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Light trucks, minivans propel U.S. sales at Chrysler, GM

Chrysler Group reported Friday a 20-per-cent jump in U.S. sales last month compared to the same period last year, thanks to surging demand for its popular Jeep product line, the Ram pickup and Windsor-assembled minivans. 436 more words


First Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat to be sold at auction for charity

As we already know, all Challenger SRT Hellcats will be fitted with a 707-horsepower, supercharged 6.2L V8 engine and a $61,995 starting price as standard. However, VIN number 0001 will sell for much, much more, as Dodge announced on Friday that it will be auctioned off for charity at Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas in September. 187 more words

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Chrysler to recall more than 690,000 minivans

“An abundance of caution” has prompted Chrysler Group to recall 695,957 Chrysler Town and Country and Dodge Caravan minivans to fix potentially defective ignition switches. 202 more words


WAP to shut down for up to 13 weeks for next generation minivan

Chrysler Canada is expected to shut down the Windsor Assembly Plant for up to 13 weeks starting February as it prepares to launch the next generation minivan, Unifor Local 444 president Dino Chiodo said Friday. 509 more words


Chrysler gets tax break for $63M investment in Michigan stamping plant

A 12-year, 50 per cent municipal tax abatement played into Chrysler Group’s decision to invest US$63 million in the automaker’s stamping plant in Warren, Mich., the city’s mayor said Wednesday. 551 more words


NHTSA now investigating Chrysler for faulty ignition switches

All of you will probably remember GM’s two massive recalls dealing with faulty ignition switches. While GM is busy putting out those PR fires, the NHTSA has been busy investigating Chrysler for a similar problem. 187 more words


Grace Macaluso's Auto Talk

Good news/bad news for auto industry

Pre-tax profits for Canadian auto manufacturers are expected to reach $1.3 billion this year, the highest level since 2002, according to new report by the Conference Board of Canada. 468 more words