Nobody wants to experience buyers' remorse, and that's especially true when dealing with something as expensive as a brand-new car.
In competitive segments, the Dart and 200 cost too much and returned too little.
The recalls are for winshield washer pumps in Dodge Darts, and fuel rails in Dodge Durangos and Jeep Grand Cherokees.
The Dodge Dart is getting a revised lineup for the remainder of 2016 before going out of production. It's down to three models, each with a different engine.
After shutting down production at its own plants, FCA is looking for a partner to continue building the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200 at another site on its behalf.
FCA US could take advantage of killing the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200 by reducing the automaker's fuel economy burden.
Sergio Marchionne's decision to kill the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200 isn't as crazy as you might think, and it could say a lot about the company's future.
Dodge will recall 121,603 units of the Dart worldwide because the power assist for the brakes can stop working.
Mopar has a bevy of aftermarket vehicles for its huge display area at SEMA this year, including an all-wheel drive concept for the Dodge Challenger and a meaner Ram 1500 Rebel.
The production homes of the Chrysler 200, Dodge Dart, Ram 1500, and Jeep Cherokee could be moving as part of the new labor contract between FCA and the UAW.
Dodge is recalling over 27,000 Darts worldwide because the bracket for the transmission module can cause vehicles with a dual-clutch gearbox to shift into neutral.
FCA is showing off all sorts of future products right now at a dealer conference in Vegas, including a new Barracuda, Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk and Dodge Dart GLH.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating the Dodge Dart due to reports of braking problems. Some 121,000 cars are possibly affected, all from the 2013 model year.
As the aftermarket and performance arm of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Mopar has a duty to extract everything from the company's models that it can, and there's no better place to show all of its work off than the annual SEMA Show.
Consumer Reports has released its Annual Auto Reliability Survey and the results are, in a word, interesting. While we already covered the score-damaging effects of infotainment systems, there's another big angle to the data that's getting some attention – the utterly dismal scores of the Detroit Three's small car offerings.