Tag: Chrysler

Turns Out Sergio Has Pretty Good Taste

Earlier this week, SRT head honcho Ralph Gilles took to Twitter to show off what his boss, Fiat/Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne, rides around in on the weekends. Considering the stable of brands that Fiat owns, which include Maserati and Ferrari, it comes as a welcome surprise to see that Serg is rockin’ this indisputably badass 392 Challenger. Is […] More »

  Comments | By - August 10, 2012

Chrysler Worker Admits to Working Drunk

Dodge can’t seem to catch a break. Another Chrysler factory employee admitted to being drunk at work after being arrested for drunk driving. After the first three extremely public busts, you think they would’ve gotten the idea by now. For employees of Ma Mopar, is it really always five o’clock somewhere? 

  Comments | By - February 15, 2012

Despite Reports: The Dodge Brand is Alive and Well

By William Foster Recently, an article was emailed to me from the website The Truth About Cars, stating that with the Chrysler Group branding the 2013 Viper as an SRT product and not a Dodge product, the Dodge brand is slowly being phased out.  The real truth is that the Dodge brand is alive and […] More »

  Comments | By - December 28, 2011

Chrysler Confirms 2013 Diesel Grand Cherokee, Durango/Ram 1500 Could Follow

by Patrick Rall Chrysler and Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne told Automotive News that there will be a diesel option for the 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Other Chrysler sources have stated that more large vehicles will receive the oil-burning option after the diesel Jeep launches in the US.  No other vehicles were named, but based on […] More »

  Comments | By - December 27, 2011

Will Fiat Be the Next Daimler?

Mercedes Benz SLS AMGWill Chrysler benefit from the Fiat merger, or is this another Daimler deal?by William Foster Since Fiat SpA first joined forces with the Chrysler Group, eventually making the financial and strategic moves to increase their ownership to a majority amount, many have compared this recent merger to the deal between Chrysler and […] More »

  Comments | By - October 28, 2011

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