In certain vehicles, gas bubbles can form in the brake fluid and lead to “a soft brake pedal feel."
Fiat Chrysler's Brampton, Ont., assembly plant is in the midst of a five-week shutdown as the automaker retools its aging paint shop there. The upgrades are part of a $325 million commitment FCA made to the plant in 2016.
Take Five is a look at five new or upgraded vehicles that are destined for or have recently entered the Canadian market. Here is a sampling of vehicles from Rolls-Royce, Mercedes-Benz, Subaru, FCA and GM.
Sergio Marchionne's unexpected death last week eliminated the chance to choreograph a smooth transition, and new CEO Mike Manley's tenure got off to a rocky start as Fiat Chrysler lowered its earnings guidance for the year and shares dropped.
If you're looking for someone or something to blame for a decline in Canadian new-vehicle sales in July, look no further than FCA, say Scotiabank Economics and the numbers themselves.
The pickups recalled in Canada account for a little more than a fifth of the North American total. FCA says an internal component may break over time.
Fiat Chrysler said memorial services will be held for the late Sergio Marchionne on Sept. 14 in Italy and on Sept. 27 at FCA's North American headquarters in Michigan.
FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne was not one to be controlled. He couldn't be scripted. He said what was on his mind. And in the process, he frequently forced his talented but understaffed public relations team to scramble.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles on Saturday appointed Mike Manley to replace the seriously ill Sergio Marchionne as its CEO. Manley, 54, a native of England, has headed Jeep since 2009 and the Ram brand since 2015.
Mike Manley, the second CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, has received intensive on-the-job training at Sergio Marchionne's side for nine years and has years of practice running operations around the globe.
Sergio Marchionne bowed out on Saturday as one of the auto industry's most demanding and tenacious chief executives, his health in crisis after a career in which he rescued Fiat and Chrysler.
The revelation that the late Sergio Marchionne was seriously ill for more than a year raised the obvious question: How could a chainsmoking workaholic disguise it from senior colleagues?