Dodge Ram pickup trucks sit on a lot at a dealership in Georgia. California officials announced a $500 million settlement with Fiat Chrysler over the use of rogue software to conceal air pollution on Dodge Rams and Jeep Grand Cherokee diesel models.
Dodge Ram pickup trucks sit on a lot at a dealership in Georgia. California officials announced a $500 million settlement with Fiat Chrysler over the use of rogue software to conceal air pollution on Dodge Rams and Jeep Grand Cherokee diesel models. John Bazemore Associated Press file
Dodge Ram pickup trucks sit on a lot at a dealership in Georgia. California officials announced a $500 million settlement with Fiat Chrysler over the use of rogue software to conceal air pollution on Dodge Rams and Jeep Grand Cherokee diesel models. John Bazemore Associated Press file