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  • Chrysler-Fiat Plans 47 New or Updated Cars by End of 2016

     
    Chrysler-Fiat will introduce, redesign or update 47 cars over the next four years, the automaker said Wednesday in a financial presentation to analysts. Among them are six Alfa Romeos from Fiat's upscale European division, plus seven new Fiat-branded...
  • Why the Dodge Dart Has a Long Way to Go

     
    Dodge sold just 7,154 Dart sedans in January ??? better than December 2012, but a shabby performance when you consider that Honda moved 21,881 Civics, Ford sold 16,161 Focuses and Toyota moved 23,822 Corollas and Matrixes. Dodge dealers opened January.......
  • Nine-Speed Transmission to Debut on 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

     
    Land Rover is making a major shift in transmission technology with its new nine-speed automatic, which the British automaker will demonstrate at the 2013 Geneva International Motor Show in March. Land Rover told Kicking Tires that the newly developed...
  • Chrysler Says Jeeps are Safe; NHTSA Wants Recall

     
    While unfortunate, vehicle recalls are pretty common; what isn't is when an automaker refuses to comply. After investigating a potential fuel system problem in model-year 1993-2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee and 2002-2007 Jeep Liberty models, the National...
  • Jeep Liberty Ends Production Next Week

     
    The Toledo, Ohio, plant that assembles the Jeep Liberty will go idle next week and not resume its SUV operations until 2013 with an all-new replacement. During that time the plant will undergo $500 million in upgrades and an expansion,......
  • 2013 SRT Viper: First Drive

     
    If you told me three years ago that I had written my last Dodge Viper review, I wouldn't have blinked. Certainly this noisy, crude, gas-guzzling ode to testosterone wouldn't survive an era defined by hybrids, soaring gas prices and its......
  • Strong demand for electric vehicles leaves supplies short

    If you've been enticed by the recent spate of cheap lease deals on electric cars, good luck finding one. Southern California dealers are seeing heavy demand for battery-powered cars, now leasing for as little as $199 a month. Fiat's new 500e has waiting...
  • Fiat moving to the U.S.? Chief has hinted at why it might make sense

    Fiat moving to the U.S.? Chief has hinted at why it might make sense
    Reports out of Europe suggest that Fiat SpA, the 114-year-old Turin, Italy-based automaker, has a headquarters move to the U.S. under consideration. If it happens, the move would likely occur after Fiat's planned merger with Chrysler Group. It would...
  • Chrysler's first-quarter profits dip, expenses for new models rise

    Chrysler's first-quarter profits dip, expenses for new models rise
    Chrysler Group said Monday that its first-quarter profit fell 65% to $166 million. The automaker’s earnings were hurt by higher expenses to launch new models and slower business in Europe and South America.  Revenue fell 6% to $15.4 billion...
  • Tesla drives California environmental credits to the bank

    When Tesla Motors reports its first-ever profit Wednesday, much of the money will come courtesy of the state of California. In its zeal to push electric cars into the market, the state has created a system in which Tesla can make as much as $35,000...
  • World's first Corvette Stingray convertible sells for $1 million

    World's first Corvette Stingray convertible sells for $1 million
    No stranger to auctioning off rare cars for charity, Barrett-Jackson on Friday afternoon sold the world’s first 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray convertible for $1 million, including commission. The car’s new owner is no stranger to charity...