Sergio Marchionne, who saved Fiat and Chrysler, has died
Unexpected complications from surgery in Zurich.
Canadian auto sales hit all time monthly high for February
Cars and light trucks totalled 123,032 last month, up 3.2% from last year.
Lexus tops Consumer Reports reliability survey
The worst performers were Infiniti, Cadillac, Ram, Jeep and Fiat among 28 brands.
Lexus tops auto dependability survey
Fiat was the worst performing brand, with 273 problems per 100 vehicles.
Fiat’s Chrysler division changes name to FCA US
Part of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ renaming of its mass-market brands.
UAW chief says automakers can hike wages and stay competitive
Contract talks open with Fiat Chrysler, Ford and General Motors this summer.
Chrysler tops auto sales in October as industry hits record pace
Automakers sold 154,949 cars and trucks last month, a 6.5% increase from October 2013.
Fiat denies report of merger talks with VW aimed at Chrysler takeover
Media report suggested VW was interested in acquiring Chrysler to improve its struggling footing in the US.
Chrysler, Ford report increase in June sales
The month was a generally positive one for most Canadian automakers.
Fiat Chrysler to drop Dodge minivan, invest in Jeep and Alfa
The company wants to grow sales 60% to more than 7 million cars and trucks by 2018.
New Chrysler midsize on schedule despite production hiccups
New model, expected in showrooms by early 2014, will replace the aging Chrysler 200.
Big July for Chrysler as it tops Canadian auto sales
Ford sells nearly 194,000 vehicles in the US, led by the F-Series pickup.
A defiant Chrysler refuses to recall about 2.7M Jeeps
Vehicle safety agency found that the Jeeps’ fuel tanks can fail when hit from the rear.
China’s struggling automakers look to SUV boom to drive sales
Fatter profit margins for SUVs are a financial lifeline to a Chinese industry squeezed by global brands making inroads into its market.
Chrysler profits fall 65% on lower shipments, launches of key vehicles
Company attributes decline to the end of production of the Jeep Liberty SUV at a factory in Ohio.
Fiat, Mazda to design roadster based on iconic MX 5
Cars will be based on the same platform, but will feature different styling and engines.
Chrysler looks to boost Fiat sales with new 500s
Automaker introduces electric and 4-door version of its stylish compact.
Toyota tops Consumer Reports’ reliability rankings
Seven Japanese brands take top 10 spots, causing trouble for US and European competition.
CNH rejects parent Fiat Industrial’s merger bid
Efforts are underway to salvage the deal with revised terms.
Driving natural gas
Westport Innovations makes the case for natural gas powered vehicles.
Fiat confirms it will remain in Italy
Automaker will refocus its Italian plants on exports.
Fiat to address Italy plant closures this weekend
Marchionne says there’s no plan to move the automaker from Italy, but it will review investments and slow down new car rollouts.
Italy calls on Fiat to clarify expansion plans
Italy’s economic development minister says the automaker has a responsibility to reveal plans to its workers.
Fiat ups stake in Chrysler to 61.8%
Automaker acquires from a trust fund that manages health care for pensioners.
PLANT takes on Centro Ricerche Fiat [VIDEO]
A look inside the facility responsible for the super-cool Fiat 500, among other things.
Fiat, Mazda buddy up for new roadster
Automakers will develop and manufacture vehicle, but use separate engines and styling.
Fiat reshapes Indian joint-venture
Italian automaker will create new company to sell cars in India.
Fiat opens 500L plant in Serbia
Italian automaker spent $1.3 billion to refurbish and equip old Zastava car factory
2012 Canadian auto sales to be flat: GM
The head of General Motors Canada says he expects auto sales in Canada to be flat or slightly down in 2012.
Chrysler, UAW ratify labour deal
New contract will create 2,100 jobs and plant upgrades of $4.5 billion
Governments finally sell remaining Chrysler stake
Fiat buys remaining 1.7 per cent stake in automaker for US$140 million
Chrysler paying off $7.5B US, Canadian government loans
Chrysler will save $300 million in interest a year when it repays US$7.5 billion in and Canadian government loans today.