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The Chrysler brand could be axed under Stellantis management

Cuts are likely as Fiat Chrysler's merger with PSA nears approval

Junkyard Gem: 1975 Plymouth Fury Sedan

With V8 engine and column-shift 3-speed manual transmission, a rare combo in 1975.

FCA CEO Mike Manley will run Americas for Stellantis after PSA merger

Fiat Chrysler’s Jeep and Ram brands are highly profitable in America

Minivan Comparison | Sienna vs Odyssey vs Pacifica vs Sedona

A look at each van's specs, seating options and value

Buying Guide
2021 Chrysler Pacifica Review | Our top minivan choice*

* When it's the plug-in hybrid, though the regular version's pretty darn good, too

Junkyard Gem: 1983 Chrysler Cordoba

Yes, the Cordoba stayed in production until 1983.

Updated 2021 Chrysler Pacifica enters production

The updated vans were announced months ago; soon you'll be able to buy one

Fiat-Chrysler and Peugeot unveil burgeoning Stellantis supergroup's new logo

It doesn't have a car anywhere on it, and it'll never appear on a car

What's the right car for the 'Planes, Trains, and Automobiles' remake?

A new movie is in the works, and it begs the question: What should they drive?

Here are the most interesting cars owned by U.S. Presidents

Did you know Joe Biden has an awesome Chevy Corvette?

Fiat Chrysler posts record Q3 profit thanks to U.S. trucks and Jeep

The merger with Peugeot is moving full-speed ahead

A rebound in car production in Fiat Chrysler on Wednesday reported record third-quarter earnings as production returned to nearly pre-pandemic levels. The Italian-American automaker, which is finalizing its full merger with French rival PSA Peugeot, reported a net profit in the three months ending Sept. 30 of 1.2 billion ($1.4 billion). The carmaker reported adjusted earnings before tax and interest in North America of 2.5 billion euros.

Detroit automakers keep their masks on to keep the factories running

'The mask is the foundation' for protecting workers and production

Fiat, PSA poised to win EU approval for $38 billion Stellantis merger

Apparently a few concessions have satisfied the antitrust concerns

Fiat Chrysler and PSA are set to win EU approval for their $38 billion merger to create the world's No.4 carmaker, people close to the matter said, as they strive to meet the industry's dual challenges of funding cleaner vehicles and the global pandemic. The green light from the European Commission would formalise the creation of Stellantis, a carmaking group that could tap hefty profits from selling Ram pickup trucks and Jeep SUVs to U.S. drivers to fund the expensive development of zero-emiss

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