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Freeze It Again, Tony: 2018 Fiat 500 Urbana Edition
Faced with a tough market, what’s an automaker to do when trying to make noise in a crowded arena? Introduce a special edition, of course. Fiat’s done just that with its 2018 Fiat 500 Banana Cabana
UK Financial Watchdog Warns Over Unregistered Crypto Brokerage
The U.K.'s Financial Conduct Authority has warned investors over an unregistered brokerage that appears to be offering crypto-related derivatives.
Would you pay $17 a month to give your older Ford connectivity?
Filed under: Aftermarket,Ownership,Chevrolet,Chrysler,Ford,GM,Toyota,Gadgets,Infotainment,Technology When it was first introduced in 2007, there was nothing like the original Ford Sync
Breaking Up Isn’t Hard to Do: Fiat Chrysler Announces Parts Division Spin-off
As Magneti Marelli prepares for its 100th birthday next year, the Italian parts supplier can expect to mark the occasion while newly single. In a bid to streamline its operations, Fiat Chrysler
UK Finance Watchdog Issues Warning on Crypto Derivatives
The Financial Conduct Authority has warned that firms offering services around crypto derivatives and ICOs "likely" need to be authorized.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio Is…
Spine-tingling refreshing. It’s not normal to begin a car review by giving away the final verdict, but I took this one a little bit more personal than most. You see, Alfa Romeo is a brand that I have
Buy/Drive/Burn: It’s a 2018 Full-size Sedan Showdown
A recent report on the potential demise of the long-running Taurus nameplate brought mixed reactions in the comments section, and is still doing so as of this writing. Said report also inspired
Fiat Chrysler Can Look Forward to a Big Summer Eco Payout
When Fiat Chrysler Automobiles regails the class with a “how I spend my summer” story this fall, expect some mention of handing over large sums of money to state and federal governments. The U.S.
Dodge Offers the Ultimate Two-for-one Deal With Demon/Viper Auction
Mopar fans are among the most steadfast automotive enthusiasts in history. Their ability to openly express their love for post-war luxury, classic muscle, and turbocharged compacts from the 1980s
Final Dodge Demon and Dodge Viper to be auctioned off for charity
Filed under: Dodge,Auctions,Coupe,Performance A little while ago we wrote about the Dodge Viper factory being recommissioned into a museum that will hold the historic cars originally
Ace of Base: 2018 Chrysler Pacifica L
Yes, yes, yes. I know that most of you wouldn’t sign on the line that is dotted for a minivan, and, honestly, neither would I. It makes no sense, really, given that a large box-shaped living room on
Buy/Drive/Burn: The 2018 Mid-size Import Sedan Showdown
This will be our third Sedan Showdown in a row. Kicking us off were some basic full-size models, and through the “Not nice enough!” complaints, the Charger took home the win. Giving the people what
After Exorcising Its Demon, Dodge Looks Ready to Improve on the Hellcat
What can an automaker do after its limited-run, 840-horsepower performance flagship shuffles off into the afterlife? Move the second-highest rung a little higher. That appears to be what Dodge is
Jeep Wrangler JK Production Ends Friday; Model Will Cheerfully and Capably Dig Its Own Grave
Amid all the hoopla surrounding the new 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL, you’d be forgiven for not realizing there are still versions of the old model rolling off Jeep’s Toledo assembly line. But not for long.
Fiat Chrysler surprises with more aggressive debt cut in first quarter
MILAN (Reuters) - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) erased more debt in the first quarter than expected, putting the group on course to become cash positive by the end of this year, and confirmed its
Fiat Chrysler cuts debt by more than expected
MILAN (Reuters) - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) reduced its debts by more than expected in the first quarter, putting the carmaker well on course to become cash positive later this year.
Fiat Chrysler profit up as it closes in on retiring its debt
Filed under: Chrysler,Dodge,Fiat,Jeep,RAM Fiat Chrysler Automobiles reduced its debt by more than expected in the first quarter, putting the carmaker well on course to become cash positive
Fiat Chrysler’s Pulling Out All the Stops to Boost Ram Sales Numbers
2019 Ram 1500s have begun arriving on dealer lots, but only in limited numbers. Not every trim and drivetrain configuration is currently available, as V6-powered models are not yet eligible for sale.
“We Sucked At The 2017 Launch Of The Maserati Levante”, Says Marchionne
FCA's CEO isn't afraid to admit that the launch of the Maserati Levante was disappointing . |
Jeep ends Wrangler JK production after 12 years of success
After nearly 12 years on the market, Jeep has ended production of its wildly successful Wrangler JK model. The last vehicle, a white Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited, rolled off the assembly line at the