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Recall roundup: Chrysler Group Durango and Grand Cherokee


Chrysler has issued a new recall, this time for the Dodge Durango and for the Jeep Grand Cherokee, because of a problem with fires in the headliners. The Chrysler Group has issued yet another recall, for the Dodge Durango and the Jeep Grand Cherokee, this time for fires in the headliners. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there are ...
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Chrysler thinks it can repair its recalled Jeeps faster
Not long ago, US safety regulators prompted the automaker to expedite the recall fixes to a series of Jeeps, as the federal authorities considered the pace would lead to several ...
Recall roundup: Dodge and Jeep SUVs for fire risk
A new recall has been announced by Dodge and Jeep and it’s affecting some SUVs because of a fire risk. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a total of ...
NHTSA discontent on Chrysler Jeep recall fix pace
The US safety regulator has moved to asked the US automaker to produce legal explanations on why its pace to fix a recall involving rear fuel tanks in older model ...
China: Fiat joint venture builds second factory
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Guangzhou Automobile’s local joint venture recently started constructing their second manufacturing facility in the south China city of Guangzhou. GAC Fiat Automobile Co., the 50/50 joint venture ...
Jeep Cherokee 3-door gets rendered
The first renderings with the Jeep Cherokee in a three-door body style have recently made its way onto the web, showing us how the model may look like in this ...
Jeep Renegade Opening Edition leaked
The first leaked images with the brand new Jeep Renegade Opening Edition have recently ended up on the web ahead of the model’s official presentation. In the automotive industry, keeping a ...
US: Chrysler 200 and Jeep Cherokee to gain start/stop technology
Just like in Europe, the United States is close to imposing new, stricter; emission standards and the automakers need to up their game to achieve them. For Chrysler, the third ranked ...
US: defective ignition investigation moves to Chrysler
General Motors looks to have opened Pandora’s box when it comes to automotive safety, as federal regulators are now looking into potential related problems at another Detroit automaker – Chrysler. The ...
Recall roundup: Chrysler vehicles for corrosion problems
The Chrysler Group has issued a recall for more than half a million of its sport utility vehicles because of a corrosion problem. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, ...



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