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Chrysler sees midsize car incentive war

12:01 am U.S. ET | July 11, 2015

Shrinking sales in the 16-vehicle midsize car segment -- which includes the Toyota Camry, Honda Accord, Ford Fusion -- are forcing manufacturers into a profit-eroding incentive war, even on redesigned models, the head of the Chrysler brand says....
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Fiat Chrysler recalling about 467,500 SUVs worldwide

10:03 am U.S. ET | Feb. 27, 2015

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said today it will recall about 467,500 SUVs globally in order to fix a fuel-pump issue that could cause engine stall. The automaker also said it is recalling some 2015 models of the Chrysler 200 for issues that may prevent vehicles from shifting into park....
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Another fix for Jeep's troubled 9-speed

12:01 am U.S. ET | Feb. 2, 2015

Fiat Chrysler executives say they are straightening out software problems with the automaker's nine-speed automatic transmission, but nagging issues persist. Consumer complaints about the 2014 Jeep Cherokee describe hard shifts, lunging, unexpected disengagement of the transmission or repeated illumination of malfunction lights....
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Chrysler 200 ads are 'Ready to Take on the World'

10:30 am U.S. ET | Oct. 26, 2014

The Chrysler brand is expanding the evolution of its "Imported from Detroit" theme with four TV commercials touting the 2015 Chrysler 200. Each of the spots, called "Ready to Take on the World," features a sleek, silver sedan driving on roads in what appears to be Germany, Japan or Sweden....
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Chrysler Group gains on Jeep, Ram volume

12:01 am U.S. ET | Oct. 1, 2014

Chrysler Group sold 169,890 vehicles in September, a 19 percent increase from September 2013, with every brand but Dodge contributing to the company's gains. It was the group's 54th consecutive month of year-over-year increases....
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CAR's David Cole on suppliers, Sergio, 'a wild and crazy time'

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'Fast and furious.' That's how Center for Automotive Research chairman emeritus David Cole describes an auto industry that may never see stability again.
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