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Chrysler May Soon See More Federal Aid

In addition to state tax credits from Michigan -- and the billions of dollars already loaned it by U.S. taxpayers in the form of last year's bailout -- Chrysler may soon get approval for billions more in loans from the Department of Energy.

Auto Industry Cruises on Slow, Steady Demand

Though vehicle sales have underperformed some analyst expectations in recent months, results are much improved compared to those of a year ago. The industry is seeing a broad trend that is benefiting nearly all automakers.

September Auto Sales: Don't Expect Much Sizzle

Overall demand for new cars and trucks, while better than a year ago, is likely to be lower than that recorded in August, itself an unimpressive month. That would mean auto sales are stuck in a four-month-long rut.

Chrysler Unveils Updated Jeep Wrangler SUV

Chrysler has taken the wraps off the latest iteration of the Jeep Wrangler sports-utility vehicle. But it will take a discerning eye to spot the subtle differences between the soon-to-be available 2011 model and those of its predecessor -- and that's the point.

Chrysler Expands Risk-Free Car Return Program

In an effort to boost sales, Chrysler said Thursday it is expanding a program that allows customers to return new vehicles within 60 days if they aren't happy with their purchase. In addition, the automaker is also offering zero-interest financing on most 2010 Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram vehicles.

The Most American Car Brand? Surprise! It's Toyota

Consumers looking to buy a truly domestic car or truck may find that some familiar American models are far less homegrown than they'd think, while two Japanese nameplates -- Toyota and Honda -- snagged half of the top 10 spots on a recent 'Made in America' automotive survey.

Your Jeep Owners Manual? There's an App for That

When Chrysler takes the wraps off its newly redesigned 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV in a few days, it will have a feature that no car has ever offered before: a smart-phone application that provides vehicle information.

Chrysler Recalls Nearly 600,000 Minivans, Jeeps

Chrysler is recalling nearly 600,000 vehicles for problems ranging from failing brakes to sticky accelerators to electrical fires, including Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan minivans, and Jeep Wrangler SUVs, federal safety regulators disclosed Monday.

Ford, GM Sales Surge in January as Toyota Tumbles

Ford Motor and General Motors, the two largest U.S. auto makers, reported higher sales in January, as consumers steered cleared of the showrooms of the companies' nearest Japanese competitor, Toyota Motor, which is mired in massive recall involving millions of vehicles.

Detroit Ends Tumultuous Year with Mixed Results

Detroit automakers closed 2009 with mixed results. While overall sales for the year fell at Ford Motor, General Motors and Chrysler Group, each reported strong December sales as bargain-hungry consumers sought to cinch deals before year's end.

Your next Chrysler will be a Fiat

Fiat never managed to sell many cars in the U.S. when it was competing with The Big Three and the Japanese makers, and in 1981 it pulled out of the...