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Jeep Wrangler redesigned: Fiat Chrysler teases new version of SUV

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Waymo to test self-driving Pacificas on Michigan roads this winter

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Sales up 12% at GM, 8.7% at Ford, as Fiat Chrysler drops 10% in September

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Dodge sees payoff on its Demon hype

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Detroit’s Big 3, Japan diverge on small cars

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FCA cancels Illinois plant event with CEO, union exec

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Consumer group wants feds to order recall of Chrysler Pacificas over stalling
A consumer-advocacy group is calling on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to investigate complaints of stalling in 2017 Chrysler Pacificas and order a recall of 150,000 of the vehicles. The nonprofit Center for Auto Safety issued a news release Monday saying more than 50 people have reported that their Pacifica minivans have stalled without warning and said the center has filed a petition with NHTSA requesting the recall   Read More ...
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Auto safety group seeks Chrysler Pacifica recall
Detroit — An auto safety group is asking the government for a recall of Chrysler Pacifica minivans over complaints that the engines can stall without warning. The Center for Auto Safety petitioned the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Monday, asking for an investigation and a recall of 150,000 minivans from the 2017 model year. The group says over 50 people have complained to the government about stalling and Fiat Chrysler hasn’t been able to fix the problem   Read More ...
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Judge won’t dismiss lawsuit tied to Jeep Liberty crash
Detroit – The family of a pregnant woman who died in a rear-end crash while in a Jeep Liberty has cleared a hurdle in a lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler. A federal judge in Detroit refused to dismiss a lawsuit Thursday filed by the estate of Kayla White. The 23-year-old Detroit-area woman was killed in 2014 when her Jeep Liberty exploded when hit from behind   Read More ...
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1st 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demons on way to dealers
Buy Photo. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has begun shipping the first 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demons to dealers, the company said Friday. The limited-production, 6.2-liter Hemi V8 engine delivers 840-horsepower. Dodge is touting the mega-muscle car is billed as the industry’s first street-legal production drag car. The National Hot Rod Association has certified it as the world’s fastest quarter-mile production vehicle. During tests the Demon covered a quarter-mile in 9   Read More ...
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Photos: 2018 Jeep Wrangler
2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Sahara.   Read More ...
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American-Made Index: Toledo Jeep
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook American-Made Index: Toledo Jeep The Wrangler has been built in Toledo, Ohio, since 1941. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.   Read More ...
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October sales: Ford up; GM, FCA down
General Motors Co. and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV on Wednesday reported sales declines in October, while Ford Motor Co. saw sales jump 6.2 percent compared to the same month a year ago thanks to strong truck and fleet sales. Fiat Chrysler reported a 13 percent drop compared to the same month a year ago, due to a 43 percent decline in fleet sales compared to last year   Read More ...
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Jeep Wrangler redesigned: Fiat Chrysler teases new version of SUV
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles teased the much-anticipated redesigned version of the Jeep Wrangler sport-utility vehicle. The 2018 model-year of the rugged SUV with an iconic place in American military lore bears a significant resemblance to the previous model. Italian-American automaker Fiat Chrysler released three new images of the next-generation Wrangler at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show late Tuesday in Las Vegas   Read More ...
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Jeep teases next-gen Wrangler in Vegas
The wraps come off the hotly anticipated, all-new, 2018 Jeep Wrangler at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Nov. 29. But Jeep can’t help but tease us a little. At a news conference at the Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas on Tuesday afternoon, Jeep showed three exterior pictures of the iconic off-road Wrangler that defines the rugged brand   Read More ...
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Waymo to test self-driving Pacificas on Michigan roads this winter
Dozens of companies in California are reportedly now test self-driving cars, with Samsung being the latest corporation to get permission from the state's Department of Motor Vehicles. In a statement, a spokesman for Samsung said the car company will use a Toyota Prius and two Audi A3s for self-driving tests. According to Business Insider, in addition to tech giants Google and Apple, there are now almost 40 companies with permits to test self-driving cars in California, including carmakers BMW, Honda, Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz   Read More ...
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Maserati to add second SUV as early as 2020
Maserati is slated to add another SUV to its stable. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne, noting that the Italian luxury brand needs a smaller SUV than the five-seater Levante, said Maserati will release the new vehicle probably in 2020. A smaller SUV would allow Maserati to compete in the hot and increasingly competitive compact SUV segment against the likes of the Jaguar E-PACE, Mercedes GLA and Porsche Macan   Read More ...
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Marchionne says FCA is no laggard in autonomous vehicle development
Dozens of companies in California are reportedly now test self-driving cars, with Samsung being the latest corporation to get permission from the state's Department of Motor Vehicles. In a statement, a spokesman for Samsung said the car company will use a Toyota Prius and two Audi A3s for self-driving tests. According to Business Insider, in addition to tech giants Google and Apple, there are now almost 40 companies with permits to test self-driving cars in California, including carmakers BMW, Honda, Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz   Read More ...
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Fiat Chrysler seeks new trial after $40M fire award
Athens, Ga. — Fiat Chrysler is asking Georgia’s highest court for a new trial after the family of a child who died in a Jeep fire was awarded $40 million. If the Georgia Supreme Court isn’t willing to go that far, Fiat Chrysler is asking for the award to be reduced. Remington “Remi” Walden died in 2012 after the Jeep Grand Cherokee he was riding in was hit from behind and burst into flames   Read More ...
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Fiat Chrysler earns $1.07B in record 3rd quarter
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is reporting another good quarter. The Italian-American automaker reported earnings of $1.07 billion (910 million euro) in the third quarter, an increase of 33% over the same period a year ago. The automaker, which has its U.S. headquarters in Auburn Hills, touted a record third-quarter, citing a drop in expenses related to debt reduction, strong performance in North America, a higher margin in Latin America and profits in the luxury Maserati brand   Read More ...
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Consumer Reports: GM Buick makes Top 10 most reliable, Ford and Fiat Chrysler improve
Buy Photo. When it comes to reliability, Ford and Fiat Chrysler have improved their performance ratings among drivers, while General Motors has slipped. Still, GM's Buick is the only U.S. brand to make the latest Top 10 list of most reliable vehicles. The new Chevrolet Bolt electric car was GM's most reliable model, scoring "above average" in Consumer Reports magazine's influential reliability survey   Read More ...
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Feds seize $350K, second luxury pen in FCA-UAW scandal
Detroit — FBI agents have seized $354,000 and rare $35,700 fountain pens during a hunt for money and assets tied to Alphons Iacobelli, the former Fiat Chrysler executive charged in a corruption scandal. Federal court records and interviews offer insight into a search conducted in the background of a $4.5 million corruption case involving one of Detroit’s Big Three automakers and the United Auto Workers   Read More ...
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Fiat Chrysler recalls vehicles for headrest problem
Speculation about the future of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has increased dramatically over the past week with reports first suggesting Jeep could be sold to a Chinese automaker and now reports that Alfa Romeo and Maserati could be spun off into a stand alone company. The various reports have been prompted, in part, by recent comments made by Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne and an awareness that a five-year plan put in place in 2014 will come to an end next year and its future after that includes everything ranging from a sale of some brands to a sale of the entire company   Read More ...
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Fiat Chrysler recalls vehicles for headrest problem
Detroit — Fiat Chrysler is recalling nearly 470,000 older vehicles worldwide to fix a problem with headrests that can malfunction in rear collisions. The recall covers certain 2012 Jeep Liberty SUVs and 2012 and 2013 Chrysler 200 and Dodge Avenger midsize sedans. Fiat Chrysler says a safety restraint control computer can degrade after several years of use. That can stop the headrests from moving forward in a crash to protect front-row occupants from whiplash injuries   Read More ...
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Marchionne confirms Ferrari SUV, rules out Jeep sale
Sergio Marchionne confirmed speculation that Ferrari NV will make its first sport utility vehicle model while tamping down rumors that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV may part ways with Jeep. Ferrari is beyond just considering an SUV and will take about 30 months to decide on production, which will be limited to preserve exclusivity, Marchionne told reporters Monday at the New York Stock Exchange   Read More ...
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Pop artist Halsey releases her inner renegade in new Jeep ad
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' latest national ad campaign features the pop artist Halsey being a renegade. The "Release your Renegade" campaign highlights Halsey and several other emerging artists — Molly Kate Kestner, Uri Grey and Chloe Nixon — as they talk about their personal journeys. The ads promote FCA's hot-selling Renegade compact SUV. In her first 30-second spot, which airs beginning today on national TV as well as online, Halsey describes who she is as images of Jeep Renegades on the move can be seen in her outline on the screen   Read More ...
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Sales up 12% at GM, 8.7% at Ford, as Fiat Chrysler drops 10% in September
General Motors. led its Detroit-area rivals in September with U.S. sales up 12% compared to the same month a year ago. The company saw total U.S. sales increase from 249,795 in September 2016 to 279,397 last month, led by a strong month for the Chevrolet brand. Ford. 's U.S. sales were also up in September by 8.7% while sales declined 10% for Fiat Chrysler   Read More ...
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Fiat Chrysler CEO focuses on goals amid tech doubts
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV Chief Executive Officer Sergio Marchionne said he’s focusing on the Italian-American carmaker’s five-year strategy as the auto industry grapples with its biggest-ever challenges, stemming from new electric and self-driving technologies. Battery-powered autos have yet to become profitable, with the company losing as much as $20,000 a car on its Fiat 500 subcompact’s electric version, Marchionne said Monday in a speech at a university event in Rovereto, Italy   Read More ...
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Ferrari sold after feds targeted FCA-UAW scandal figure
Former Fiat Chrysler executive Alphons Iacobelli siphoned more than $350,000 from a UAW training center to buy the 2013 Ferrari 458 Spider, prosecutors allege.   Read More ...
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FCA-UAW scandal figure unloaded Ferrari amid FBI probe
Detroit — The $365,000 sports car former Fiat Chrysler Automobiles executive Alphons Iacobelli is accused of buying with cash siphoned from a UAW training center was dumped within days of prosecutors signaling his involvement in a $4.5 million corruption scandal. The 2013 Ferrari 458 Spider convertible with an “IACOBLI” vanity plate was sold in late September 2015 for $73,000 less than Iacobelli paid a year earlier, state vehicle records show   Read More ...
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Feds: Honest Abe pen tied to UAW-FCA scandal
Detroit — The luxury fountain pens former Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV executive Alphons Iacobelli is accused of buying with money siphoned from a UAW training center are so rare, only 50 were available worldwide. According to federal prosecutors, Iacobelli bought two. A new government filing obtained by The Detroit News pinpoints the defining symbol of a $4.5 million scandal and offers insight into the man at the center of a high-profile federal indictment alleging corruption between one of Detroit’s Big Three automakers and the United Auto Workers, experts say   Read More ...
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Sporty driving could disable Chrysler minivan seat belt
Detroit — If you drive your Chrysler minivan too fast and too furious, one of the second-row seat belts might unbuckle. So Fiat Chrysler is recalling almost 50,000 Pacifica vans in the U.S. and Canada from the 2017 and 2018 model years, all with an eight-passenger seating option. The automaker says that during sporting driving, the center buckle could hit the release button on the left buckle and cause it to unlatch   Read More ...
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Dodge sees payoff on its Demon hype
Last Slide Next Slide Dodge began revving up the hype machine for the 840-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Demon back in January, smack in the middle of steadily rising demand for all things SUV. Calling the factory dragster the “most-powerful, street-legal production car ever,” it released 13 slickly produced video teasers. Dodge then unveiled the Demon in a Vegas-style spectacle ahead of April’s New York auto show   Read More ...
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Windsor Assembly Plant to be idled next month over Grand Caravan air bag issue
The Windsor Assembly Plant is slated for a temporary shutdown starting next month. The effort appears to be related to changes in U.S. air bag regulations and the plant needing to retool. Automotive News reported that "the current version of the Dodge Grand Caravan doesn’t meet new side airbag regulations that went into effect Sept. 1." Fiat Chrysler Automobiles did not specifically address the air bag issue but said in a statement that the actions relate to U   Read More ...
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2018 Jeep Trackhawk
Detroit News auto critic Henry Payne took the 2018 Jeep Trackhawk out on Club Motorsports race track in New Hampshire for some serious hot laps. The 5,363-pound rhino passed with flying colors, exhibiting no brake fade or twitchy behavior. The only hickup was when it ran out of gas — easy to do when drinking 10 mpg.   Read More ...
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Ex-UAW official pleads guilty in training center case
Ann Arbor — A former associate director of the United Auto Workers pleaded guilty to misusing funds that were intended to train and retrain blue-collar workers. Virdell King, 65, is the latest official to face charges in a U.S. Attorney’s Office investigation into improprieties at the UAW-Chrysler National Training Center in Detroit. This morning, King pleaded guilty to one felony count of conspiracy to violate the Labor Management Relations Act   Read More ...
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Detroit’s Big 3, Japan diverge on small cars
Los Angeles — Amid a market shift away from sedans to SUVs, major Detroit and Japanese automakers appear to be charting different courses for the future of their entry-level compact-car lines. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has stopped production of both its small cars, the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Dart. And The Detroit News has reported that General Motors Co. and Ford Motor Co   Read More ...
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Ex-UAW official freed on bond in auto industry scandal
Detroit – Former UAW labor executive Virdell King was released on $10,000 unsecured bond Tuesday, four days after being charged with conspiring to raid a training fund for blue-collar workers. King, 65, of Detroit made a brief appearance Tuesday in federal court and is expected to return soon to plead guilty for her role in a widening $4.5 million conspiracy involving two pillars of the auto industry, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and the United Auto Workers   Read More ...
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FCA cancels Illinois plant event with CEO, union exec
Buy Photo. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles canceled on Friday an Aug. 24 media event at its Belvidere, Illinois, plant at which CEO Sergio Marchionne was to have appeared with government and United Auto Workers officials, including Norwood Jewell, vice president of the UAW’s Fiat Chrysler unit. The event was intended to mark the beginning of production of the Jeep Cherokee, relocated from its previous home in Toledo, Ohio, following a $350 million retooling of the Belvidere plant northwest of Chicago   Read More ...
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Feds charge key witness in UAW-FCA corruption scandal
Detroit – Federal prosecutors snagged a second key witness Friday in a $4.5 million corruption scandal involving the United Auto Workers and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Former labor executive Virdell King was charged Friday with accepting illegal payments from Fiat Chrysler and could plead guilty in coming days for her role in a corruption scandal that prosecutors say involved funneling millions of dollars worth of payoffs to labor leaders and auto executives   Read More ...
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Feds probe UAW spending on purses, shotgun
Detroit — Federal agents probing a $4.5 million corruption scandal are investigating questionable spending by more leaders of the United Auto Workers, including pricey designer purses and a $2,180 shotgun bought with union training center funds, The Detroit News has learned. The investigation has entangled current and former top UAW officials, including union Vice President Norwood Jewell, who received the shotgun as a birthday present in 2015 after the firearm was purchased with funds earmarked for blue-collar workers, according to sources familiar with the investigation   Read More ...
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Why a sale of Fiat Chrysler to a Chinese buyer could happen
In today's political environment, a sale of Fiat Chrysler, the Italian-American automaker, to a Chinese company seems far-fetched. But analysts say it could happen. Here's why: Brent Snavely, Detroit Free Press. Buy Photo. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, facing the need to catch up to its rivals on both electric vehicles and self-driving car technology, could turn to a Chinese buyer to solve its problems because it has few other alternatives   Read More ...
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Chinese automaker reportedly bids for Fiat Chrysler
A Chinese automaker reportedly made a quiet bid to acquire Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, raising the distinct possibility that the traditional member of the Detroit Three that was bailed out by U.S. taxpayers could wind up with Chinese ownership. After years of pursuing a deal to gain greater global scale, the Italian-American recently rejected an acquisition bid by an unidentified Chinese automaker, according to Automotive News   Read More ...
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Former FCA analyst pleads guilty in UAW probe
Buy Photo. Ann Arbor — A former financial analyst with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV who is charged with helping to improperly channel more than $1 million in blue-collar training funds to union officials pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court on Tuesday. Jerome Durden, 61, of Rochester Hills, faced charges of conspiracy to defraud the U.S. and failure to file a tax return — all linked to an investigation into improper financial activities at the UAW-Chrysler National Training Center   Read More ...
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Trial set for two defendants in FCA-UAW case
A Sept. 25 trial date has been set for a former Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV executive and the wife of a former UAW vice president charged as part of a multi-year, multi-million dollar enrichment scheme that allegedly involved pocketing worker training funds to pay for a new Ferrari, airline tickets and paying off a $262,000 mortgage. Alphons Iacobelli, 57, of Rochester Hills and Monica Morgan-Holieifield, 54, of Harrison Township are scheduled to appear for a jury trial Sept   Read More ...
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Former FCA exec Iacobelli granted bond in FCA-UAW case
Buy Photo. A former top Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV labor negotiator accused of pocketing worker training funds to buy a $350,000 Ferrari, two solid-gold Mont Blanc pens and to install a pool and outdoor kitchen at his upscale Rochester Hills home was granted bond Tuesday in a quick federal court arraignment. Alphons Iacobelli, 57, who last summer helped General Motors Co   Read More ...
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