An information package distributed to Unifor members at a supplier in Windsor, Ont., during a ratification vote Nov. 7 appears to firm up the end date of the Dodge Grand Caravan.
FCA's Chrysler Pacifica plug-in hybrid minivan will come in one luxury trim level with a pre-tax base price of $56,495 in Canada, but that doesn't include government incentives that could lower the price.
The Dodge Challenger coupe and Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 sedans, all of which are built in Brampton, Ont., won't be redesigned onto the automaker's new Giorgio platform until the 2021 model year
AutoCanada Inc., which is based in Edmonton, now has 56 dealerships and more than 3,700 employees in eight provinces after buying Wellington Motors in Guelph, Ont.
About 10,000 Dodge Ram pickup trucks and some Ontario-built Charger police cruisers are being recalled in Canada because they are prone to an electrical short that may cause engine-compartment fires.
An attendee at a recent dealer meeting appears to have revealed the first public look at Jeep's upcoming Grand Wagoneer as well as confirmed how closely the redesigned 2018 Jeep Wrangler will stick to the off-roader's current styling.
Ontario is ready to provide financial support to General Motors and Fiat Chrysler after the automakers pledged to upgrade Canadian plants as part of new labour contracts, the province’s economic minister said.
Unifor members working at three FCA plants in Ontario are set to walk off the job at midnight Monday if the union and company can't come to terms on a new collective agreement.
Fiat Chrysler's Ram brand introduced a high-powered, off-road concept version of the Ram Rebel, dubbed the Rebel TRX, Thursday at the State Fair of Texas. The concept pickup features a 575-hp, 6.2-liter, supercharged V-8 engine, making it the most powerful pickup FCA has ever built.
The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica is the only minivan to have earned the U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's highest possible safety rating.
The prospect of another record year for auto sales in Canada looks a little less of a slam dunk after sales dipped 2.0 per cent in August; this, following a 2.6 per cent downturn in July.
FCA Canada's July sales fell 13.8 per cent year-over-year – breaking a 79-month streak of year-over-year gains.