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Jeep’s future will likely include compact Fiat Panda Cross

Following the announcement of the proposed alliance between Fiat and Chrysler in January, the question on everybody’s lips was which European top-sellers were finally going to come to North America. Stylish compact cars like the Fiat 500 and Bravo were suddenly a very real possibility for... read more

March 23, 2009 by 
 
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Fiat and Chrysler deal may be completed by mid-February

Fiat and Chrysler first released a joint statement announcing they had signed a non-binding term sheet to establish a global strategic alliance just over two weeks ago but... read more February 3, 2009 by 


 
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Report: Fiat and Chrysler alliance will see seven new models sold in U.S.

The proposed alliance between Chrysler and Fiat Group will reportedly see seven new vehicles introduced to the U.S. market, with most of the cars expected to be produced at... read more January 26, 2009 by 


 
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What does the Fiat-Chrysler partnership mean to you?

Today’s news of Fiat's decision to acquire up to 35% of Chrysler has taken the automotive world by storm. What might such an alliance portend for Chrysler? What could... read more January 20, 2009 by 


 
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Fiat CEO predicts only six carmakers will weather the economic storm

Mass consolidations and a number of major bankruptcies are inevitable says Fiat Group CEO Sergio Marchionne as the auto industry weathers the global economic crisis and... read more December 7, 2008 by 


 
EU carmakers want $55 billion loan package

EU carmakers want $55 billion loan package

American carmakers recently secured a $25 billion loan guarantee from the federal government, and now their European counterparts are seeking the same sort of deal from the... read more October 3, 2008 by 


 
 

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