The 2009 Chrysler Aspen is a big, traditional sport utility vehicle capable of towing substantial loads. The Aspen is in...
With the Lincoln Town Car gone and Cadillac ditching its V-8-powered DTS and STS sedans in favor of the V-6-powered 2012 Cadillac XTS, there's a distinct lack of large, V-8 sedans that both companies once made in abundance.
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After six weeks of bargaining, the Canadian Auto Workers and Chrysler have finally reached an agreement for the next four years, following Ford and General Motors in ratifying the new contract.
Chrysler’s lauded Pentastar engine is coming under fire for, well, not firing: Due to a manufacturing mishap, the engines can lose power and fail.
Chrysler Group LLC will be taking the company public by filing for an initial public offering.