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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) isn’t admitting it might have cheated on emissions tests, but it has agreed to pay an aggregate $800 million to consumers for errors in its software, which reduced the amount of nitrogen oxide emitted during emissions tests.
Both Ford and FCA US LLC have issued a number of recalls of vehicles for a variety of issues.
Sergio Marchionne led life well.
FCA has announced they will invest additional money in its U.S. manufacturing operations and grant a special payment to recognize employees for their continued efforts toward the success of the Company.
Four classes of teens and their guardians are now registered for the first ever Phoenix-area stop of the “Mopar Road Ready Powered by Dodge” program, which helps teach teens safe driving skills.
Dodge announced new packages of the 2017 Challenger and Charger T/A versions at the kick off of the Woodward Dream Cruise week.
FCA/Mopar announced the two new versions of the Dodge Drag Pak for the Challenger last week.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee will be getting a high-powered version under the Trackhawk label.