Jury orders Chrysler to pay USD 150M in Jeep fire death

A jury in Georgia has awarded USD 150 million to the family of a 4-year-old boy killed when a Jeep Grand Cherokee exploded into flames after being rear-ended three years ago.

Chrysler says it will speed up recall repairs for Jeep SUVs

Chrysler is a unit of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Marchionne is chairman and CEO of Chrysler Group as well as CEO of Fiat Chrysler.

GM, Chrysler sales up in September; Ford sales dip

US auto giants General Motors and Chrysler scored solid sales gains in September on robust demand for larger vehicles, but Ford sales slipped, according to figures released Wednesday.

Fiat gets green light for global reorganisation

Fiat shareholders today approved the reorganisation of the Italian carmaker's business that will see its headquarters move to the Netherlands before it launches on Wall Street later this year.

Chrysler to recall 792,300 SUVs for ignition problem

The automaker, a subsidiary of Italy-based Fiat Chrysler, said it was issuing the recall "out of an abundance of caution."

US ignition-switch investigation extended to Chrysler

German automaker Daimler AG, Chrysler`s previous owner, said it was not affected by the NHTSA investigations of Chrysler switches.

Ford, Chrysler recall hundreds of thousands of vehicles

US automakers Ford and Chrysler recalled on Friday hundreds of thousands of vehicles, most of them in North America, to fix faulty software and mechanical problems.

GM, Chrysler, Toyota boost US sales in April, Ford falls

Automakers General Motors, Chrysler and Toyota on Thursday scored US sales gains in April, extending the rebound from bad winter weather, while Ford sales unexpectedly slipped.

Winter takes a bite out of US auto sales

Massive snowstorms and bitter cold took a bite out of US auto sales in January, but Chrysler said Monday it extended a winning streak even as its rivals posted significant losses.

Fiat strikes deal for full merger with Chrysler

Fiat said it expected the deal to be wrapped up by January 20, completing a process that began in 2009.

US auto sales extend gains despite government shutdown

The US auto industry extended its steady gains in October despite economic uncertainty caused by a government shutdown.

US ruling could delay Fiat's Chrysler buyout

A ruling by a US judge risks delaying Fiat's plan to buy up all of Chrysler unless it can reach an out-of-court settlement with a healthcare trust that is a minority shareholder in the US group.

Fiat wins partial victory in bid to own all of Chrysler

Instead, Parsons said certain questions need to be answered through discovery and testimony at a trial.

Chrysler to recall 60,720 vehicles in China

US automaker Chrysler will recall 60,720 vehicles exported to China to fix various problems that could pose safety risks, China's top quality watchdog said Friday.

Nagesh Basavanhalli to head India business of Fiat, Chrysler

Fiat Group Automobiles India and Chrysler India Automotive Tuesday said they have appointed Nagesh A Basavanhalli as President and Managing Director for Fiat and Chrysler India operations with immediate effect.

Chrysler releases images of 2014 Jeep Cherokee

Chrysler has released the first images of the new 2014 Jeep Cherokee, an SUV that will replace the current Jeep Liberty and will be unveiled at the New York International Auto Show in March.

Fiat's merger with Chrysler expected in 2014: CEO

Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne has said that he expects to complete the merger of the Italian carmaker with its US partner Chrysler in 2014.

UAW workers approve Ford labor deal

Hourly workers represented by the United Auto Workers ratified a labor deal with Ford Motor Co on Wednesday, leaving Chrysler as the last US automaker without a finalized contract.

Fitch cuts Fiat rating on short-term Chrysler worries

Fitch Ratings cut its credit rating on Fiat, citing short-term risks from the Italian carmaker's takeover of US peer Chrysler and its reliance on its home market and Brazil.

UAW OKs GM deal; Ford talks continue

Workers represented by the United Auto Workers union approved a four-year labor contract with General Motors Co on Wednesday, the first such deal for the top US automaker since its 2009 bankruptcy.