Take Five is a look at five new, refreshed or retooled vehicles that are destined for or have recently entered the Canadian market. Here are some offerings from Chevrolet, Ram, Dodge, Lincoln and BMW.
The aging full-size sedan will be eliminated in 2020, ending a 15-year production run. There is no word yet on what the end of the vehicle's production will mean at FCA's assembly plant in Brampton, Ont.
More than 2,000 people, including townsfolk, Fiat workers, politicians, and corporate executives, gathered in a packed Turin cathedral for a memorial service to honor the late Fiat Chrysler CEO, Sergio Marchionne.
FCA CEO Mike Manley will announce his management team by the end of September, the company's chairman said at a shareholder meeting.
President Donald Trump is “weaponizing” uncertainty in his campaign to force U.S. companies to repatriate manufacturing, said a recent report by the C.D. Howe Institute.
Philosophically, Canada's FCA dealers like what the late CEO Sergio Marchionne was about, but the immediate problem they want new CEO Mike Manley to deal with is a shortage of Ram truck models.
Under the late Sergio Marchionne, FCA used strong-arm tactics on suppliers to drive for the lowest price for parts, said John Henke, president of Planning Perspectives. Henke said that needs to change under Mike Manley.
FCA's new CEO Mike Manley intends to fulfill the late Sergio Marchionne's vision, but he's not Canadian. That lack of connection — and China being a priority for the automaker — is creating some angst.
Soon after news of Sergio Marchionne's death broke in July, Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens announced that flags would fly at half-staff. He now wants officials to consider a permanent memorial for the man many believe saved the city.
In certain vehicles, gas bubbles can form in the brake fluid and lead to “a soft brake pedal feel."
Fiat Chrysler's Brampton, Ont., assembly plant is in the midst of a five-week shutdown as the automaker retools its aging paint shop there. The upgrades are part of a $325 million commitment FCA made to the plant in 2016.
Take Five is a look at five new or upgraded vehicles that are destined for or have recently entered the Canadian market. Here is a sampling of vehicles from Rolls-Royce, Mercedes-Benz, Subaru, FCA and GM.