Listen up, FCA: Here's what you should doNov. 19
To make more Ram trucks, FCA reconsiders MexicoOct. 29
FCA CEO Mike Manley is now reconsidering a decision announced in January to stop building Ram heavy-duty pickups at a plant in Saltillo, Mexico, which -- along with another plant in suburban Detroit -- would produce other Ram models and free up manufacturing capacity to make even more new trucks to eat into sales from Ford or GM.
Ram putting Dakota back in midsize fraySept. 17
FCA: Ram 1500, Wrangler help deliveries rise 10%Sept. 4
So many Rams, so little fleetAug. 6
FCA recalls more than 1.1 million Ram pickups, citing tailgate latch riskAug. 2
FCA: A record month for JeepAug. 1
Ford poised to haul in record year for F seriesJuly 16
Ram christens outgoing 1500 pickup 'Classic' for 2019June 26
Discounts as high as $16,000 fuel latest round of pickup warsJune 5
FCA's plan: Fresh products in hot segmentsJune 4
If FCA's five-year forecast comes to pass, dealers will get products including a new three-row Jeep Grand Cherokee, a midsize Ram pickup, several new or updated Alfa Romeos, a Tesla-fighting Maserati coupe and a midsize Maserati plug-in hybrid crossover.
FCA US: Big assist from JeepJune 1
Carried by Jeep, sales by FCA US rose 11 percent in May to 214,294 vehicles. Three recently redesigned Jeep models -- the Wrangler, Cherokee and Compass -- powered the company to its best showing since May 2004.