Aaron Foley

Aaron
Foley
Associate Editor,
WardsAuto

Aaron covers Chrysler for WardsAuto.

Articles
Dodge Ratchets Up Advertising for Dart 
The campaign looks to attract more African-American and Hispanic-American buyers with the help of a popular rapper employed by the auto maker in the past.
Fiat Thinks Globally With 500L Design
Designers want to preserve the brand’s Italian heritage set by the 500 compact, but future models need to cater to American sensibilities.
Camry Tops 10 Million Mark, Caps Healthy June for Toyota
While Toyota and Lexus show positive results, the youth-minded Scion brand continues to lag.
Chrysler Notches Best June Since 2007; Dart Continues Downward Slide
For a second-consecutive month, sales of the new Dodge Dart compact sedan continued to slide. But results were healthy for other key models, including the Jeep Grand Cherokee, Ram pickups and Chrysler 200.
Ram Adds New 6.4L Engine to Heavy-Duty Line 
The new engine offers a third alternative to the 5.7L V-8 Hemi and 6.7L Cummins diesel, and will be the first-ever gasoline mill in some chassis cabs.
Ram Prices Diesel 1500 at $27,050, Adds Tech Across Line 
Upon its debut, the 3.0L EcoDiesel will be the only diesel mill available in a light-duty pickup in the U.S. market.
With SRT, Chrysler Back on Track at Le Mans
The auto maker returns to the 24-hour race in France after more than a decade as it continues to find solid ground in the fast-paced world of motorsports.
UConnect Going Global With Fiat, Maserati 
The new 500L and next 500 subcompacts will be the first Fiats to employ the Chrysler infotainment system, while Maserati now uses a version of it.
New Fiat N.A. President Looks to Keep Momentum Going
Jason Stoicevich says his previous position in charge of Fiat sales in California makes the transition to his new position seamless.
Fiat 500e ‛Sold Out’
The California-only vehicle is sold at 28 Fiat dealers in the state, accounting for more than 10% of its dealer network.
Minivan Market Not Dead Yet, Chrysler Says
A decision has been made about which Chrysler brand will have a minivan, but there is an additional challenge in retaining loyal customers.
Chrysler Complies With NHTSA, Issues Recall for 2.7 Million Jeeps
Ending a growing standoff, the once defiant auto maker backs down and will repair the affected vehicles “if necessary,” but still maintains that they are safe.
Bigland Transitioning to Brand President During Busy Year for Ram
In addition to launching two new Ram products, the executive plays a key role in monitoring sales for Chrysler group.
Jeep Sets Cherokee Price at $22,995
On track for a third-quarter launch, the SUV’s sticker is $400 less than the Liberty model it replaces.
Fiat Doblo-Based Small Van Coming to U.S. as Ram 
The new van joins the larger ProMaster in Ram’s ongoing effort to court commercial customers and broaden its lineup.
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