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Fiat Chrysler New Zealand has confirmed that the Abarth 124 Spider, the top performance version of the 124 Spider, will arrive in the fourth quarter of 2016, just in time for summer.
2015 marks the 90th anniversary of Chrysler, which was founded on June 6, 1925, by Walter P. Chrysler.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has reported U.S. sales of 201,672 units, a two percent increase compared with sales in August 2014 (198,379 units), and the group’s best August sales since 2002.
Fiat Chrysler New Zealand has marked its first full year of operation with a record breaking total sales of 3257 vehicles, up 51 per cent on 2013.
Placing an ad during the Superbowl costs millions of dollars - but many say it's the best part of the game, with more than one hundred million captive viewers. Chrysler, it seems, is ready for its comeback.
Chrysler has released official images of its facelifted 300C, which will make its public debut at the Detroit motor show in January
Chrysler will introduce a new 8-speed automatic transmission on its large cars and SUVs, and New Zealand will be one of the countries to receive the technology
As the Chrysler PT Cruiser celebrates its 10th anniversary, the final edition has been shipped to NZ
Chrysler is limiting production of its customised 2009 PT Cruiser Special Edition, and only 50 will be available to customers in New Zealand
Three years since storming the market, the Chrysler 300C has received its first refresh
Chrysler has announced that production of the retro-styled Chrysler PT Cruiser will continue
Chrysler is axing its PT Cruiser, announcing it will build the last cars this northern hemisphere summer
Chrysler is pushing the clean, green barrow in the city that defined the word smog by showing its “production-intent” electric vehicle prototypes at this month’s Los Angeles Auto Show
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Chrysler 300C longer than ever
Chrysler has begun selling the convertible version of its retro-styled, hot rod-inspired PT Cruiser in New Zealand.
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