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    FCA restates U.S. sales, says winning streak ended 3 years ago

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    DETROIT — Fiat Chrysler is changing the way it reports monthly U.S. sales to make the process more transparent, and as a result of the change, said its 75-month sales streak actually ended at 40 months, in September 2013. The revelation followed a report in Automobile News | tomobile.org Monday on an internal investigation conducted by FCA in 2015 […] More

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    Maserati Canada strikes financing deals with RBC and SCI Lease Corp.

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    Maserati Canada has entered into financing partnerships with Royal Bank of Canada and SCI Lease Corp. RBC will be the exclusive provider of subvented financing for Maserati dealerships in Canada for new and certified pre-owned vehicles. Subvented loans are low-rate consumer auto loans subsidized by the manufacturer. Maserati is a division of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. […] More

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    Alfa may share its rwd platform

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    LOS ANGELES — Alfa Romeo’s new rear-wheel-drive platform underpinning the Giulia sedan and Stelvio crossover is likely to be used on other Fiat Chrysler Automobiles vehicles, the brand’s head has said. The Giorgio platform was designed as an exclusive Alfa Romeo platform to help the underperforming Italian luxury brand better compete with the likes of […] More

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    2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia starting price is $48,995 in Canada

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    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Canada said pricing for the 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia sedan will start at $48,995. The Giulia, which was first shown to journalists in June 2015, went into production in Europe earlier this year. It is the first of what FCA says will be a stable of new Alfa Romeos aimed at resurrecting […] More

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    Maserati opens first Saskatchewan store to meet growing luxury demand

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    Maserati Canada has opened its first dealership in Saskatchewan, citing Canada’s increasing demand for luxury vehicles. The Wyant Group owns the 1,092-square-metre Maserati of Saskatoon. The auto dealership group now owns 20 stores, including North American and luxury brands, in three provinces. “We’ve got quite a base of automotive enthusiasts in Saskatoon with a taste […] More

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    FCA shifts Kuniskis to Alfa, Maserati; Bigland role reduced

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    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles named Tim Kuniskis as the new global head for Maserati and Alfa Romeo while trimming some responsibilities from the brands’ multitasking former boss, U.S. sales chief and FCA Canada CEO Reid Bigland. Kuniskis, 51, assumes responsibility for Maserati and Alfa Romeo after serving as head of passenger car brands such as Dodge, […] More

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    Tavares gives Chrysler, other brands 10 years

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    Fiat Chrysler is no more, but Fiat and Chrysler have been given at least another decade to show they’re worth keeping around. Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares says he’s affording each of the 14 brands melded together from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and PSA Group a 10-year window to execute a business plan. For Chrysler, a brand […] More

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