This morning, it was brought to my attention that when you visited the Chrysler.com website, the first image you are shown is what you see above.
In 1969 I graduated from an Engineering College. A lot us purchased a new car upon graduation and Muscle Cars were flying off dealer lots. I saw a bright blue '69 Roadrunner, 383, white interior and Hurst 4 speed. I test drove it and had to have it. I paid around $2500 for it and the wife didn't drive at all. We have had Mopars for the last 30 consecutive years.
Since the Dodge Challenger debuted back in 2008, there has been a steady rumor that the Cuda would be returning to the Chrysler Group lineup.
When the Chrysler Group offered up their first teaser images of vehicles coming to the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, the American performance world was set ablaze with the prospect of an all-wheel d
It is unfortunate that when most people talk about luxury sedans, the Chrysler brand doesn’t come up as often as it should.
As the old ‘50s cop-dramas used to say, “We can do this the easy way, or the hard way…” That seems to be the message Fiat Chrysler Automobiles U.S. (FCA US) is trying to send General Motors.
If you pay any attention to the American auto industry, you are surely well aware that the Chrysler Group has recently come under fire when a pair of hackers were able to gain control of a Jeep Che
If you look at the list of the bestselling cars over each of the past three years, the bestselling car in America with the Toyota Camry followed by the Honda Accord – both of which are midsized sed
Like an old friend revisited...
Back in 2005, the new Chrysler LX platform was introduced with the Chrysler 300 sedan and the Dodge Magnum sport wagon in the USA.
The Dealer Principal usually has his own target he wants his Managers and staff to achieve.
When the Chrysler 300 was first making a splash in the American performance car world in the 1950s and 1960s, it was called the “businessman’s muscle car because it offered impressive performance i
Toyota recently updated its venerable Camry. The all-new 2015 XSE Camry trim features a new exterior, interior, and other changes.
Since before the ill-fated SRT brand existed, the Chrysler Group high performance SRT package had been available on a variety of vehicles over the years ranging from the 4-cylinder Dodge Neon to th
Market moves and the upcoming showcase of the 2016 Nissan Titan, especially in its diesel form, as well as the quiet downplay of the obvious upcoming changes to the smaller Frontier pickup