Marchionne Enters Final Push to Free Fiat Chrysler From Debt

The company is repairing its highly levered balance sheet

read more: His strategy update will be a closely watched presentation next week at the Detroit motor show

 

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Sales tumble 10% in Dec.; Ram brand posts only gain

Only the Ram brand, including pickups and commercial trucks, posting a sales gain.

read more: Jeep sales fell 6.4 percent

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The 14 most interesting vehicles going on sale in 2017

SUVs rule; cars drool.

read more: That’s the story for 2017.

 

 

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Fiat Chrysler delivers Pacifica minivans to Waymo for driverless fleet

Waymo will now outfit the Pacificas with Waymo’s self-driving technology

read more: Including a purpose-built computer and a suite of sensors, telematics and other systems

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Fiat Chrysler reports $659M profit in 3Q

FCA also took a $162 million (149 million euro) hit from “a recall for which there is ongoing litigation with a component supplier.”

read more: FCA feels the supplier has responsibility for the recall.

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The Car-Emissions Sleuth Who’s Costing Chrysler $5 Billion

Welcome to the hive of Chris Grundler—environmental sleuth, bureaucrat and more-than-occasional bane of the auto industry.

read more: He’s saying Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV needs to spend $5.1 billion to comply with U.S. fuel economy standards for 2025

 

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9 reasons why Fiat Chrysler-Google partnership makes sense

FCA needs to make a move to keep up with other automakers

read more: Other partnerships between automakers and Silicon Valley companies have recently emerged

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Chinese Automakers Are Logical Fit as Partners for Fiat Chrysler

One constituency that hasn’t been heard from — publicly, anyway

read more – is the Chinese auto industry

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Fiat Chrysler chairman renews push for merger with ‘big guys’

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Chairman John Elkann renewed a push to merge the company

Savings could top $10 billion a year.

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FCA sold more ‘light trucks’ than Ford, GM

When the March sales totals came in April 1, they contained a surprise

read more: Fiat Chrysler sold more “light trucks” in a month than either Ford Motor Co. or General Motors.

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