China ordered Fiat SpA’s Chrysler Group LLC to investigate its Jeep Wrangler, saying the SUV had a “relatively high risk” of catching fire and warned owners not to drive the vehicle under extreme conditions.
A freak snowstorm frosted over the Northeast in October when I was testing the 2012-model Jeep Wrangler. Fortunate, since I was heading into Pennsylvania’s Pocono mountains, where snow was falling hard.
China has suspended imports of Jeep Wrangler vehicles because of a potential safety hazard, Xinhua News Agency said, citing a General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine statement.
If you dream of road tripping across the American Southwest, forget about Route 66. The Mother Road is okay, but the best of the mountains and desert are found on trails that would rip out the oil pan from under a rental.
Almost 50 years after Ford Motor Co.’s first Mustang introduced Americans to the fast and affordable pony car, the automaker is counting on a new design it unveils on four continents tomorrow to spur global sales.
As President Barack Obama tours a Chrysler Group LLC assembly line in Ohio today, gaining political credit for the automobile industry’s government-aided turnaround may be as challenging as returning U.S. carmakers to profitability.
New Jersey Senator Barbara Buono, the presumptive Democratic opponent of Governor Chris Christie, was cited for not wearing a seatbelt during a car accident last night that left her with a cut on her forehead.