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Bolt, Model 3 ready to (silently) rumble; Chrysler partners with kiddie ride-hailing service; A third Genesis ute; Diesel probe expands to Audi; Faraday leases factory in Calif.
Fiat Chrysler has taken a curious approach to marketing the only minivan in the U.S. that can run on a rechargeable battery: just call the Pacifica model a hybrid, and leave out the plug-in part.
The Chrysler brand's lineup of family-friendly vehicles will be cruising down "Sesame Street" as part of a new sponsorship deal with the show.
Fiat Chrysler is once again assembling Pacifica Hybrid minivans after a problem with certain diodes in the vehicle briefly halted production for a few days, say sources with direct knowledge.
The changes come as FCA seeks to keep consumers interested in what is the oldest product lineup of any major automaker.
FCA's May sales fell 0.9 percent as Jeep slid, but Ram topped Chevy's Silverado for the third straight month.
The Ram pickup kept Fiat Chrysler's sales from sliding further than 6.6 percent in April as Jeep sales continued to tumble.
Phoenix residents to test Waymo's self-driving Pacificas; AutoNation profit rises; Ghosn: Not merging Nissan, Mitsubishi; Tesla doubling charger network; CarMax's closest rival?
Shipments of the long-awaited Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivan started in Canada this week and some customers who have been waiting for its arrival are being rewarded for their patience by FCA.
Fiat Chrysler's U.S. sales declined for a seventh consecutive month in March, dropping 4.6 percent despite sales gains from Ram and Dodge.
March U.S. sales dip; Ford's model-clearing spiffs; Pacifica Hybrid delay; Piech cuts Porsche SE stake; Honda's Mendel up for TrueCar seat; Gig for ex-NHTSA boss; Toyota meets 'Machete.'
Fiat Chrysler extended its losing streak to six consecutive months in February, falling 10 percent with only Ram brand pulling out a small sales gain in the month.
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