FCA is facing a lawsuit over an alleged defect in their Jeep Wrangler models that makes driving the car at highway speeds potentially unsafe.
Seven automakers and an auto parts supplier are at the center of a proposed class action lawsuit that claims they have failed to warn drivers about an alleged defect in the airbag deployment systems of more than 12.3 million cars.
Fiat Chrysler and auto parts supplier ZF TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. face a lawsuit centered on an apparent defect with the airbag control units in certain model year Dodge, Ram and Jeep vehicles.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of certain Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep owners claims consumers are in a tough spot due to a supply shortage-caused repair schedule.
A lawsuit claims the nine-speed transmissions in 2016 Cherokees fail to consistently shift into gear and can exhibit “rough, delayed, or sudden shifting."
A proposed class action alleges that FCA US LLC sent a telemarketing text message to a Florida consumer without obtaining his prior express consent.
A group of former employees of FCA US LLC has filed suit against the company and the plaintiffs’ international and local labor unions claiming the parties unlawfully bargained for the plaintiffs’ termination from their positions.
FCA US LLC is facing a proposed class action lawsuit that claims its 2017 to 2018 Chrysler Pacifica vehicles suffer from a manufacturing defect that causes them to 'shut off or stall without warning.'
A proposed class action out of Alabama claims defendants Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. and FCA US LLC broke the law by marketing its cars as 'clean' and eco-friendly.