Aaron Foley

Aaron
Foley
Associate Editor,
WardsAuto

Aaron covers Chrysler for WardsAuto.

Articles
Chrysler Challenges NHTSA’s Recall Over Fuel Systems
The safety agency says some Jeep SUVs are at risk of fire in collision, but the auto maker says such an event is unlikely to happen.
Diesel GLK250 Outlier Among Small Luxury CUVs
While the vehicle is not big on Mercedes-style performance, its fuel-economy numbers make it worth a second look.
'13 Mercedes-Benz GLK250
For 2013, Mercedes brings its diesel-powered GLk250, already available in Europe, to the U.S. to attract fuel-conscious style-seekers.
Mercedes: Flexibility With App Developers, Drivers Key to In-Car Tech
What all drivers have in common is a need to feel connected to their vehicles, but they also demand not to be distracted by them, a top executive says.
Mercedes: Flexibility With App Developers, Drivers Key to In-Car Tech
What all drivers have in common is a need to feel connected to their vehicles, but they also demand not to be distracted by them, a top executive says.
Chrysler Gambles on Fun Fiat 500e
Banking on the growing popularity of the 500 subcompact, engineers in Auburn Hills combine electric power with signature Italian performance.
Chrysler’s Jeep Grand Cherokee, Wrangler Plants Open Through Summer
Continued output of the SUVs is key to building Jeep’s global presence and responding to customer demand.
Future HMI Systems Linked to Autonomous Driving Trends
Human-machine interface systems should be designed to enhance, not distract, the driving experience, panelists here say, acknowledging mistakes have been made and that future trends point to simpler interfaces.
Ram Unveils Refreshed 2500, 3500 Pickups
In addition to the new pickups, Chrysler will expand its commercial offerings with the upcoming Ram ProMaster van, which it hopes will draw Dodge Sprinter owners back to its showrooms.
Mercedes Eyes More Diesels, Smaller Engines
The auto maker brings another diesel, the GLK250 CUV, from Europe as the market in the U.S. continues to grow.
'14 Mercedes Sprinter Adds Second Diesel, Could Go Electric 
The van gets a significant refresh that makes it look more like a Mercedes but retains all its commercial capability.
Daimler Growing Outside Germany to Stabilize at Home 
With the economic situation in Europe still volatile, the auto maker must boost investments in the U.S. and China to cycle back to German operations.
Mercedes Beats BMW’s April Sales by 410 Units
Though BMW had the best-selling luxury model last month, Mercedes-Benz was the overall sales leader and outpaced both BMW and Lexus for the year.
Chrysler Posts Best April in Six Years
Most Chrysler models recorded positive results, but sales of the 300 sedan have been declining for most of the year.
Ram 1500 Laramie Longhorn Redefines Premium Pickups
With saddle-brown leather and burled walnut trim, the up-level pickup is one of a handful of entries to receive near-perfect scores from WardsAuto jurors.
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