In May 2012, the Chrysler Group posted a year over year growth of 30%.
PickupTrucks.com took the Ram Runner and the SVT Raptor to the Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreation Area (SVRA) in California, bringing along veteran SCORE International Off-Road Racing Series
The five brands of the Chrysler Group posted an overall improvement of 20% in April 2012 compared to April 2011; made more impressive by the fact that there were only 24 days to sell vehicles last
In addition to being named the official vehicle of the Kentucky Derby and the official truck of Churchill Downs, attendees at this weekend’s lineup of high profile thoroughbred horse races in Kentu
The Fiat 500 first hit the US market in March 2011 so this March brought about the first chance to compare year over year sales for the sporty Italian compact.
To many drivers around the US, it will be tough to distinguish the 2013 Ram 1500 from the 2012 models but when it comes to consumers visiting dealerships – the 2013 Ram 1500 offers a great deal mor
The Ram Truck brand made a fairly subtle announcement today that, beginning tomorrow (March 31st), the automaker will begin posting images that are “not easily identifiable” will be posted on the R
The Ram Truck Brand announced this contest today and getting your chance to win a trip to attend the 2012 Kentucky Derby is as simple as answering three pretty simple questions.
Second Half in America follows up on the uber popular Super Bowl ad titled Halftime in American and featuring Hollywood tough guy Clint Eastwood but where Halftime in America really didn’t promote
The Ram 2500 will be the first factory-built compressed natural gas (CNG) powered bi-fuel pickup truck. The trucks can run on both CNG and gasoline, giving them flexibility in the field.
The idea of a Pentastar powered 2012 Ram first came up last summer, when several sources reported information from a source inside of the Chrysler Group who claimed that the 3.6L Pentastar V6 found
Chrysler's other vehicle brands include Dodge, Jeep, and Ram Trucks. Why did all these brands receive such a low reliability rating from JD Power and Associates Reliability Survey?
The Chrysler Group’s year over year growth of 44% put them atop the list for January 2012 – besting the next closet automaker (Jaguar/Land Rover) by 13%.
It has been a great year for the Chrysler Group, climbing out of “bailout status” with the help of new parent company Fiat SpA and throughout the year, their brands have been among the strongest in