Fiat-managed property Chrysler continues to face the flames as a new U.S. Chrysler recall has skidded into the news. After having previous recall trouble because of failing brakes and sticky accelerators, new recalls involve five models and almost 600,000 vehicles. The Chrysler group reported potential safety hazards to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Read on! →


It is almost the end of another year, as New Year’s Day and the start of 2012 is drawing closer. Here is a list of cars that we said goodbye to this year. Nitro that was not a gas According to USA today, two Dodge crossover SUVs that date to Chrysler’s tenure as a division Read on! →


There have been rumors of an Alfa Romeo-based Dodge for some time, due to Chrysler and Alfa being owned by Fiat. The car has been confirmed as being the 2013 Dodge Dart. Illinois is wherefore Romeo art Fiat cars are available in the U.S. again. The question that has been on some people’s minds is Read on! →


Chrysler is expected to unveil a new 2013 Dodge compact sedan at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show in January. While the automotive press knows relatively little about it, some spy shots have been captured. Additionally, some details have come to light. Online new car loans popular for American vehicles. Not the Dodge Hornet Speculation said Read on! →


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced this morning that it will be launching an investigation into sticky accelerator pedals in 2007 Dodge Caliber vehicles. Both Dodge and the NHTSA have confirmed that no property damage, accidents or injuries have resulted from the sticky pedal issue. NHTSA received Dodge Caliber pedal complaints The National Highway Read on! →