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Fiat Chrysler plans major styling changes to the Ram pickup for 2019 as evidenced by new spy photos of the truck at the company's technical center near Detroit.
The user's guide for the next-generation Jeep Wrangler has been leaked before the start of production, showing some of the off-roader's modern goodies.
Being engaged, accessible and caring starts at the top at Volkswagen of Kearny Mesa, the No. 1 medium-size dealership among this year's 100 Best Dealerships To Work For.
FCA has rescinded the information it filed with NHTSA concerning the power output of the 2.0-liter turbocharged I-4 engine it plans to put in some versions of the upcoming 2018 Jeep Wrangler.
EcoDiesel-powered 2017 Ram 1500s have finally begun to show up on dealership lots after federal regulators approved their sale.
The redesigned 2018 Jeep Wrangler will feature an optional turbocharged 2.0-liter I-4 engine that produces 368 hp.
Volkswagen brand sales shot up 33 percent in September, thanks in large part to its new pair of three-row crossovers.
FCA sales dropped 9.7 percent in September on a sharp pullback of fleet sales, while the automaker's sales at retail ticked up slightly.
In the true spirit of Jeep, workers at FCA's Toledo plant are getting to experience what the Wrangler can do firsthand.
VW, looking to add momentum to a rebound in U.S. sales following emissions violations, is expanding warranties that will be twice the duration of those at most competitors.
I did something this week that I've never done before: I carried an auto loan to its full term and paid off a car. Over the past five years, my Ford C-Max wasn't trouble-free, but damn close.
Maserati enthusiasts are accustomed to waiting for new models — which is good, because the brand's product plans are running into delays.
A more fuel-efficient Wrangler will debut in early 2018, with a Wrangler-based pickup to follow the next year.
With three nameplates now making up Alfa Romeo's U.S. lineup, Fiat Chrysler's resurrection of the brand gets more complicated given the global decline in sedan and coupe sales.
Fiat's U.S. lineup will be freshened over the next three years, including the 500 minicar.
Dodge will put the Challenger and Charger through yet another refresh cycle. The next step will be a redesign for both models onto the platform underpinning the Maserati Ghibli.
With the exception of a few major projects for its Jeep and Ram brands, FCA has slowed some product development activities while trying to hit aggressive financial targets for 2018 that the automaker set in 2014.
Chrysler's thin product lineup will be bolstered — eventually — with a pair of crossovers while its only sedan will stay on its current platform for another cycle.
Ram and Chevy's Silverado are in a horse race for second place in the lucrative full-size pickup segment behind the Ford F series this year.
Volkswagen priced its updated 2017 e-Golf, which now boasts a 125-mile range, at $31,315, including an $820 delivery charge.
Audi is is busily redesigning, refreshing and expanding its existing lineup, especially its crossovers.
Volkswagen Group's massive global electrification strategy, which uses as many as three new EV platforms, will take place alongside the normal cadence of redesigns and freshenings of existing models.
Volkswagen has bulked up on crossovers, now it needs to update its core fleet of sedans.
Forget Cap and Thor and Iron Man, et al.; a real-life Avengers mystery is unfolding in Fiat Chrysler's monthly sales reports.
Volkswagen will give its dealers first rights to acquire hundreds of thousands of repaired diesel vehicles returned through their stores under recalls stemming from the company's diesel emissions scandal.
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