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Dodge unveils new Charger SRT8 392 appearance package

Dodge unveils new Charger SRT8 392 appearance package

Dodge has announced a new limited edition appearance package exclusively for the Charger SRT8 from SRT. The new appearance package is called the 392 Appearance Package and brings an interesting look to the outside of the already potent Charger SRT8. This package modifies the looks the vehicle only with power output from the engine remaining the same.

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Danger Dodge: Put 2013 Challenger in park warns Chrysler

Danger Dodge: Put 2013 Challenger in park warns Chrysler

Chrysler has warned owners of 2013 Dodge Challenger models running V6 engines to park up their cars and avoid driving them, after a potential fire hazard that has already caused multiple incidents forced a recall. Seven accidents are currently known about, where the wire harness in 2013 model year cars with the V6 power plant can overheat; however, Chrysler says it is unaware of any injuries as a result, and almost half of the affected Challengers haven't even been sold yet.

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2014 Ram 1500 to get new EcoDiesel engine

2014 Ram 1500 to get new EcoDiesel engine

Diesel-powered automobiles aren't all that common in the United States. There are a few automakers that offer cars that have diesel engines inside, and more are coming in 2014 model year cars. Where diesel power has been common for a number of years in the United States is in the truck market. Diesel-powered trucks are extremely popular in the United States.

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Chrysler unveils 2013 Mopar Dodge Dart

Chrysler unveils 2013 Mopar Dodge Dart

If I'm being honest, I've never found the Dodge Dart to be an appealing car. It lacks the performance I want to see in a sports car and the looks were boring enough that you can pretty much guarantee I pay no attention when I see them on the street. Chrysler has unveiled a new 2013 Mopar Dodge Dart that I do rather like.

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Dodge targets creatives, oddballs and obsessives with 2013 Dart

Dodge targets creatives, oddballs and obsessives with 2013 Dart

Dodge is going all out to push the new sub-$16k Dart as not only the best car for new drivers, but one which ticks boxes with what might be considered a "counter-culture" audience for traditional marques. The car company will the new compact with a 90s "How to Change Cars Forever" spot featuring in the Major League Baseball (MLB) 2012 All-Star Game, but Dodge has also been pushing promotions with deviantART, ReverbNation and other sites to encourage creatives to consider the Dart.

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