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Chrysler Will Replace Takata Airbags On Chrysler, Dodge, Ram Vehicles In December
Chrysler Will Replace Takata Airbags On Chrysler, Dodge, Ram Vehicles In December

If you've been wondering when Chrysler would begin replacing airbags on vehicles affected by the ever-widening Takata airbag recall, wonder no more: according to Auto News, fixes will begin next month. ALSO SEE: GM Scrambled To Get Ignition Switches Two Months Before Official Recall Announcement...Read More»

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Chrysler Recalls Chrysler 300; Dodge Challenger, Charger, Durango; Jeep Grand Cherokee, Wrangler

Earlier today, Chrysler issued two unrelated recalls affecting late-model Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep vehicles. Taken together, the recalls affect more than 900,000 owners worldwide. READ: Lawsuits: Ignition-Related Recalls Cut GM Cars' Trade-In Value RECALL #1: 2011-2014 Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger...Read More»

2012 Dodge Durango
2012 Dodge Durango Video Road Test

If you need three rows of seating, a high driving position, and a civilized ride, but don't really want a crossover, there aren't many choices. Our current favorite: the Dodge Durango, the SUV you'll swear feels like a crossover, the subject of our latest video road test. The key to any vehicle...Read More»

2012 Dodge Durango
January 2012 Car Sales Are Strong--Except At GM

While nearly every automaker reported brisk, upbeat sales numbers for the first month of 2012, General Motors didn't have much to cheer. GM sales were off by 6 percent last month, while its crosstown rivals were up, strongly in the case of Chrysler, which reported a sales increase of 44 percent...Read More»

2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Ford Slides, As Jeep Gains Traction As Most Reliable Domestic Brand

Ford has taken a significant tumble in reliability due to some of its latest vehicle technologies, while Jeep is now the most reliable domestic brand, according to the latest annual-survey data from Consumer Reports. Both of those pieces of news might come as a bit of a surprise. Consumers have...Read More»

2011 Dodge Durango
2011 Dodge Durango Grabs 'Top Safety Pick' Award From IIHS

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has completed crash testing on the 2011 Dodge Durango, and the mid-size SUV has walked away with Top Safety Pick honors. In individual tests, the newly redesigned Durango scored a “good” rating in frontal crash, rear crash, side-impact and roof...Read More»

2011 Ford Explorer
July 2011 Car Sales: It's The Economy, Stupid

Car sales reports are rolling in today from auto manufacturers, even as the nation's leaders struggle with a compromise to keep America's economy from falling into default. As expected, sales aren't quite up to the levels seen earlier this year, which is fueling concerns that the economy that had...Read More»

2011 Dodge Durango
Which Crossover: 2011 Dodge Durango or 2011 Ford Explorer? #YouTellUs

Both the 2011 Dodge Durango and the 2011 Ford Explorer were redone for 2011 to match consumer lifestyles, but has one given up too much or did the other retain more than it needed? Is towing capability a must-have feature on your next crossover? What about technology? These are two main...Read More»

2011 Ford Explorer
Which 3-Row Crossover Is Best: 2011 Dodge Durango Vs. 2011 Ford Explorer #YouTellUs

Today it's the clash of the three-row CUV titans, the 2011 Dodge Durango versus the 2011 Ford Explorer. Both of these family-friendly vehicles offer lots of space and technology, but only one can win. When looking at the numbers, the new Ford Explorer has the Dodge Durango beat in nearly all...Read More»

2011 Chevrolet Volt outside Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant
Trending In Social Media This Week: Chevrolet Volt Hits The Street, Chrysler And Volkswagen

Social Car News has partnered with real-time online buzz tracker OneRiot to bring you a weekly report on what's trending in the automotive social media world. Each week we monitor discussions across all platforms, including but not limited to Twitter, Facebook, Digg, MySpace, and blogs, to bring...Read More»

2011 Dodge Durango
Video: 2011 Dodge Durango Makes Its Debut At Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon

Last week the new 2011 Dodge Durango made its online debut with pictures and some, but not all, specifications. The media sated, Dodge has moved on to consumers. This past weekend some of the general public had the opportunity to see the new Durango in person, and to learn more about the upcoming...Read More»

2011 Dodge Durango
Today at High Gear Media: 2011 Dodge Durango, Sorento SX and Civic

Dodge calls its 2011 Durango a "performance SUV." Does that mean an SRT8 suffix is a-comin'? [MotorAuthority] We've driven the 2011 Kia Sorento SX--the one with the turbo--and it's a big step up. If you're short. It's an SUV, after all. [MotorAuthority] Meanwhile, Kia's recalling the Sorento and...Read More»

2011 Dodge Durango prototype, spy photo by Steve Wild
Exclusive Spy Photographs: 2011 Dodge Durango Test Vehicle!

Mobile phones must make test engineers crazy. Here, we give you a couple of exclusive spy shots of the new 2011 Dodge Durango seven-seat crossover. Chrysler hasn't yet officially revealed the 2011 Durango, although it did put up a Durango teaser site that shows specific details of the styling...Read More»

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Chrysler's Plan for the Future: More Government Loans

Chrysler's Congressionally mandated plan for its turnaround has hit the Web--and new vehicles are a part of the plan, so long as Chrysler gets another $2 billion in federal cash. In the plan -- pasted in below here for you to digest, since you're now a stakeholder -- Chrysler is asking for another...Read More»

2009 Chrysler Aspen Hybrid
Hasta La Vista Aspen, Durango?

Chrysler announced today that it will be closing its Newark, N.J., assembly plant that builds the slow-selling 2009 Dodge Durango and 2009 Chrysler Aspen large SUVs. Originally set to close at the end of 2009 as part of cost-cutting moves announced in early '07, market woes, a credit crunch, and...Read More»

2008 Chevrolet Malibu
Automakers Making Big Strides in Quality, Says J.D. Power

The quality of the typical car, truck, and crossover has reached record levels, according to a new study by J.D. Power and Associates. The annual Initial Quality Study finds “substantial gains” by nearly three-fourths of the 36 ranked nameplates sold in the U.S. The improvements can be found...Read More»

Would You Be Kasey Kahne’s Bitch?

Maybe your idea of fun isn’t answering phones, looking for lost sunglasses and scheduling tennis lessons, but at least one NASCAR fan thought it would be a good idea to be Kasey Kahne’s bitch for a week. And now he’s got the chance. As the winner of the Kasey Kahne Dream Job...Read More»

Keep It In Your Pants

Chrysler Group’s latest controversial ad seems to confirm the age-old adage Mom told before we left for college: keep it in your pants. In the past, the Dodge brand’s gotten into hot water when it decided to sponsor, then pulled out of, a “Lingerie Bowl” that was to have aired...Read More»

2003 Cadillac Sixteen concept
2003 Detroit Show: Best Yet?

Related Articles:2003 Detroit Auto Show Coverage by TCC Team (1/11/2003) Three dozen press conferences and several miles of slogging through three media preview days of this country’s best and most extravagant new-car show, I’m convinced that 2003 marks the dawn of a new Golden Age of the...Read More»

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