2013 Ram 3500 Blows Away Competition With 30,000 Pound Tow Rating

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2013 Ram 3500 Blows Away Competition With 30,000 Pound Tow Rating
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In the continued battle for dominance in the heavy duty truck segment, Chrysler’s Ram brand has set a new benchmark that won’t be easy for its rivals to match. Continue Reading...

Top 10 Best Selling Vehicles of 2012

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Top 10 Best Selling Vehicles of 2012
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2012 was the best-selling year for automakers since 2007, marking the third year in a row that sales have increased. So now is a great time to look back at the best-selling vehicles from last year. Coming in 10th place with 261,008 units sold is the Ford Escape which was updated for the 2013 model… Continue Reading...

Detroit Three End 2012 With a Bang

Detroit Three End 2012 With a Bang
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Thankfully the world didn’t end last month like Mayan soothsayers erroneously predicted centuries ago. Clearly prophecy wasn’t their major at Yucatan Community College. From an automotive perspective, the year-end news was quite good, with the Detroit Three each posting modest gains. Continue Reading...

RAM Marks 2M Cummins Engines, Marchionne Speaks to Diesel’s Future

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RAM Marks 2M Cummins Engines, Marchionne Speaks to Diesel’s Future
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It wasn’t so long ago that diesel engines conjured images of black smoke belching trucks with exhaust stacks sticking out the sides. Continue Reading...

November 2012 Auto Sales: Hurricane Highlights

November 2012 Auto Sales: Hurricane Highlights
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Things are looking up for automakers in the United States. All told sales topped 1.1 million new cars and trucks in November. That’s nearly a 15 percent increase compared to the same month in 2011. Year-to-date sales eclipsed 13 million units, an improvement of almost 14 percent compared to the same time period last year. Continue Reading...

Chrysler Commits to Smaller, More Efficient V6

Chrysler Commits to Smaller, More Efficient V6
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Speaking at a media event in Detroit today Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne confirmed suspicions that there will be more versions of the company’s award-winning Pentastar V6. Continue Reading...

Consumer Reports’ Latest Survey Shows More of the Same and a Few BIG Surprises

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Consumer Reports’ Latest Survey Shows More of the Same and a Few BIG Surprises
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The numbers have been tallied and the data compiled in Consumer Reports’ latest Auto Reliability Survey. Toyota has a lot to be happy about but Ford has taken a tumble. Continue Reading...

2013 RAM Heavy Duty Unveiled with Best-in-Class Towing

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2013 RAM Heavy Duty Unveiled with Best-in-Class Towing
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For those that didn’t get a chance to catch the live stream for the 2013 RAM Heavy Duty unveiling, we’ve got all the details on the American automaker’s newest lineup of HD pickups. Continue Reading...

RAM Promaster, Promaster City Trademarked

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RAM Promaster, Promaster City Trademarked
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Last year, Chrysler confirmed that a Fiat Doblo-based RAM commercial van would be on its way to America, and according to recent trademark filings it appears that it will be called the RAM Promaster City. Continue Reading...

RAM 1500 Tradesman Heavy Duty Discontinued

RAM 1500 Tradesman Heavy Duty Discontinued
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Noticeably missing from the 2013 RAM 1500 lineup is the Tradesman HD model, and chances are it won’t be returning anytime soon, if ever.  Continue Reading...

273-Strong RAM Pickup Parade Set New Guinness World Record – Video

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This past weekend, 273 RAM trucks assembled out in Dresden, Ontario, Canada to set the Guinness World Record for longest pickup truck parade. Continue Reading...

RAM 1500 Tops List of Most Dangerous Cars in America

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RAM 1500 Tops List of Most Dangerous Cars in America
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There’s a pretty common stereotype that if it’s an American-built pickup, it’s nice and strong. Not only is it built to last, but it’s built to withstand any major accidents and safely protect its occupants. Continue Reading...