“In what is turning out to be a strong new vehicle sales industry, we continued to outperform,” Reid Bigland, president and CEO / Dodge brand and head of U.S. sales, told reporters today.
Chrysler and Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne explained to the Automotive News that the 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee will be available with a new common rail diesel (CRD) option for the US market.
The 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 is one of the vehicles that company execs are especially proud of, with SRT CEO Ralph Gilles frequently saving “the best for last” when offering a run-down of thei
"Arbitration is looking better than voting for this contract ... VOTE 'NO,' " Chrysler worker Bob Weatherholt said just before 5 p.m. today as the end of business approached.
One bump in the road to getting more money for Chrysler workers has been Marchionne's castigation of King. The auto press refers to the angry note, tongue in cheek, as the "Dear Bob" letter.
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While "substantial progress" has been made and UAW negotiators bargained for about four hours with Chrysler before the sun came up today to get everything done, they didn't get it done.
The Chrysler Group saw a year over year improvement of 27% compared to last September, placing them atop the list in terms of growth.
If the financials are true, the UAW will have squeezed out $2,500 more per person in bonus money for Ford Motor auto workers than it did for their UAW contemporaries at General Motors Co., where ve
Chrysler has announced this recall after a routine, scheduled process audit at a production facility found that there could be debris left in the 3.6L Pentastar V6 when it leaves the manufacturing
The new Stratham Mitsubishi dealership will occupy the former Gil’s Jeep location at 50 Portsmouth Ave. in the small New England town of 7,255 people in Rockingham County.
The NHTSA opened this investigation of the 2002 and 2003 Jeep Liberty models after receiving seven complaints of the airbags opening without proper cause.
In a statement also released on its media Web site, the union for American auto workers said the changes will be "officially" announced in November, but because of widespread speculation "caused by