Fiat MultiAir to Bring Big Power and MPGs to future Chrysler Models
by Patrick Rall Fiat has become one of the most fuel efficient automakers in the European market, and a big part of that is due to their MultiAir technology. According to the folks at Motor Trend, Chrysler is currently working with this technology on the existing 2.0 and 2.4 liter 4-cylinder engines, the 3.6L Pentastar […] More »
Pickuptrucks.com had an interesting idea for a comparison test. Rather than try to find similarly equipped models for apples-to-apples comparison, why not give automakers a hard $30,000 cap, including options, and let them send over what they believe to be their best truck?
by Patrick Rall The Chrysler Group posted a year over year gain of 30.6% for August of 2011, making them the strongest automaker group operating in the US by a comfortable margin over Nissan NA, who improved by just 19%. The Chrysler Group was lead in sales by the Jeep brand with an improvement of […] More »
Content courtesy of Pricing Insider When the last Dodge Viper rolled off the assembly line in July 2010, it looked like the end of the line for Dodge’s purebred supercar. Now spy shots from hot weather testing near Death Valley, California suggest a new model is indeed in development. While clad in 2010 Viper bodies, […] More »
by Patrick Rall Friday night, at the Walter P Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills, Michigan, the ten lucky teams of two picked to compete in the cross country rally race known as the MoVenture came together for the first time – getting a chance to meet their competition as well as the opportunity to get […] More »