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September 06, 2020 FCA Issues Recall on 160,000 Ram 1500sFCA clarified that it is not aware of any accidents or injuries that may have been caused by the problem. Too, FCA claimed that only an estimated 1% of the affected Ram 1500 units may have an issue.
In addition to the all-weather floor mats equipped in Ram 1500 September 04, 2020 FCA, PSA to Share Platform for Small CarsThe report also said that prior to the completion of the merger, FCA has completed retooling its small-car architecture in order to accommodate other powertrains such as electric motors and batteries. This means that the Fiat 500 model will likely be the only vehicle on the FCA-built platform.
June 30, 2020 Dodge Tops JD Power Ranking List; Tesla Places LastThe IQS is one of J.D. Power’s annual surveys. It aims to measure the quality of new vehicles by calculating the number of problems reported per 100 units in the first 90 days of ownership. J.D. Power refers to this as PP100. A low PP100 number means higher quality for August 28, 2020 Stall Risks Prompt Ram 1500, Jeep Grand Cherokee RecallThe component is responsible for synchronizing the timing between the engine’s fuel-injector and camshaft. And if it delaminates, it increases the chances for the engine to stall, creating a safety risk for the driver, passengers, and other motorists on the road.
The recall affects the Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV from August 27, 2020 Ford Gives F-150 Additional Standard Safety TechThe decision will see Ford become the first American automaker to make the technology standard equipment on light-duty trucks. However, for the trucks’ Super Duty edition, automatic emergency braking will remain optional for the base model and standard on the higher trims.
Ford will be the first American automaker to make August 17, 2020 FCA Looking to Recall up to 1 Million VehiclesThe company did not reveal details as to which makes, models, and model years will be part of the “group of vehicles equipped with the Tigershark engine” that will be covered by the recall. However, a statement from FCA stated that “as this population ages, some vehicles exceed in-use