No other automaker offers a car that fully competes with the 200 Convertible.
Although gentle as a lamb to drive, the Cherokee has the durability and stability of a camel.
Cars that once belonged to the David Cameron, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and The Pope, all fetched sky-high prices at auction. Obama’s former Chrysler—not so much.
Chrysler Group LLC reported $436 million in second-quarter profits, driven by robust North American demand, in a dramatic turnaround just three years removed from bankruptcy.
The Dodge Viper is returning to racing in the American Le Mans Series, Chrysler officials announced at the New York Auto Show April 4.
General Motors Co. enjoyed a massive windfall in 2011, reporting more than $7.6 billion in profits, the Detroit-based automaker said Thursday.
The U.S. automotive industry is back in a big way following its near-collapse three years ago, with Chrysler Group and Ford Motor Co. posting impressive second-quarter profits.
At the Jefferson North Plant here, there was cause for celebration last week when President Obama paid workers a visit.
Chrysler’s Jefferson North assembly plant will add around 1,000 new jobs to support production of the new 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee, which has not yet gone on sale.
Italian automaker Fiat is planning to take a 35 percent stake in the troubled U.S. automaker Chrysler Group.