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The 2018 Toyota Sienna rated marginal in the IIHS' latest passenger-side small-overlap front crash tests, while the 2018 Honda Odyssey received a good rating.
Reader calls for FCA to "do the right thing" and preserve Chrysler's legacy in the wake of CEO Sergio Marchionne's death.
Carvana continued to add new markets in the second quarter while more than doubling revenue and widening its net loss.
Automakers have so far dealt with the downturn in an adult manner — anxious, apparently, to preserve the health of the market even at lower volume.
Sales figures suggest Ram's plan to use its previous-version light-duty truck as a fleet queen isn't going according to plan.
GM seeks tariff exemption for China-made Buick Envision; Nissan sells most of battery unit; Toyota tariff warning; FCA seeks to block Jeep look-alike; Honda standing by green goals.
Fiat Chrysler filed a U.S. trade complaint seeking to prevent Indian automaker Mahindra & Mahindra from importing an off-road vehicle that looks like its iconic Jeep.
Fiat Chrysler said 1,149,237 Ram pickups in the U.S. are estimated to have the defect, along with 260,315 in Canada, 19,432 in Mexico and 25,361 in other markets.
Record sales of the Jeep Wrangler, Cherokee and Compass pushed FCA US deliveries up 5.9 percent in July to 170,970.
Suppliers can take years to research and develop a new alloy. FCA solved a need by partnering with a U.S. national lab.
Sergio Marchionne, the man in black and self-proclaimed fixer who plucked Chrysler from the ashes of bankruptcy in 2009 and hitched it to Fiat to create a money-making global automaker, has died. He was 66.
Fiat Chrysler's choice of Jeep boss Mile Manley as Sergio Marchionne's successor shows that the automaker's future success depends on its iconic offroad brand.
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