Fiat Chrysler announced today that it’s recalling 4.8 million cars because a short circuit could cause cruise control to accelerate the vehicles without drivers being able to cancel the function. Fiat Chrysler is telling customers to stop using cruise control until the cars are fixed.
We live in some odd times, where an automaker’s best selling and most profitable vehicle is having trouble finding customers. Some of the latest Ram trucks aren’t selling that well, which means some massive discounts for you.
The family of Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin has reportedly settled a wrongful death lawsuit with Fiat Chrysler over a 2016 rollaway crash of a Jeep Grand Cherokee that killed the 27-year-old in his driveway.
Friends, I am still mourning our loss of the Dodge Viper, a king of the road in its own right. And though the car might be no more, at least its birthplace will be put to good use.
Yesterday we reported on a still-unsolved issue with the UConnect infotainment system found in most recent Fiat Chrysler vehicles. The issue causes the system to reboot every minute or so, which is incredibly annoying, to say the least. This temporary work-around will at least keep the system from rebooting, if…
If you’re bored and, inexplicably, decide to do a search on Twitter for car infotainment systems, when you get to checking out Fiat Chrysler’s UConnect system, things will start to get exciting. Not in a good way, though—exciting in the sense of many, many angry Dodge, Chrysler, and Jeep owners complaining about how…
A year after regulators first revealed that it believed Fiat Chrysler had equipped “defeat devices” for emissions tests in diesel Jeep and Ram vehicles, the U.S. government has reportedly offered to settle its case against the automaker, so long as it pays a major fine and recalls every affected vehicle.
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On September 27, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that Hoegh Autoliners AS, a Norwegian shipping company, plead guilty in a scheme with four other companies to fix prices on shipping. One of the companies who say they got duped, to the tune of an untold sum of money? Fiat Chrysler, who has now filed a complaint
Good morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift, your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place every weekday morning. Here are the important stories you need to know as you head out into the wilderness of our ongoing international nightmare.