The fight for dominance in the public service vehicle segment is on. Monday Chrysler introduced its new Dodge Durango Special Service SUV. The model, fitted to meet the needs of emergency services and law enforcement, is designed to compete directly with the Ford Police Interceptor Utility, based on the 2012 Explorer, and the Chevy Tahoe Read on! →

The Dodge Durango, put to rest in 2008 and resurrected again 2011, is nearing its final days. By 2016, it will be phased out in favor of the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Eliminating redundancies In its post-bailout existence, Chrysler and all its subsidiary makes became the property of Fiat SpA. Its new master has said one Read on! →

Good hiring news is on tap for the Chrysler Group, reports Automotive News. In preparation for production of the 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee clean diesel, Chrysler will add a third shift at a Detroit SUV plant. This will mark the diesel Grand Cherokee’s first appearance on the North American market since 2008, said company spokesman Read on! →

One of the notable absences from the SUV market has been the Dodge Durango. The SUV that was halfway between mid-size and full-size and had full size power was a very popular model, and Dodge promised a redesign. The new Dodge Durango got a little more than just a face lift, as Chrysler is in Read on! →