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Jeep Commander PHEV

2019 A mid-size plug-in hybrid crossover SUV
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Ram 1500

2018 A full-size 48V hybrid pickup
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Jeep Wrangler

2018 A compact 48V hybrid off-road SUV
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Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid

2017 A 7-/8-seat plug-in hybrid minivan
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 News
Jun 15, 2019

A lawsuit filed on June 12, in Detroit's U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, alleges that Fiat Chrysler has knowledge that the steering wheel of 2015-2018 Jeep Wranglers can shake violently at highway speeds due to their solid front axle.
In a statement, FCA U.S. said it cannot comment on its allegations at this time, but "We note, however, that any manufacturer vehicle equipped with a solid axle can experience steering system vibration and, if experienced, it is routinely corrected."
According to the suit, the so-called “death wobble” occurs because the solid front axle cannot absorb bumps and vibrations as efficiently as a vehicle with a front suspension that allows each wheel to move independently.
Drivers experience an "uncontrollable side-to-side shaking of a Jeep’s front-end steering components and, by extension, its steering wheel," the suit alleges.
The lawsuit, filed on behalf of a New Jersey resident who owns a 2018 Jeep Wrangler, accuses the company of offering drivers a temporary but ineffective solution by replacing the steering damper if the vehicle is under warranty, although in this case, it was replaced three times in six months and the Jeep's front end still shook.
Drivers have complained about Wrangler steering problems to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration since 2012.

(Detroit News article on June 12, 2019)

Jun 14, 2019

On June 14, Enel X and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) signed a partnership agreement to develop new e-mobility solutions to boost the uptake of electric vehicles (EVs) and support FCA’s soon-to-be-launched electrified vehicle models. 
Under the agreement, Enel X will equip FCA facilities and dealerships in Italy, Spain and Portugal with its charging infrastructure and will offer FCA’s EV customers with tailored charging solutions and services. In addition, the two parties have agreed to establish an innovation committee to develop and test new e-mobility solutions and services.
In particular, FCA plans to install approximately 700 Enel X charging stations over the next two years at its premises in Italy. Enel X will support FCA customers with the preliminary feasibility assessment and installation of the JuiceBox, as well as providing ongoing management and maintenance.

Enel X press release

Jun 12, 2019

On June 7, FCA announced that three years after its launch, sales of the Fiat Mobi have exceeded 150,000 units, and with new innovations is poised for a good market performance in 2019.
Since its launch in April 2016, Fiat Mobi has been available in many versions for urban customers, powered by the Firefly 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine.
Manufactured in the Betim plant in Brazil, the compact is still one of Fiat’s most exported Brazilian models.
In the first five months of 2019, almost 10,500 units have been exported to other countries in Latin America, including Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Paraguay, Uruguay and Peru.
In 2018, approximately 15,300 cars were exported.
The range includes the Mobi Easy 1.0, Mobi Easy Comfort 1.0, Mobi Like 1.0, Mobi Way 1.0, Mobi Drive 1.0 and Mobi Drive 1.0 GSR.

(FCA press release on June 7, 2019)