Police: Laptop Used To Reprogram, Steal More Than 100 CarsAuthorities say the pair focused on new Jeep and Dodge vehicles, which attract big money on the black market in Mexico.
Fiat To Build Wrangler In Ohio, Move Cherokee To IllinoisThe automaker also said Thursday the moves will add 700 jobs in Toledo and 300 jobs at its Belvidere, Illinois, factory.
Fiat Chrysler Recalls 500,000 Jeeps; Air Bags May Not WorkThe problem was discovered by a company investigation.
Safety Advocate Asks Gov't To Reopen Jeep Fire Investigation After 11 New DeathsAn auto safety advocate wants the government to reopen an investigation of rear-crash fires in older Jeep SUVs after finding at least 11 more deaths since the vehicles were recalled.
Fiat Chrysler Bets On SUV Craze, Sees Jeep Sales SoaringTo keep up, Fiat Chrysler plans to cut production of small cars in the U.S. so it can build more Jeeps.
'Michigan Matters' 2016 NAIAS Focus: Evolution And Revolution Starring Barra, Ford, Fields And MarchionneFrom Chrysler’s 2017 Pacifica to the GM’s Chevy Volt -- the theme of the 2016 North American International Auto Show was shaking things up.
Feds: Only Fiat Chrysler Radios Are Vulnerable To HackingThe National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said in documents posted online Saturday that it's ending a five-month investigation into the vulnerabilities of automotive radios.
Off-Roading With Jeep At The Proving Grounds [VIDEO]WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert takes us through the back country at the Fiat Chrysler proving grounds.
US Probes Complaints That Jeep Grand Cherokees Brake For No ReasonNHTSA says it has received nine complaints that the Jeep system suddenly reduced speed "with no pending threats in the line of travel."
Driver Walks Away Uninjured From Car - Train Accident In DetroitThe Jeep rolled over three times, before coming to a stop.
Fiat Chrysler Seeks New Trial In Case Of 4-Year-Old Boy Killed In Jeep FireThe company says the jury's award of $120M for the life of Remington Walden and $30M for his pain and suffering are "grossly excessive" and illegal
US Reopens Investigation Into Jeep, Dodge Sun Visors That Could Catch FireThe feds are reopening an investigation into Jeep and Dodge sun visors after reports that some caught fire even after a recall repair.