The late Sergio Marchionne, former CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, in 2016 denied to investigators that he gave a top UAW official an expensive watch years before, a Detroit newspaper reported.
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.
In July, Alfa Romeo outsold Jaguar, gaining ground on its luxury competitor.
Reader calls for FCA to "do the right thing" and preserve Chrysler's legacy in the wake of CEO Sergio Marchionne's death.
Maserati will rebound after plunging China sales almost wiped out the luxury brand's profit in the last quarter, new Fiat Chrysler CEO Mike Manley said.
Carvana continued to add new markets in the second quarter while more than doubling revenue and widening its net loss.
President Donald Trump will meet Tuesday with leaders from more than a dozen major companies, including new FCA CEO Mike Manley, as he shapes his economic message heading into midterm elections.
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.
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 Automobiles is sticking with plans to spin off its Magneti Marelli unit after fielding interest from potential buyers for the supplier.
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.
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