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Confirmed

If FCA were willing to sell Jeep as a standalone brand, a lot more suitors would appear, including GM and Ford.

Followup

But Geely says it could be a good move for other brands.

Opinion

There's a national security facet to consider, and an administration taking a tough-on-China stance.

A sale to China might be in FCA's best interest, but it might not be in the United States' best interest.

Breaking
Report

One analyst estimates that Jeep is worth $22 billion as a standalone brand.

Report

The Chrysler 300, Dodge Challenger and Charger are here to stay.

The 2021 model year, though, will get major changes.

Report

The phrase was discovered during the US government's current investigation of the automaker.

Report

ARC Automotive's airbags are blamed for two injuries and one death.

Hopefully we aren't looking at the start of the Takata saga's sequel.

Report

FCA revises previous monthly sales numbers based on new reporting system.

Recalls

Fiat Chrysler recalls about 400,000 Jeep Wranglers for their steering-wheel airbag assembly, and 40,000 Fiat 500s for their clutch release systems.

Official

Ferrari has officially split off from former parent company Fiat Chrysler, with most of its shares distributed to FCA's shareholders, some staying in the family, and the rest being traded on stock markets in New York and Milan.

Report

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will reportedly levy a $105 million fine against Fiat Chrysler Automotive over lapses in the reporting and handling of recalls and safety defects.

Report

Senior executives at both Toyota and Ford have been quoted as rejecting the idea of merging with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, despite Sergio Marchionne's repeated calls for consolidation.

Report

If you're planning on buying Ferrari stocks, don't plan on getting them before Columbus Day, as the parent FCA has pushed the IPO off until after October 12.

Official

Updated versions of the FCA Owner apps from Mopar offer an increased array of functions to help the driver of any Chrysler, Dodge, Ram, Jeep, Fiat or Alfa Romeo.

Report

Fiat Chrysler mastermind Sergio Marchionne is convinced that the industry will see another merger between major automakers within the next three years.

Report

The New York Times reveals that Sergio Marchionne sent Mary Barra an email in March suggesting the two get together to discuss merging Fiat-Chrysler and General Motors.

Official

FCA is promoting Pietro Gorlier, its global Mopar boss, to the role of chief operating officer for components. He will report directly to Sergio Marchionne.

Recalls

The 2006 Jeep Wrangler and Liberty, as well as the Dodge Viper, represent of the bulk of the vehicles being recalled.