Fiat Chrysler Automobiles isn’t talking about future products, so all we’re left with is some drawings from a design patent and an undecided jury. Still, the images are intriguing, as they show a seven-seat utility vehicle a vaguely familiar face. Show More Summary
Nitrogen oxide emissions are coming back for round two.
In the wake of Volkswagen’s Dieselgate scandal, Fiat Chrysler and Mercedes-Benz have been cast into the spotlight, as authorities on both sides of the Atlantic have launched new actions into possible cases of emission testing defeat devices being used to illegally pass vehicles for sale. Fiat Chrysler The United States’ Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has […]
"Dieselgate" might be winding up for Volkswagen, but investigations into diesel emissions cheating are just getting started elsewhere. Daimler is being investigated for alleged "fraud and criminal advertising" regarding Mercedes diesels,...Show More Summary
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' proposed fix for Ram and Jeep vehicles equipped with the company's 3.0-liter diesel V-6 is not enough to satisfy the U.S. Department of Justice as the department has just filed a civil complaint against FCA in regards to the diesel engines, which have been fitted to more than 100,000 vehicles. The lawsuit was filed on...
MILAN (Reuters) - Any potential fines Fiat Chrysler (FCA) may need to pay to settle a U.S. civil lawsuit over diesel emissions will unlikely top $1 billion, analysts said, adding the case appeared less serious than at larger rival Volkswagen.
Washington – The US government has filed a civil lawsuit accusing Fiat Chrysler of using software to bypass emission controls in diesel vehicles. The US Justice Department suit which was filed in the US District court in Detroit, is a procedural step that may ramp up pressure on Fiat Chrysler. Show More Summary
The move occurred days after the company acted to modify software that the government had said concealed the actual emissions from about 104,000 vehicles.
Fiat Chrysler vowed to fight the allegations in court.
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The U.S. government is suing Fiat Chrysler, alleging that some diesel pickup trucks and Jeep SUVs cheat on emissions tests. The lawsuit filed Tuesday by the Justice Department alleges that nearly 104,000 Ram pickups and Jeep Grand Cherokees from the 2014 to 2016 model years have software that enables...
The U.S. government is suing Fiat Chrysler, alleging that some diesel pickup trucks and Jeep SUVs cheat on emissions tests.
The U.S. Department of Justice has filed a civil lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, alleging the automaker violated the Clean Air Act. At the root of the lawsuit is roughly 104,000 Ram 1500 and Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles equipped with the 3.0-liter diesel V6, sold between 2014 and 2016. Show More Summary
The lawsuit asserts the automaker placed undeclared auxiliary emissions controls
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government filed a civil lawsuit Tuesday accusing Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV of using software to bypass emission controls in 104,000 diesel vehicles sold since 2014.
It will also seek to certify new 2017 diesels running the same software modifications.
Fiat Chrysler (FCA), attempting to reach a settlement with US regulators following studies that show the automaker installed emissions-cheating software, has said that it will modify around 100,000 diesel vehicles. While the situation is similar to the Volkswagen emissions cheating scandal, FCA is unlikely to have to pay as much as that company,... Show More Summary
After being forbidden from selling 2017 Ram 1500 and Jeep Grand Cherokee models equipped with the 3.0-liter diesel V6, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is hoping for a little love from the Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA suspendedShow More Summary
The company said it would issue a software update for the vehicles as part of efforts to reach a settlement with United States regulators.
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne had said accusers were "smoking illegal material."