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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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Dodge Ram 1500 pickups get more power and more green

Dodge Ram 1500 pickups get more power and more green

Trucks are huge business for automakers in United States, especially in some states such as Texas. Trucks also tend to be some of the least efficient vehicles on the road, but that is changing with lots of new technology finding its way into your average pickup truck. One of those trucks getting many technological enhancements is the 2013 Dodge Ram 1500.

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Dodge Dart May Production a Go

Dodge Dart May Production a Go

Head of Sales for Chrysler Reid Bigland has announced today that production of the 2013 Dodge Dart will be begin in May with a full production line hitting mid-rummer. Approximately 2,000 Dodge Darts will be built inside of May said Bigland, with 8,000 units set for June. The Dodge Dart is what analysts are calling the car manufacturer's first "credible" compact car since the original 1990's Dodge Neon.

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