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Chrysler Pacifica named Best in Class for Minivans

The New England Motor Press Association has named the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica as Best in Class for minivans at the seventh-annual winter vehicle competition. The award adds to the long list of accolades handed to the Pacifica in 2016 and 2017.

“This is the first time a non-all-wheel-drive vehicle has won this category,” said John Paul, NEMPA president. “NEMPA members loved the versatility, seating, comfort and technology,”

 

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Organize Your Car for Fall

Summer is over and fall is upon us. With the kids back to school and extracurricular activities in full swing, now may be a busy time to try and organize your car. But, having a well-organized car can make going to and from just that much easier. Here are some tips to organizing your car this fall:

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Chrysler Teams with National PTA to Support Schools Nationwide

Recently, Chrysler announced that the company had become a national sponsor of National PTA, the country's oldest and largest child advocacy association. The collaboration allows Chrysler and National PTA to support local PTAs around the country in promoting family engagement and raising money for their schools through the Chrysler "Cars 4 Classroom" fundraising program.

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The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon: A Demon on the Road

If there's one thing the auto market has a lot of, it's fast cars. It takes a lot for a sedan to stand apart from the crowd. It should say something, in turn, that standing apart is exactly what the 2018 Dodge Challenger does.

A heavy-bodied muscle sedan with 16 trims options, the 2018 Challenger delivers some of the most impressive powertrains currently available.

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The Jeep Cherokee Trackhawk brings speed to the SUV

 

When you think of a sports utility vehicle, speed is not the first thing that comes to mind. But with the all new Jeep Cherokee Trackhawk, you not only get four-wheel drive, you get the quickest SUV on the market.

With a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine that delivers 707 horsepower, 645 lb.-ft. of torque and takes only 3.5-seconds to go from 0-60 mph, the Trackhawk may remind you more of a performance car. In the quarter-mile, the Trackhawk turned in a time of 11.6 seconds and reached a top speed of 180 mph.

 

 

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Meet the All New Offroad-Ready Jeep Compass Trailhawk

 

The 2017 Jeep Compass is all redone. Unlike it's predecessor, the new Compass features a variety of dedicated trims, including an offroad-minded model, the Trailhawk. The new Compass Trailhawk may be overkill for some buyers, although new SUV shoppers may wind up springing for the trim simply because it offers rugged styling. But this SUV was designed to go offroading.

 

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Fuel Saving Tips & Tools

You would drive the extra mile to another gas station if gas was cheaper right? Of course! But what about ways to extend your fuel economy to get the most of each mile per gallon between fill ups? We have some tips and tools to help every drive get a fuel extra miles to the gallon. No matter if you drive a car, truck or SUV.

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CarGurus Inaugural "Best Used Car" Awards Lists Four FCA US Models

When more than one model from an automaker's lineup ranks at the top for the assessment of an award, there is no doubting the quality behind the craftsmanship. That is why it is our pleasure to announce that four vehicles built by FIAT Chrysler Automobile U.S. were recently named by CarGurus as the Best Used Cars for their respective segments. The winners include the Ram 1500, the Jeep Wrangler, the Dodge Dart, and the Dodge Charger.

 

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Why You Need to Consistently Wash and Wax Your Car

After washing your car, it's important to apply a coat of wax. Car wax provides a protective layer for your car's paint. This waxy layer helps prevent dirt, tree sap, bird droppings and other environmental pollutants from damaging the metal structure of your car between washings. Car wax also protects the paint from the sun's harmful UV rays. Over time, UV rays can cause your car's paint to become discolored or weaken and lose its integrity, which can lead to rust and corrosion...

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