200 is so good that it fools the Japanese, the Germans and the Swedish into thinking it’s a car made in their country.

This 1980 Talbot Lotus Sunbeam is Virtualy Brand New


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This is your chance to own not only a pioneer of the hot hatch segment , the 1980 Talbot Lotus Sunbeam, but also a new car.

Fresh Attempt at Chrysler 200 Coupe Looks Interesting


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This is not the first attempt at imagining a coupe version of the all-new Chrysler 200, but we find it interesting because it adds a fresh interpretation of the car’s rear quarter.