The car maker increased its dependence on these vehicles following some challenging times during the year.Read More 60% of FCA sales are SUVs/Pickups
FCA is earning more money but selling fewer cars. That’s the main conclusion of its annual results for 2017. As the group continues to improve its profits in North America, Brazil and Europe, the sales of its 9 brands showed a tiny decrease last year. To the contrary of what happened last year when SUVs drove […]Read More With almost 700k units sold in 2017, Ram emerges as another key brand of FCA
FCA was supposed to sell 7 million cars in 2018 based on the latest plan revealed in May 2014. As expected, the company will not meet that target, which was revised in 2016. By that time it was clear that Marchionne was being too optimistic or had a merger in mind. Today the company is […]Read More My own forecast: FCA will sell more than 5m cars in 2018. Happy new year!
The 2013 version of the Ram is getting ready to get more market share with better fuel-efficiency. It is powered by 3.6 liter and 305 hp in a V6 engine, and thanks to new features the truck has a fuel economy rating of 18 city/25 highway. It is much better than current model: 14/20. It […]Read More Fuel-efficient Ram to gain more market share
The ending week brings a lot of news related to the coming versions of Ram pickup, Fiat 500 and Bravo, and the first restyling of Fiat Linea. The offer of the bick truck from Ram will add a luxury version called Laramie Limited, featured with heated steering wheel, ventilated front seats and heated rear seats, […]Read More New versions for Ram, 500, Bravo, Linea and Giulietta
Some news are coming from America. The latest one is related to Fiat and its successful 500. After the good start of Abarth version with 160 hp, Fiat presents the 500 T version. They saw the lack of a mid size engine between the regular 500 with 105 hp and the Abarth one. That’s why […]Read More America: more 500, future SRT Dart/Jeep, and a RAM diesel?