We’ve also got Chrysler’s new blacked out 2018 Pacifica, a look at the 2018 Acura ILX Special Edition and more in the Daily Drive-Thru.
Amazon's Alexa skill will find its way into Infiniti's newest models, as well as models as old as the 2013 model year.
A restraint defect led Fiat Chrysler to recall 470,000 vehicles, including 2012 Jeep Liberty, and 2012-13 Chrysler 200 and Dodge Avenger.
The Amazon Alexa skill will be available Nov. 1 on the 2018 Jeep Cherokee Latitude.
FILE - In this Feb. 19, 2017, file photo, a worker walks past Haval SUV models parked outside the Great Wall Motors assembly plant in Baoding in north China's Hebei province. Chinese SUV maker Great Wall Motors is considering making a bid…
The Chinese manufacturer already owns Volvo.
The Auburn Hills, Michigan, automaker is recalling one million pickups after a death and two injuries were reported.
We've also got a Chinese lithium-ion maker looking into expansion, another Fiat Chrysler investigation and more in today's daily drive-thru.
FCA Gear shifters, like the one in the Jeep that killed Anton Yelton, began getting complaints shortly after they first went on sale.
We've also got an update on Volkswagen's dividend debate, a Kia Sedona recall, and more in today's Daily Drive-Thru.
Turns out Ford is going to get a long-range EV and Mitsubishi didn't cheat in the U.S. All this and more in today's Daily Drive Thru.
We've also got a Prince tribute from Koenigsegg, Ford's recycle project, and more in today's Daily Drive-Thru
Fiat Chrysler SUV recall will need a second go-round.
Almost 500,000 SUVs will be recalled by Fiat Chrysler due to fire hazards.
Air bag and brake problems have caused Fiat Chrysler to recall almost 900K vehicles.
A strike was avoided between UAW and FCA as they reached a tentative agreement late Wednesday night.
The United Auto Workers are currently without a long term contract with Fiat Chrysler and the two other Detroit Automakers.
Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles is once again in the news for the wrong reason as the NHTSA claims the company under reported deaths and injuries.
For failing to properly execute vehicle recalls, Fiat Chrysler will be hit with a record $105 million fine from the NHTSA
Fiat Chrysler will recall 1.4 million vehicles in the United States to install software to deter hackers.