Tag: FCA

2022 BMW X3 Leaked, Ford Bronco Sport Goes Climbing, AE86 Corolla Gets Yaris GR Transplant: Your Morning Brief

Good morning and welcome to our daily digest of automotive news from around the globe, starting with… A Salesman Cost FCA $8.7 Million After He Offered Employee Discounts To Just About Everybody A Fiat Chrysler Automobiles salesperson has been charged by federal prosecutors for orchestrating a wire fraud conspiracy that cost the car manufacturer $8.7 […]

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A Salesman Cost FCA $8.7 Million After He Offered Family Discounts To Just About Everybody

A Fiat Chrysler Automobiles salesperson has been charged by federal prosecutors for orchestrating a wire fraud conspiracy that cost the car manufacturer, which is now known as Stellantis, $8.7 million. A criminal complaint alleges that 34-year-old salesman Apollon (Apollo) Nimo from Parkway Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram orchestrated a scam of illegally selling employee discounts to […]

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Japan Is Now The Jeep Wrangler’s Biggest Market Outside North America

2020 was a banner year for Jeep sales in Japan and it only expects things to get better in 2021. The market has officially become the best for Wranglers sales outside of North America and is the brand’s sixth-biggest global market. That despite a historical trend of U.S. brands struggling in Japan. With sales rising […]

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FCA US Sold Almost 198,000 Jeeps In Q1 – And Two Dodge Vipers

FCA has released its Q1 2021 sales chart for the United States, revealing that they parted ways with two Dodge Vipers, a model whose production officially ended in 2017. It’s unknown how many of them still reside in dealer lots nationwide, but Dodge also shifted four of them last year and five in 2019. Mind […]

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Stellantis’ Jeep, Alfa Romeo, Ram, Chrysler Hit Rock Bottom In U.S. Customer Service Satisfaction

Dodge, Jeep, Chrysler, Ram, and Alfa Romeo all scored below their segment averages in J.D. Power’s 2021 Customer Service Index survey. The four Stellantis brands all suffered in a year when the average customer satisfaction rose. That improvement in satisfaction came as a result of many dealers rising to the challenges of the pandemic. Although […]

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FCA Bought $362 Million Worth Of CO2 Credits In Europe Last Year, Mostly From Tesla

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles revealed that they spent over 300 million euros ($362 million) on green credits last year in Europe, most of which went to Tesla. In 2019, FCA, which is now part of the newly-formed Stellantis, committed to spending around $2 billion on regulatory credits through the end of 2021. Stellantis CFO Richard Palmer […]

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Chrysler Dealers Hopeful That Stellantis Can Save The Brand

Chrysler dealers are hopeful that the merger between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and the PSA Group will secure the long-term future of the brand. Chrysler only currently sells the 300 sedan and the Pacifica and Voyager minivans but, according to chairman of the Stellantis National Dealer Council, David Kelleher, Stellantis can fortify Chrysler with technologies from […]

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