Chrysler has made some audacious decisions in the course of its history, especially in the 1990s. While its rivals wheeled their show cars off stage and into storage as usual, Auburn Hills actually put some of its most outrageous concepts into production: models like the Plymouth Prowler, Chrysler PT … read more
There is a bipartisan agreement that these cars should have been aborted. Automakers sometimes try and steal customers from competitors with bold cars that stand out and smash preconceived norms. These bold moves can sometimes result in smash hit success stories like the Volkswagen Beetle and the Toyota … read more
October looks to have been a monster month for the U.S. auto industry. Domestic determination FCA was first out of the gate with results, posting increase in every brand. Even Fiat, which has struggled mightily this year, posted another year-over-year gain. It was a meager 1%, but it wasn’t negative. … read more
With Dodge sales off 16 percent this year in a rising overall market, you might think brand head Tim Kuniskis would be worried. Yet standing in a parking lot with 10,000 fellow gearheads this month, Kuniskis could look around and see a strategy for the brand that is coming together nicely. Fire-belching … read more
Dodge didn’t expect the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and the 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat to be as popular as they are. In fact, the demand was so high, Dodge just couldn’t keep up. All 2015 models have been spoken for, and all remaining orders that cannot be fulfilled have been canceled … read more
Deliveries of the Dodge brand have slumped almost 16 percent this year even as the overall auto market in the US is poised to bring record sales levels.
The marquee, belonging to the third largest US automaker and world’s seventh biggest – Fiat Chrysler Automobiles – has seen the steep decline … read more