The Canadian government is closely watching a U.S. investigation into Fiat Chrysler diesel engines as it determines which next steps to take in Canada, where 39,000 vehicles are being looked at.
FCA Canada is making all-weather driving easier by adding all-wheel-drive to the Dodge Challenger lineup.
Fiat Chrysler will keep the Dodge Grand Caravan around a little longer than planned as it continues to ramp up sales of the old minivan's more expensive new line mate, the Chrysler Pacifica.
Transport Canada is investigating what it calls “a few” complaints of Dodge Ram pickups and Durango utility vehicles rolling while the transmission is in the park position
FCA is reportedly re-opening the order process for the final production run of the Dodge Viper, but only in the United States as multiple Ontario dealerships say they have been unable to order the sports car.
An information package distributed to Unifor members at a supplier in Windsor, Ont., during a ratification vote Nov. 7 appears to firm up the end date of the Dodge Grand Caravan.
The Dodge Challenger coupe and Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 sedans, all of which are built in Brampton, Ont., won't be redesigned onto the automaker's new Giorgio platform until the 2021 model year
AutoCanada Inc., which is based in Edmonton, now has 56 dealerships and more than 3,700 employees in eight provinces after buying Wellington Motors in Guelph, Ont.
About 10,000 Dodge Ram pickup trucks and some Ontario-built Charger police cruisers are being recalled in Canada because they are prone to an electrical short that may cause engine-compartment fires.
Fiat Chrysler's Ram brand introduced a high-powered, off-road concept version of the Ram Rebel, dubbed the Rebel TRX, Thursday at the State Fair of Texas. The concept pickup features a 575-hp, 6.2-liter, supercharged V-8 engine, making it the most powerful pickup FCA has ever built.
The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica is the only minivan to have earned the U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's highest possible safety rating.
Even as Fiat Chrysler plans to outsource compact and midsize sedans to another manufacturer, CEO Sergio Marchionne says he is “totally” committed to engineering and building the company's large cars in-house. But the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger may be developed off different platforms.