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2014-16 Dodge Journey, Fiat Freemont recalled

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has issued a recall for the Dodge Journey and Fiat Freemont twins over concerns a faulty control module could cause the cruise control to malfunction. The manufacturer reports the software in the Power Control Module (PCM) may be faulty, which could cause the vehicle speed to lock or accelerate unexpectedly when cruise control is engaged...

2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye unveiled, range updated

The Dodge Challenger has been updated for its 11th model year, with a new Hellcat Redeye taking parts and lessons from the limited edition Demon, and upgrades throughout the rest of the range. The new Redeye variant has a more powerful version of the 6.2-litre supercharged V8 doing service in other Hellcat models...

2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat teased again

Dodge has teased the 2019 Challenger SRT Hellcat again, this time using a cryptic video on YouTube to preview its upcoming muscle car. The video, titled RED797_62818, shows a Challenger hammering through the desert, with a heavy overlay of supercharger whine to accompany the requisite V8 rumble...

Dodge Viper to stay in retirement

The rumoured revival of the Dodge Viper has been shut down by the CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), Sergio Marchionne. Speaking with media during the group's mid-term presentation for its investors, Marchionne ruled out a third-generation of the Dodge supercar, saying "it's not in the plan". "[It] didn't make money, and wouldn't work with a "cute" Euro-style engine," he added...

Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat survive with a narrowed focus

In the lead up to Fiat Chrysler's presentation to investors at Balocco, Italy, rumours and reports have swirled about the future of the Fiat, Dodge, and Chrysler brands. Some going so far as to suggest to death of one, but, it turns out, they'll all live on for now, each with a much narrower focus than before...

Dodge Viper to be revived in 2021 – report

The Dodge Viper went out of production nearly a year ago, but it's alleged that the company's front-engined supercar could be getting revived once again – according to a new report out of the US. While official details are few and far between at this stage, Car and Driver says "trust us: A new Viper is happening"...

2019 Dodge Charger facelift teased

A facelift for the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat has been teased ahead of its debut in the next few months. At this point in time, details about the updated model are scant. Fiat Chrysler is only saying that it is "doubling down with upgrades inside and out"...

Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 drags Dodge Demon - video

Ever wondered who would win out of the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 and Dodge Challenger SRT Demon at a drag strip? This video could have the answer. Posted by Farmer Machine Co Racing, the new clip shows the two wild muscle cars settling the score once and for all at Richmond Dragway in Virginia, USA...

Dodge teases wilder 2019 Challenger SRT Hellcat

Dodge has teased the 2019 Challenger SRT Hellcat, with a mean retro-inspired look up front. We don't know anything about the supercharged V8 lurking under the bonnet, but that bonnet itself (or hood, in American speak) has gained a dual-snorkel air intake. It's designed to bring to mind Mopar muscle from the mid-1960s and early-1970s, but Dodge also says it will ram even more air into the hungry Hemi V8 lurking within...

Fiat Chrysler, owners and US government nearing diesel solution

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has entered talks with diesel owners and the US Department of Justice, as the parties near settlement over cars fitted with emissions defeat devices. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) filed a lawsuit against FCA in May this year, arguing the company used a 'defeat device' in 104,000 Ram 1500 pickup trucks and Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs fitted with the 3...

FCA in partnership talks with Hyundai

Fiat Chrysler is discussing with Hyundai regarding hydrogen fuel-cell technologies and vehicle transmissions. Fiat Chrysler CEO, Sergio Marchionne, spilt the beans to Bloomberg while speaking to media at the launch of Alfa Romeo's return to Formula One. Marchionne highlighted the "potential of a technical partnership with Hyundai" to develop transmissions and hydrogen technology...