Tag: Chrysler

Help choose the winner of the Chrysler Custom Challenge at SEMA

The Chrysler Group has launched a new contest entitled “The Chrysler Custom Challenge” and while this contest is only open to Chrysler brand vehicles (no Dodge products), all Mopar fans are invited to vote for their favorite customized Chryslers submitted online. Those who have a customized Chrysler brand vehicle can submit it via Facebook and those […] More »

  Comments | By - May 1, 2013

SRT Color Kitchen: Hue like?

Colors like Plum Crazy and Stryker Red aren’t cooked up by a stroke of luck. Automotive colors are created through a process that considers the vehicle, its purpose and the inspiration behind the color. It also examines outside influences like consumer products and color technology to design colors that are appropriate to each car or […] More »

  Comments | By - April 18, 2013

A look at the Chrysler Group’s bestsellers in February

The Chrysler Group moved 139,015 new vehicles last month – marking the 35th consecutive month where the company as a whole has shown year over year (compared to the same month in the previous year) growth.  No other automaker can make a claim like that but the bigger story is which vehicles did the best […] More »

  Comments | By - March 4, 2013

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

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