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2021 Chrysler Pacifica

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After the news of the new Kia Carnival earlier this week, we think now is a good time to take a look at the industry-leading minivan, the 2021 Chrysler Pacifica. While I don’t have a family to haul, I don’t mind this minivan at all. The seats fold down and I could get two mountain […]

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Is Chrysler an endangered species?

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Now the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and PSA Group merger has been agreed, it is inevitably time for consolidation. Do the two automakers need all their brands? Does any new company need 14 brands within its ranks? Will Chrysler survive? The new company, Stellantis, has 14 main auto brands. They are Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia, […]

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FCA investing up to $1.5 billion in Windsor Ontario

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Any positive jobs news is good news, so it is with great pleasure that we can say car manufacture in Windsor, Ontario is safe for now. A deal between FCA and the unions has paved the way for a significant investment in its Windsor plant to build EVs. That investment will apparently be between $1.35 […]

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Chrysler Airflow making a comeback

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First, this will be the first all-new vehicle from Chrysler in the longest time. Second, it’s reusing the Airflow name from the 1930s in a whole new way. The new Chrysler Airflow Vision to give it its full name is due to show at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. According to […]

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FCA has requested a merger with Renault

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles formally requested a 50/50 merger with French automaker Renault last week. If it went ahead, it would create the third largest automaker in the world and would give both companies a huge boost in market share, economies of scale and development resources.   Nothing has been agreed at the time of writing […]

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FCA planning to replace the Pentastar V6

The Pentastar V6 has been a mainstay for Chrysler and associated FCA vehicles for a little while now and has performed exceptionally well in that time. According to rumours, the go-to engine for non-turbo power and reliable performance may be replaced by an inline 6 cylinder instead. Rumours had been around for a while that […]

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Chrysler 200S and 300S Alloy Edition

With the demise of the Chrysler 200 imminent, it is right that it should go out with a bang. The Chrysler 300 is thankfully safe but a special edition is too good an opportunity to miss. That’s why both sedans are getting a special Alloy Edition. One thing Chrysler sedans do well is the blacked […]

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2017 Chrysler Pacifica

One announcement that didn’t get the attention it deserved at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, was the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica. The spiritual successor to the Chrysler Town & Country, the Pacifica. It is not only a continued hope for the minivan market but also an expression of how Italian ownership of Chrysler […]

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FCA creating more jobs in Windsor, Ontario

In a great piece of Christmas news, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles have announced they are expanding their Windsor manufacturing facility in Canada. They began boosting staff in the summer in order to assist with production of the new Chrysler Town and Country. According to FCA, a further 600 new jobs are being created to further boost […]

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Chrysler planning two crossovers?

The five year plan revealed by FCA last year showed two new crossover models and a smaller vehicle referred to as the Chrysler 100. With the 100 mothballed for now, are the two crossovers coming anytime soon? That FCA roadmap had the Chrysler 100 arriving in 2016, followed by a full size crossover in 2017 […]

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