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Dodge Charger will be one of the most anticipated 2019 Dodge models

What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Dodge Lineup

Dodge always aspired to create the bold, muscle car image for the brand and that's, more or less, exactly what it ended up with today. It's one of four remaining American FCA divisions that, contrary to the low-volume Chrysler, still managed to push 446,994 vehicles in the U.S. during 2017. However, Dodge's total U.S. sales figure…

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Top 10 Hemi Powered Mopars Of All Times

Hemi represents 3 generations of among the most powerful engines made over 65 years, and we've dared to the pick the 10 best Hemi powered cars and trucks. While the concept had already existed for decades, Chrysler further developed the hemispherical cylinder head (half a sphere) as part of a new aircraft engine design for…

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What’s Hot And What’s Not in the 2019 Chrysler Lineup

The namesake brand of Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles is only a shadow of its former self these days, but that's hardly surprising. Chrysler's sales have been in a free fall for years now as they've reached the all-time minimum in 2017 (not counting the infamous 2009 model year) when the upscale division sold only 188,545 vehicles in the…

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10 Forgotten Classic Chrysler Models You Probably Never Knew Existed

After publishing similar lists of Chrysler Corp's forgotten models in the Dodge and Plymouth divisions, it's finally time to conclude the series with the parent marque. Most classic Chrysler models were low production vehicles. At least, compared to the aforementioned performance and people's divisions (not necessarily a strict description). This is why the idea of a…

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10 Forgotten Classic Dodge Models You Probably Never Knew Existed

From humble beginnings in the early 1900s to being considered one of the fieriest American divisions during the sixties, and finally to modern day cooperation with Fiat - Dodge has been to hell and back. More than once. Actually, it was their parent automaker Chrysler that's almost bankrupted a couple of times before finally merging…

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The Unlucky 13: Ill-Fated Cars to be Discontinued after 2018

Every year, automakers are faced with the decision as to which models will be built during the upcoming model years. A lot of things go into such decisions, but profitability and sales volume are huge determiners. If a vehicle isn't performing well enough in its market and re-stylings won't save it, it's bound to find…

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China has it’s Eyes on FCA

Acquisitions between automakers is nothing out of the ordinary these days. GM recently sold its Opel and Vauxhall brands to PSA, owners of Peugeot and Citroen. Now, there are talks of FCA being sold to Chinese automakers. The reason for this is not only for FCA owner Sergio Marchionne to reap the benefits of the…

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The Top Ten Least Reliable Fiat-Chrysler Cars by Consumer Reports

It is a bit sad to see that Fiat Chrysler has come to the point at which bloggers around the US work on list articles to show the 10 worst Fiat Chrysler cars when it comes to reliability. But here we are, and we (with some help from Consumer Reports) present to you, 10 FCA…

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69K Chargers and 300s Recalled For Driveshafts Disconnect Issue

FCA prepares for another recall. After a blisfull couple of months without any major recalls, the company now scheduled one to start with the 1 March this year. It concerns 69,298 Chargers and 300 models for an issue with the drive shaft. Apparently, the front connection point of the front driveshaft isn’t up to the…

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Google Reveals A Fully Autonomous Waymo Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid

Chrysler has plans to unveil an all-electric Pacifica at this year CES show. However, only a few weeks back, FCA and Google revealed an all-new Pacifica Hybrid self-driving car for Google’s self-driving company Waymo. Remember, they dubbed their self-driving business like this only months ago and announced the introduction of self-driving Pacificas. 100 of these…

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Innovating Chrysler Portal As The Most Advanced FCA Concept Ever?

Chrysler prepared quite a high-end concept car for the CES 2017. It is electric, full of technology we’d probably never use and it is a freaking minivan looking thing. Something like a Bolt. Sure, Chrysler did a lot of styling experiments trying to move the Portal Concept from the likes of Bolt, but the fact…

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10 Forgotten Chrysler-Mopars That Probably Deserved Better

Chrysler might be a part of the "Big Three", but they were always the smallest automaker in that triangle. Even today, when they're merged with Fiat and called Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles, Ford and GM are still larger. This is one of the reasons Chrysler had to resort to creativity when competing against their arch rivals. Chrysler's flair…

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Cars So Weird They Could Have Only Come From The ’80s

The 80s was a time of transition, between American cars of the 60s & 70s to more modern designs influenced by European cars. Some just didn't make the cut. There was also a rush to bring new and innovative cars to the market that the market wasn't ready for (in fact, it was never ready).…

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There’s Black Friday For Cars Too, And Here Are 20 Different Deals

Now even car companies are offering Black Friday deals; some are very compelling offers. Here's 20 to take a good luck at if you're in the market for a car. But just to be clear, these aren't just one day Black Friday offers like the Big Box stores offer - most run longer than that.…

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Eight Of The Ugliest Cars At SEMA 2015

  Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet With Insane Rims Remember that Infiniti SUV on 32s??? Well, the SEMA 2015 hosted something similar but even more ghastly. Created for some obscene and frankly disturbing reasons we cannot even comprehend, this Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet did storm the SEMA Show by surprise. Looking almost incomprehensible, the cabriolet nobody liked at…

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The Chrysler 300 Super S Concept Is A Scat Pack Transformed Muscle Car

Even though the sales of the Chrysler 300 were in constant decline almost since its introduction in 2004, the 300 is still one of the classic examples of the slightly conservative American muscle sedan carrying the character of the cars from the past. The car we got to know in the first generation was not…

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The 23 Greatest Moments in Chrysler Hemi History

The Chrysler Hemi is 64 years old. In that time its shook-up Indy and NASCAR and continues to set records in drag racing. Click next to view all 23 great moments.   Great Moments 1951 Chrysler introduces its first Hemi engine, called the FirePower, used in Chrysler passenger cars from 1951 to 1955.  Most used a…

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Every Single Chrysler Hemi Engine Ever Made

Hemi is now inexorably linked to Chrysler's combustion chamber design, despite not being the first company to use it. Here's a brief history of the Hemi. A development P-47 Thunderbolt powered by the first Chrysler Hemi. Reportedly capable of over 500 mph, it was doomed by the advent of jet aircraft. The first Chrysler Hemi…

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The Absolute Best 5 Muscle Car Motors of the 1960s

In only the last few year have engineers been able to leapfrog the performance of engines built 50 years ago, engines that have long since become legend, their presence in a restored muscle car not only bringing extra dollars on the auction block but plenty of oohs and aahs from onlookers poking their heads under…

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Seven Concept Cars That Should Have Made it to Production

Concept cars are built to test designs with the public. Some cars are so well-received they go into production. For unknown reasons these beauties weren't. For one reason or another, great concepts that are well-received by the public, and in some cases relatively straightforward to produce, are passed over by the automaker brass. Since there's…

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The Greatest Muscle Car Battle Ever Fought

When most folks hear the name "Trans-Am" they conjure an image of Pontiac's long-dead Camaro clone. But the name itself came from a series of professional road races that ran in its original form from 1966 until 1972, which coincided with the golden age of muscle cars. Each of the domestic manufacturers that sold an…

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