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  • BMW Widens Recall to 489,000 Autos on Engine-Bolt Fault

    Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, the largest maker of luxury cars, is recalling 489,000 vehicles worldwide due to a possible engine-bolt defect, widening a repair program that was initiated in China.

  • GM SUVs Best Competition in Insurance Industry Crash Test

    General Motors Co.’s Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain earned the top marks among mid-size sport-utility vehicles in a test designed to simulate one of the deadliest types of front-end collisions.

  • Chrysler Recalls 867,795 SUVs Worldwide for Brake System

    Chrysler Group LLC is recalling 867,795 Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango sport-utility vehicles to install a shield to protect brake boosters from water corrosion.

  • European Car Sales Jump 7.6% as Price Cuts Help Renault

    European car sales rose 7.6 percent in February, the sixth consecutive monthly gain, as an economic revival and price cuts helped boost demand for new models from Renault SA and Volkswagen AG.

  • Five Scenes of a New Life

    Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne drove the first new Jeep Grand Cherokee off the line at a ceremony on May 21, 2010, echoing Bob Lutz's famous roll-off 18 years earlier. This time, the breakthrough did not come via a glass wall. Rather, it was what the boss had to say.

  • Tesla Sedan Is Ranked ‘Best Overall’ by Consumer Reports

    Elon Musk’s Tesla Motors Inc. has earned the ardor of investors and the highest U.S. safety ratings. It can also add the honor of having the best-reviewed car of the year by automobile testers at Consumer Reports.

  • A New Jeep Every Minute

    Jason Ryska, the current plant manager at Jefferson North, keeps a baseball bat in his office to remind him of the first time he made contact with the Jeep Grand Cherokee under Fiat management. It was on stage in an amphitheater at Chrysler's design and engineering center in Auburn Hills, shortly after Fiat took control in 2009. Marchionne, the new chief executive officer, handed Louisville Sluggers to Ryska and a gang of Chrysler executives who had survived bankruptcy. He told them to start swinging at the Jeep that was once the pride of the fleet. This wasn't the hot new Grand Cherokee that Ryska builds now. It was the previous model that had been compromised and cost-cut until it was stripped of its dignity and reduced to an "also-ran," as designer Ralph Gilles said. Ryska grabbed the bat and began pounding. It was a corporate catharsis.

  • Protests Sow Doubt on Venezuela’s Debt Dedication: Andes Credit

    Venezuelan bonds are posting the world’s worst returns on concern deadly street protests will force the government to prioritize buying food over paying debt.

  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Models From 1993 to 2004 in U.S. Probe Over Fuel Tanks

    Chrysler Group LLC’s Jeep Grand Cherokees for 1993 to 2004 are being investigated for possible fuel-tank defects after 55 fire-related deaths in crashes, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said.

  • SRTs at 120 MPH Help Chrysler Buyers Find Inner Andretti

    Last May, Matt Newman bought a Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT, the muscle-car version of Chrysler’s hot- selling SUV. He was hooked at 470 horsepower and paddle shifters, so when the salesman went for the close with a free day of driving at a race track, it was almost overkill.

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