Waymo, the subsidiary spun from Google to handle autonomous driving, today started offering commercial service with its self-driving, Canada-made Chrysler Pacifica hybrid minivans. The service is called Waymo One.
Fiat Chrysler's Jeep, after a nearly 14-year tease of just-over-the-horizon promises and someday-soon product plans, showed the first production pickup to carry the brand's name in a generation: the 2020 Gladiator.
We know Jeep is building a Wrangler-inspired pickup -- it's just a matter of what it'll be named, what it will look like and when it will show up. Well, the folks at JeepScrambler Forum answered some of those questions.
Much of FCA Canada's 2018 sales decline can be attributed to the Ram brand, which has struggled this year despite having a redesigned pickup to sell in a market that heavily favours pickups and light trucks.
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.
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.
In certain vehicles, gas bubbles can form in the brake fluid and lead to “a soft brake pedal feel."
The pickups recalled in Canada account for a little more than a fifth of the North American total. FCA says an internal component may break over time.
Comments by the company and its chairman suggest that the 66-year-old has become gravely ill weeks after undergoing shoulder surgery.
Fiat Chrysler is giving a formal name to the outgoing Ram "DS" half-ton pickup: Ram 1500 Classic.
In his last big presentation as CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles before retiring, Sergio Marchionne announced a big investment push to make more electrified cars, while acknowledging that traditional engines will continue to dominate production for some time.
A flurry of new and redesigned full-size pickups entering the Canadian market, combined with more midsize trucks and offerings from Japan-based automakers, will widen the battlefront for market share in one of the industry's hottest, most profitable segments.