2014 Dodge Durango to Launch Early With 8-Speed Automatic

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2014 Dodge Durango to Launch Early With 8-Speed Automatic
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The Durango has been a hit for Dodge, bringing back SUV buyers to a brand that has shed numerous products over the past few years. While equipped with a standard (and efficient) 3.6-liter V6 engine, as a truck (and a sizable one at that), rising gas prices could send potential buyers away from the Durango… Continue Reading...

2012 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 to Debut at Chicago Auto Show

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2012 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 to Debut at Chicago Auto Show
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Chevrolet will unveil the highly anticipated Camaro Z28 at the Chicago Auto Show in just a few weeks time. The team at egmcartech.com have confirmed the news from sources inside General Motors after the ultra high-performance version of the Camaro was a no-show at the Detroit show. No official details about the Z28 have been… Continue Reading...

Ford Explorer Pre-Orders Exceed Expectations as Utility Vehicle Segment Takes Off

Ford Explorer Pre-Orders Exceed Expectations as Utility Vehicle Segment Takes Off
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Long before it has hit dealers, or even been driven by the automotive press, Ford‘s new 2011 Explorer is already shaping up to be a success for the Blue Oval. Ford has revealed that it currently has 15,000 pre-orders for the new crossover, with 3,000 retail orders, 7,500 orders from dealers and 4,500 from companies…. Continue Reading...

2011 Dodge Avenger Revealed With Most Horsepower in its Class

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2011 Dodge Avenger Revealed With Most Horsepower in its Class
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Dodge has just revealed the latest of its 2011 redesigns, the updated Avenger sedan, boasting the most powerful engine in its class as well as a host of other upgrades. A new base 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine joins the lineup, while the optional V6 boasts 283 best-in-class horsepower, plus a significant 260 ft-lbs of torque. But… Continue Reading...

First 4,400 Chevy Volt Early Adopters Eligible for Free Home Charging Stations

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First 4,400 Chevy Volt Early Adopters Eligible for Free Home Charging Stations
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With the production Chevy Volt set to debut later this month and sales to start by the end of the year, General Motors is announcing that up to 4,400 early adopters could receive free home charging stations. Its not GM that will provide the charging stations, but rather the U.S. Department of energy, with two… Continue Reading...

Chicago Preview: 2011 Ford Explorer to Launch as Crossover With Turbocharged 4-Cylinder

Chicago Preview: 2011 Ford Explorer to Launch as Crossover With Turbocharged 4-Cylinder
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The Chicago Auto Show is often used by U.S. automakers to debut new trucks and this year is shaping up to be no different – except for the fact that most trucks are now becoming crossovers. Sure, GM is set to unveil the new Heavy Duty version of the Chevy Silverado, but with the launch… Continue Reading...

Report: 2014 Ford Mustang to Get Independent Rear Suspension

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Report: 2014 Ford Mustang to Get Independent Rear Suspension
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Ford is planning an independent rear suspension (IRS) for the next-generation Mustang. Due out in 2014, this next model will celebrate 50 years of the iconic pony car. The news comes from Motor Trend after discussions with several Ford execs and one unnamed company insider. It is also based on several assumptions, which include the… Continue Reading...