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Ford Not Shopping for Chrysler
Ford Not Shopping for Chrysler

Fox News' Neil Cavuto just suggested that Ford and Chrysler are talking about a possible merger. Until now, pundits have posited that GM and Chrysler would re-engage in merger talks with any bailout plan offered by the government. This morning, President Bush gave the OK for massive loans to GM and...Read More»

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Dodge Viper on the Auction Block

Chrysler says it will explore options to sell the Dodge Viper--not as a 2009 model, but as a business unit that presumably no longer makes sense in its strategic plan. The company says it's been approached by potential partners, which means it's been poking around and floating the idea of spinning...Read More»

Dodge Viper Could Be History

Chrysler's new management team is wielding a sharp axe -- and one of Detroit's most respected reporters says the Dodge Viper is the next casualty of the cuts in Auburn Hills. John McElroy, in a guest blog over at Autoblog, says he's just gotten word that the Viper will be cut as Chrysler CEO Bob...Read More»

Hogan Sued Over Street-Racing Crash

The family of the man injured in a street-racing accident involving Nick Bollea, son of wrestler Hulk Hogan, is suing the family for negligence in the August 26 accident. The crash -- in which Bollea, 17, was allegedly involved in street racing against a silver Dodge Viper -- led to the permanent...Read More»

Pressed for Better Mileage, Chrysler Turning to Diesels

Chrysler LLC will put a smaller diesel engine into the new Dodge Ram that will debut this fall. Deborah Morrissett, Chrysler vice president for regulatory affairs, said the automaker expects to have a pair of diesel engines to offer in the new 2009 Dodge Ram. The diesel would include the...Read More»

Chrysler Java concept 1999, Frankfurt Auto Show
1999 Frankfurt Show: DC Goes Global

To be or not to be — for the Chrysler side of global auto giant DaimlerChrysler AG, the real question is whether or not to be a serious player outside the home North American market. It’s been decades since the former Chrysler Corp. made any serious attempt to compete abroad. But now, with...Read More»

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