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U.S. probes steering complaints on Dodge pickups

U.S. safety investigators have launched a new review of steering complaints in Dodge Ram pickup trucks that could result in a bigger recall of that vehicle, documents showed on Friday. Get the full story »

Ram Tradesman aimed at small biz, commercial fleets

In its second year as a standalone brand, Ram Trucks has positioned itself to take advantage of growing sales to small businesses and commercial fleets with the 1500 Tradesman.

Available in two or four wheel drive, the regular cab Tradesman offers a 10,400 pound towing capacity and 1,600 pound payload, to help the truck maker extend its sales gains to 10 straight months. Get the full story »

Dodge SRT8 line includes ‘man van’

Emphasizing its performance roots, Dodge displayed a family of SRT8 vehicles at the Chicago Auto Show media preview Wednesday.

The potent lineup of Hemi V-8 powered cats includes a Caravan “man van” with an all black interior to “scare off the regular minivan buyer” said Ralph Gilles, Chrysler design chief. Get the full story »

Chrysler introduces dealers to Fiat

Chrysler on Monday told 400 dealers about its plans to bring the Fiat brand back to the U.S. after a 30-year absence, starting with the Fiat 500 minicar later this year.

Fiat-run Chrysler Group LLC hopes the tiny Italian car can boost its lackluster sales when it comes to the U.S. in December. Chrysler wants the bulb-shaped 500 to become a strong contender in the small-car market, where it has struggled for years. Get the full story »

Chrysler, Ford recall 55,000 2010 vehicles

From the Wall Street Journal | Chrysler is recalling 22,118 2010 Dodge Nitro, Dodge Ram, Jeep Liberty and Jeep Wrangler trucks and SUVs over a potential brake defect.

And Ford is recalling 33,728 2010 Transit Connect vans to replace pushpins holding up the cabin headliners.