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Fiat Chrysler Kills Chrysler 200 & Dodge Dart, Puts Brakes On Alfa Romeo, Ramps Up Jeep

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has updated its current business plan, and…well, let’s just say that changes are afoot at FCA, but none of them will catch anyone off-guard. The new plan stems from changes in the global marketplace that position some FCA products for greater success than others. Such changes include:Read More

Can you drive a BMW i3 through London without using the brakes?

Videos 18 Aug, 2015 Is it possible to take on London's roads without using the brake pedal? Find out in our latest video Latest

Corvette Brakes Hacked By Researchers Using Text Messages

A couple of weeks ago, we learned that Chrysler vehicles with Uconnect systems could be hacked remotely. A few days later, we heard that General Motors’ OnStar had some vulnerabilities of its own to shore up. And on Monday, we told you that bad guys (or gals) have been tinkeringRead More

2015 Nissan Murano, Rogue Recalled To Fix Brakes, Labelling

Nissan has issued two unrelated recalls for 2015 models of the Nissan Murano and Nissan Rogue. While the former suffers from a problem with its anti-lock braking system, labels on the latter could cause problems with the vehicle’s tires. ALSO SEE: Porsche Cayenne Vs. Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class: Compare Cars RECALL #1:Read More

2007-12 Jeep Wrangler & 2013 Dodge Dart Investigated For Faulty Airbags, Brakes

Within the past week, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened two investigations of vehicles manufactured by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Both probes are in the Preliminary Evaluation phase, the first in a three-step process toward a recall. The first vehicle under NHTSA’s microscope is the 2013 Dodge Dart. NHTSA’sRead More

Chrysler Sebring, Dodge Stratus, Mitsubishi Eclipse, Recalled to Fix Problems With Airbags, Brakes

Mitsubishi has issued two recalls affecting a range of Chrysler, Dodge, and Mitsubishi vehicles from model-years 2000 to 2009. The larger of the recalls is meant to fix a potential safety hazard associated with airbags (though not, thankfully, shrapnel), while the other addresses issues with the anti-lock braking system. RECALLRead More