Have you ever considered how well your vehicle would fair against white water river rapids? No? Well, Jeep wanted to put their vehicles to the test, which is why they took the Jeep Renegade to the Cardiff International White Water Centre in Wales. The test was simple — can the SUV be maneuvered through the raging waters of the course?
Never let it be said that Dodge doesn’t know how to make competitive racing machines. Average consumers have been falling in love with models like the Dodge Challenger and Charger for decades, and with unparalleled specs and performance, the high-end Viper sports car speaks for itself. This June, Dodge’s engineering genius was confirmed yet again, when two breathtaking vehicles with Dodge branding achieved great things on the racing circuit.
There’s no denying it: 75 years is a pretty long time. It’s enough time to watch many musical, fashion and Hollywood fads come and go, and it’s nearly the entire lifespan of your average human being! However, that hasn’t stopped Jeep from hitting that mighty milestone and trucking along stronger than ever. To celebrate its big anniversary, Jeep has lots of events and festivities in store, and one of them involves a person you know quite well: yourself!
Dodge’s speedy, powerful cars and Chrysler’s famously versatile vehicles have been popular with U.S. shoppers for a number of years. The reasons are clear. They look good, they handle even better, and they can do a lot more than simply get you from point A to point B thanks to their myriad cool features. They’re also rock-solid vehicles in the eyes of J.D. Power. The company just released its 2016 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study which ranks all companies based on their vehicles.
Talk about a blast from the past: the U.S. Army’s oldest Jeep is still kickin’, and it’s getting some overdue attention this month… and for years to come. The GP-No.1 vehicle is on display at the U.S. Veteran’s Memorial Museum in Huntsville, AL, having just been verified and documented by the Historic Vehicle Association. You can check it out today if you like!
If you consider yourself a fan of country music, Ram Trucks or pop culture, you’ll want to listen up. Last week, Ram revealed that it has teamed up with the recently launched Rolling Stone Country to create new, meaningful content and more efficiently share news about what’s moving and shaking in the C&W world with those who want to hear about it most.
There have been countless examples all over the world of truck owners going above and beyond the call of duty to help out fellow travelers in need, and that goes double for those who drive powerful Ram pickups. Whether it’s an act as simple as jump-starting a dead battery or as impactful as transporting badly needed food and supplies across hundreds of miles, there’s something about these people that inspires them to become Good Samaritans. Ram Trucks decided to tap into these neighborly instincts through a brand-new initiative, Ram Nation.
To mark the 90 years since Walter P. Chrysler created the Chrysler auto brand in 1925, limited-edition models of the 2016 Chrysler 200, 300 and Town & Country will arrive at dealerships in the third quarter of 2015. Each 90th Anniversary Package will include some of the vehicles’ most popular options as standard features, reflecting Chrysler’s long-held commitment to quality and craftsmanship at an excellent value.
When talking about how far we’ve come in the field of mechanical engineering, there’s no better way to put an exclamation point at the end of your sentence than to spotlight a seriously powerful supercar. The brand-new 2016 Dodge Viper ACR, coming soon to qualifying automotive retailers, is a perfect example. There has never been a faster Viper built that is also street-legal; it was specifically designed to dominate each road it barrels down and every race track it tackles.
If this past winter in Massachusetts was any indication of years to come, even subcompact vehicles are going to need serious capability to navigate the state’s snow-packed streets. Thankfully, the all-new 2015 Jeep Renegade is now on sale in Greater Boston, and it has introduced go-anywhere performance to the burgeoning subcompact SUV segment.