Map Of Most-Stolen Car Models In Each State Shows Car Thieves Need More Variety

Map Of Most-Stolen Car Models In Each State Shows Car Thieves Need More Variety

Car thieves either don’t have much imagination or they don’t have much to choose from when selecting which vehicles to boost. A look at the most-stolen cars in each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia shows surprisingly little variety in terms of cars being swiped. [More]

Chrysler Continues Recall Roll With Brand New Sedans, Trucks And SUVs

Chrysler Continues Recall Roll With Brand New Sedans, Trucks And SUVs

When purchasing a brand new vehicle, one probably doesn’t expect it to be recalled in the next two months. [More]

NHTSA Opens Investigation Into Fiat Chrysler Ignition Switch Issues

NHTSA Opens Investigation Into Fiat Chrysler Ignition Switch Issues

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is having a busy summer: The regulators on Wednesday opened two investigations into alleged ignition switch defects, this time related to several Fiat Chrysler minivans and sport utility vehicles. [More]

Chrysler Recalls More Than 10,000 SUVs Because Cruise-Control Is Supposed To Be Controlled

Chrysler Recalls More Than 10,000 SUVs Because Cruise-Control Is Supposed To Be Controlled


The invention of cruise-control has saved many consumers from receiving costly speeding tickets, but the often convenient system hasn’t been operating as it should in a number of Chrysler SUVs. [More]

Chrysler Recalls 645,000 Minivans Because Enjoying The Breeze Shouldn’t Include A Fire

Chrysler Recalls 645,000 Minivans Because Enjoying The Breeze Shouldn’t Include A Fire

Driving down the highway with the windows down, wind in your hair sounds pretty relaxing. But if you’re the owner of a Chrysler minivan that drive might need to wait. [More]

Dodge Durangos & Jeep Grand Cherokees Recalled Over Brake Concerns

Dodge Durangos & Jeep Grand Cherokees Recalled Over Brake Concerns

Why should General Motors get all the recall headlines when another domestic carmaker has defective vehicles to fix? Chrysler has announced a recall of around 870,000 total vehicles — 644,000 in the U.S. — for concerns about corrosion in the braking system that could increase the risk of a crash. [More]

Dodge Durango Pitchman Ron Burgundy: “It’s A Terrible Car”

Dodge Durango Pitchman Ron Burgundy: “It’s A Terrible Car”

You’ve probably seen any of the dozens of commercials that legendary San Diego anchorman Ron Burgundy has recently made for the Dodge Durango. But the tell-it-like-it-is newsman isn’t going to hide his distaste for the vehicle. [More]

Want To Look At A Car? Dodge Dealership Needs All Of Your Info

Want To Look At A Car? Dodge Dealership Needs All Of Your Info

Allen wanted to look at a new Dodge Charger. Not test-drive it. Just look at it, and maybe check out the interior or sit inside. But the dealership he visited wouldn’t let him even look at the car without taking down his name, address, driver’s license information, and phone number. Annoyed, he left the dealership and did a Google Images search or something instead. [More]

300,000 Dodge & Chrysler Minivans Recalled For Possible Airbag Problems

300,000 Dodge & Chrysler Minivans Recalled For Possible Airbag Problems

Chrysler has recalled 300,000 model year 2008 Dodge Caravan, Chrsyler Grand Voyager and Town & Country minivans in the U.S. over concerns that the airbags on these vehicles could inadvertently deploy, which is hilarious in slapstick comedies but potentially deadly in real life. [More]

Dodge Recalls 242,000 Ram Pickups Over Steering Concerns

Dodge Recalls 242,000 Ram Pickups Over Steering Concerns

Because they don’t want you possibly smashing up your truck — or anyone else’s vehicle — the folks at Dodge have issued a recall on more than 240,000 Ram pickup trucks over concerns about the tie rod assembly in the front steering system. [More]

Chrysler Recalls 250,000 Vehicles For Engine Stalling Issues

Chrysler Recalls 250,000 Vehicles For Engine Stalling Issues

Proving that American car companies can make recall-worthy vehicles just as well as anyone else, Chrysler has announced a recall on a total of 250,000 vehicles from its Dodge Caravan, Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town & Country lines because the engine could stall out unexpectedly. [More]

Toyota Allegedly Conspired To Keep Canadian Exports Out Of US — Get A Piece Of The Class Action

Toyota Allegedly Conspired To Keep Canadian Exports Out Of US — Get A Piece Of The Class Action

If you bought or leased a new car in the Toyota family from Jan 1, 2001 to April 30, 2003, you could get some cash in a new class action lawsuit. The lawsuit alleges a conspiracy between Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. and the Canadian Automobile Dealer’s Association (CADA) to keep Canadian car exports out of the states and raise prices for American consumers. [More]

Taiwan's Cartoon Version Of Dodge's Invisible Ape Ad

Taiwan's Cartoon Version Of Dodge's Invisible Ape Ad

Taiwan News has decided that the best way to cover the story about how Dodge swapped out an ape in their ad that PeTA was pissed about with an invisibile monkey is through the magic of animated reenactment. Watch for the animated flames shooting out of the phone. [More]

Dodge Complies With PETA By Replacing Ape With Invisible Ape

Dodge Complies With PETA By Replacing Ape With Invisible Ape

PETA was mad at Dodge for running an ad that had a chimpanzee in it, considering the history of abuse monkeys have suffered in the entertainment industry. Not that any happened to this monkey, just to monkeys before it. In any event, in the revised version Dodge complied and digitally erased the monkey in the track suit…. but now there’s just a disembodied suit walking over and pressing the dynamite lever. Dexter’s Michael C. Hall monotones in the voiceover, “Oh wait, there’s an invisible monkey.” Hilarity! [More]

Chrysler Recalls 25,000 Dodge Caliber & Jeep Compass Vehicles Over Sticky Pedals

Chrysler Recalls 25,000 Dodge Caliber & Jeep Compass Vehicles Over Sticky Pedals

In the history of the auto industry, 2010 will likely go down as the Year of the Sticky Pedal, as U.S. automaker Chrysler becomes the third car manufacturer this year to issue a recall over potentially stuck accelerators. [More]

NHTSA Investigating Sticky Pedal In 2007 Dodge Caliber

NHTSA Investigating Sticky Pedal In 2007 Dodge Caliber

5 complaints is apparently how many it takes to launch an investigation into a sticky gas pedal these days, says the Associated Press. [More]

Dodge Dealership Refunds Money On Truck It Couldn't Fix

Dodge Dealership Refunds Money On Truck It Couldn't Fix

Last Friday, we posted about how a Dodge dealership in New York spent nearly a week working on a truck, and charged over $700 for the labor, only to say they couldn’t fix it in the end. It looks like the story has a happy ending: after the truck’s owner sent in a formal complaint and pointed the dealership to our post, the dealership’s owner refunded both the repair fees and the towing fees.

Dodge Dealership Can't Repair Truck After 6 Days, Local Mechanic Does It In 10 Minutes

Dodge Dealership Can't Repair Truck After 6 Days, Local Mechanic Does It In 10 Minutes

A Dodge dealership in Alexandria Bay, NY, wasted over $700 of Joe’s dad’s money and a week of their time not repairing a 20-year-old truck. Joe says he heard that the dealership recently replaced all of its mechanics—maybe they took a page from Circuit City’s playbook?