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NewsCOVID-19: FCA to Re-open North American Plants Soon
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) detailed its restart plans to suppliers on Wednesday, Automotive News reports. Production will resume on Monday, April 20 at the Saltillo assembly plant in Mexico, which is notable for building Ram trucks. As for the Brampton plant in Ontario, home of the Dodge Challenger and Charger …
On this day in history: July 27
  • 1909: The newly found General Motors buys Buick
  • 1917: Ford introduces a truck, the Ford Model TT
  • 1956: Studebaker-Packard enters joint management agreement with Curtiss-Wright
  • 2017: The Guide de l'auto 2018 goes on sale!
NewsDodge's Charger and Challenger won't be Redesigned Before 2020
People who don’t like big, environmentally unfriendly cars frequently say that FCA’s LX platform-based vehicles—the Chrysler 300 and the Dodge Charger/Challenger—no longer have their place in the modern world. Police forces, taxi drivers and limo services might disagree, but anyway. It seems like those vehicles will stay on the market …
RecallsFaulty Alternators for Chrysler’s Pentastar
If you own a Chrysler product equipped with the 3.6 litre Pentastar V6 that was produced after 2011, the American manufacturer has issued a recall that may interest you: in some situations, the alternator may seize, causing the engine to stall. Here are the affected vehicles: Some 2011-2014 Chrysler 300 …
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