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Big price cut there, increase here
Touchscreens and tuning knobs
Says tariffs would ruin Windsor
Jolly well ridiculous
Fiat floats fixed-roof fantasy
Up to $1,500 for finding ways to hack a Fiat Chrysler product
Another test of headlights, another glaring result for automakers
Tracing Targa Florio.
One car. Two seats. Four wheels.
Broken clutch springs could be caused by drivers with heavy left feet
Because the original is always better than the remake.
Fiat’s new 124 Spider pricing announced.
A look at the highlights and lowlights of tailpipes at the NYIAS
We get Ralph to talk about his career, his place in the company and the cars he loves and drives.
Watch the Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep and Ram Star Wars ads here.
Nerrrrrrrds! Cars that mattered to the average consumer made a big splash at the LA Auto Show.
Pope Francis is visiting the United States for the first time, and in doing so has added another vehicle to his list of Catholic conveyances. His ride this time around is a Fiat 500L, done up in somber black to match the U.S. secret service trucks that accompanied him on the drive into downtown D.C….
Platform sharing used to be a dirty secret in the automotive world, with car companies going to great lengths to conceal the obvious begging, borrowing, and stealing that went on when one of more models were built from the same parts bin. Nowadays it’s the backbone of the entire industry as automakers strive to keep…
The cooler weather that denotes back-to-school season across the country often coincides with the scramble to locate a serviceable set of wheels for the upcoming semester. Just because you’re a student on a tighter budget than most car shoppers doesn’t mean you have to settle for something boring, however – there exists a wide range…
How many of these cars can you identify from just these badges?
The last few years have been kind to Mexico’s automobile manufacturing industry: the number of vehicles built there nearly doubled between the year 2000 to 2014, bumping Mexico’s share of North American vehicle production from a tick below 11 to nearly 20 percent. What’s good for Mexico is less positive for Canada: the Mexican manufacturing…
When it comes to best-selling vehicles, most people should be reasonably aware of Canadians’ preference for the Honda Civic and Ford F-Series. Even our neighbours to the south share the big Ford’s appreciation, but car-wise, prefer the larger Toyota Camry. But what about the hundreds of other countries around the world? Some should be familiar,…
You could be forgiven for thinking that 50 Shades of Grey was written about a visit to the local auto mall. Talk about your masochism – justified by reasons of resale, ease of maintenance, or just plain lack of choice, the automotive world has gone all monochromatic. Black, white, or some version of soulless grey,…
It seems hardly fair to talk about weird Japanese automotive ads without recognizing that, yes, car commercials tend to be big-budget, convoluted affairs no matter where you are in the world. In North America, however, the vast majority of ads focus on discounts and financing offers. Very rarely do they promote the brand itself. But…
Auto show news from Brazil and Los Angeles makes up the majority of this week’s news roundup.
We get in the spirit of All Hallow’s Eve with some of the cars that elicit deep-seated fears of catastrophe, the demons within, or just plain pain in our eyes. Tags: chevrolet, chrysler, Dodge, fiat, Ford, jaguar, Plymouth, porsche, slideshow, subaruShare
It’s thanksgiving this weekend: a special time of year where people everywhere get together with loved ones, hastily shovel poultry, potatoes and gravy into their yaps, and then ignore the mountain of dishes while struggling to fight off the tryptophan coma and stay awake past the 8 o’clock news. Thanksgiving is also a time to…