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Dodge Charger Earns 2017 ALG Residual Value Award for a Third Year in a Row

Three years running: America’s only four-door muscle car – the 2017 Dodge Charger – continues to be recognized with ALG’s Residual Value Award (2015, 2016, 2017)

ALG Residual Value Awards recognize vehicles and brands that stand out from the rest of the market by representing quality, long-term reliability and strong desirability

New for 2017, Dodge Charger Daytona models deliver more performance and heritage-inspired styling to the naturally aspirated Dodge 5.7-liter and 392 HEMI® lineup

For the third time in three years, the 2017 Dodge Charger has earned the Residual Value Award in the “Full-Size” category from ALG, the industry benchmark for residual values and depreciation data.

The Dodge Charger is the quickest, fastest and most powerful sedan in the world, delivering world-class 707 horsepower, up to 30 miles per gallon with its Pentastar V-6, high-tech Uconnect features and the segment’s most innovative all-wheel-drive system for those who need maximum all-weather traction and standout styling – all to make America’s only four-door muscle car one of the hottest and most desirable sedans available today. New for 2017, Dodge builds on its heritage, introducing Charger Daytona models designed to deliver more performance and heritage-inspired styling to the naturally aspirated Dodge 5.7-liter and 392 HEMI® lineup.

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Chrysler’s hybrid minivan electrifies grocery getting

The hybrid market is dominated by sedans and compacts. Well, unless you can afford a luxury SUV like the Tesla Model X or Audi Q5 hybrid. For big families that want to lower their carbon footprint or just save a few bucks on gas, Chrysler has your back with its new Pacifica hybrid.

The combination gas and electric vehicle announced at the Detroit Auto Show and unveiled at the LA Auto Show can travel 30 miles in pure electric mode. That means there’s a good chance you won’t even have to fire up the gas engine while dropping the kids off at school, picking up groceries and hitting up the hardware store for that weekend project. But even if you go beyond the 30-mile mark, it’s still a great on-the-road value.

The minivan won’t just keep you on the road longer; it also has hybrid-exclusive tech features likes a companion app that helps you check and schedule charging and will locate charging stations while you’re on the road. It also has adaptive cruise control, parking assist and a 360-degree surround-view camera.

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Source: engadget.com

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2016 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk is as trail-ready as its name implies

As the most trail-capable of the Renegade models, the 2016 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk contains the fun styling and well-wrought interior of its siblings, but adds offroad goodies like beefier tires and a better suspension.

The Jeep Renegade debuted for the 2015 model year and was met with mixed interest from the automotive press. Some of us were excited to see a new, entry-level crossover in the Jeep lineup and glad to see that it was as nostalgic as it was fun. Others were expecting just another Patriot-type disappointment. Luckily, time has shown that the Renegade is not boring or cheap, but is perhaps the first car-based crossover to bear the Jeep name that doesn’t lose what is expected of the brand.

Being Fiat-Chrysler’s first global platform for the Jeep brand, the Renegade shares a lot with the similarly-sized, but much different, Fiat 500X model. It’s arguable that in the realm of subcompact crossovers, the Renegade Trailhawk is the only truly trail-capable vehicle being offered.

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Source: newatlas.com

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Over 1,000 Ram Pickups Gathered at an Unlikely Place

Over 1,000 Ram pickup truck owners have helped set a new Guinness World Record.

Surprisingly, the massive gathering of Ram pickup trucks didn’t take place on U.S. soil, where pickup trucks are loved. Instead, 1,152 Ram pickup truck owners gathered at the world famous Nurburgring to help set the record, even though 1,317 had registered for the event.

Still, it’s an impressive feat considering it was in Europe, besting the previous Ram record of 451 trucks set in April 2015 in Texas. Yes, Texas the state that absolutely loves pickup trucks.

It appears that the record could be in the process of being contested though, as Guinness World Records has not updated its website with the event. Regardless, the gathering is an impressive feat and shows that Europeans are also passionate about their pickup trucks.

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Source: autoguide.com

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