FCA resumes Ram 1500 diesel outputJuly 6
Fiat Chrysler has begun assembling diesel Ram 1500 pickups again for the first time in months, workers at the company's truck assembly plant in Michigan say, though the automaker and environmental regulators haven't resolved a dispute over alleged excess diesel emissions and undeclared emissions software.
Redesigned Ram 1500 may get a longer wheelbaseJuly 3
Ram getting all up in Silverado's grilleApril 10
FCA opts to delay two big-ticket vehicles among massive N.A. production changesDec. 12, 2016
Ram gains can't offset Jeep cooldown, Chrysler plungeNov. 1, 2016
Ram to build current 1500 pickup into '19Oct. 31, 2016
Badge bandits strike Texas state fairOct. 17, 2016
A bomb drops on Ram foray into product placementOct. 8, 2016
FCA volume drops 0.9% on weak Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep demandOct. 3, 2016
Jeep reported its first monthly sales decline since September 2013 Monday, pushing Fiat Chrysler's U.S. sales down 0.9 percent in September. The automaker posted sales of 192,883 vehicles for the month, including its first reported U.S. sales of the Alfa Romeo Giulia, which has yet to reach U.S. showrooms. FCA said 24 percent of its September sales went into fleets.