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Dodge pulls fuel-efficient Caliber, not-so-fuel-efficient Nitro from UK market

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Ruh-Roh: NHTSA investigating 2007 Dodge Caliber for sticky pedals

According to Chrysler, several owners of 2007 model year Dodge Calibers have reported problems with sticky accelerator pedals, causing the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to launch a full-on investigation. (This sounds familiar, doesn't it?) And because of the recent high-profile Toyota recall surrounding this very same

Report: Next Chrysler Sebring to be built in Italy?

If ever there was a model in the Chrysler line up that needs updating, it's the Sebring. While the car was a perfectly capable competitor when it debuted way back in 1995, subsequent generations have left it as nothing more than rental-fleet fodder. But if a report from Automotive News is to be believed, that may change significantly when the next iteration of the sedan debuts in 2

Dodge Caliber SRT-4 finally coming this fall

It's taken about a year and a half to get the Dodge Caliber SRT-4 to market, but by September the newest and smallest SRT vehicle will be available for purchase. Chrysler's turbocharged 2.4-liter world engine will still boast a best-in-class 280 HP and 260 lb.-ft. of torque. All that power to the front wheels will be kept under control by an electronically-tuned brake lock differential that cont

Dodge hoping it has the right Caliber of car to succeed down under

Three decades after sampling their last shrimp from the barbie, the Dodge boys are heading back down under. Choosing the new Caliber as their first offering, the Chrysler group plans on introducing a new model every six months for the next couple of years to reestablish Dodge as a contender in Australia.

Dodge Caliber ads get interactive on TV

Though automakers are shifting millions of ad dollars to the Internet, they have not neglected the old boob tube. Dodge, Turner Media Group and EchoStar along with its DISH satellite TV network have teamed up to bring one internet feature--interactivity--to Dodge's new TV-based Caliber campaign. Subscribers seeing one of the 30 second a