• Nissan Leaf Is Now Profitable Nissan has been selling its Leaf electric vehicle for nearly years; the vehicle first went on sale in Japan and the United States in December 2010. U.S. Nissan Leaf sales have seen a big uptick through the first nine months of 2014. Sales jumped 36 percent to 21,822 units through September compared to the same period last year.   With about 135,000 global sales since launch, Nissan LEAF is the world’s top-selling electric ... More Detail

  • RAM’s Towing Capacity The 2015 RAM 1500 leads pickup truck fuel economy with winning powertrains: exclusive 3.0-liter V-6 EcoDiesel with 240 horsepower and 420 lb.-ft. of torque at 28 miles per gallon (mpg) and Pentastar 3.6-liter V-6 with 305 horsepower and best-in-class gasoline fuel economy of 25 mpg.   The number that matters more for acceleration and towing with RAM’s 420 lb.-ft torque. It easily outpaces the 375 pound-feet of the new Ford eng... More Detail

  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Keeps SRT Name For Now When Chrysler Group said in May that the SRT designation would be for Dodge vehicles only, it was silent on the fate of the SRT versions of the Chrysler 300 and Jeep Grand Cherokee. However, according to Automotive News, a company source at Chrysler said the SRT will "likely be renamed" for 2016, but that decision was not yet final. The future of the mighty Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT looked bleak earlier this year, as Chrysler said it would on... More Detail

  • 2015 Dodge Viper Production Restarts In November Chrysler and the Dodge Viper have been struggling. It is so bad that production has stopped numerous times just because nobody is buying any. Dodge’s recent $15,000 price cut is working, as September’s result makes up a large portion (about one-fifth) of the Dodge Viper SRT’s entire year-to-date only 546 units. The outgoing 2014 Viper, previously labeled as an SRT, started at $101,880, whereas the new 2015 model now starts at $86,990,... More Detail

  • FIAT 500X First Look The 500X maintains the proportions and cute packaging of the smaller sibling. It is a genuine five-seater that maintains the proportions and cute packaging of the rounded revival of FIAT's highest favorite, called the Cinquecento in Italy. FIAT fans have known since at least earlier this year that the Italian brand would build a small SUV. Well, the wait is over. Witness the 2016 500X, an all-new model that's a mechanical sibling to the soo... More Detail

Nissan Leaf Is Now Profitable

Posted by | On October 24, 2014 | Leave a comment | Under: Nissan

Nissan has been selling its Leaf electric vehicle for nearly years; the vehicle first went on sale in Japan and the United States in December 2010. U.S. Nissan Leaf sales have seen a big uptick through the first nine months of 2014. Sales jumped 36 percent to 21,822 units through September compared to the same period last year.

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RAM’s Towing Capacity

Posted by | On October 23, 2014 | Leave a comment | Under: Car Articles

The 2015 RAM 1500 leads pickup truck fuel economy with winning powertrains: exclusive 3.0-liter V-6 EcoDiesel with 240 horsepower and 420 lb.-ft. of torque at 28 miles per gallon (mpg) and Pentastar 3.6-liter V-6 with 305 horsepower and best-in-class gasoline fuel economy of 25 mpg.

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Jeep Grand Cherokee Keeps SRT Name For Now

Posted by | On October 22, 2014 | Leave a comment | Under: Chrysler

When Chrysler Group said in May that the SRT designation would be for Dodge vehicles only, it was silent on the fate of the SRT versions of the Chrysler 300 and Jeep Grand Cherokee. However, according to Automotive News, a company source at Chrysler said the SRT will “likely be renamed” for 2016, but that decision was not yet final.

The future of the mighty Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT looked bleak earlier this year, as Chrysler said it would only give Dodge vehicles the SRT name in the future. Although we now hear the high-performance Chrysler 300 SRT8 and Grand Cherokee SRT may simply get a name change to Trackhawk.

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2015 Dodge Viper Production Restarts In November

Posted by | On October 21, 2014 | Leave a comment | Under: Dodge

Chrysler and the Dodge Viper have been struggling. It is so bad that production has stopped numerous times just because nobody is buying any.

Dodge’s recent $15,000 price cut is working, as September’s result makes up a large portion (about one-fifth) of the Dodge Viper SRT’s entire year-to-date only 546 units. The outgoing 2014 Viper, previously labeled as an SRT, started at $101,880, whereas the new 2015 model now starts at $86,990, both with destination. Dodge also retroactively applied the price cut to unsold 2014 models that were still sitting at dealers.

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FIAT 500X First Look

Posted by | On October 21, 2014 | Leave a comment | Under: Fiat

The 500X maintains the proportions and cute packaging of the smaller sibling. It is a genuine five-seater that maintains the proportions and cute packaging of the rounded revival of FIAT’s highest favorite, called the Cinquecento in Italy.

FIAT fans have known since at least earlier this year that the Italian brand would build a small SUV. Well, the wait is over. Witness the 2016 500X, an all-new model that’s a mechanical sibling to the soon-to-go-on-sale Renegade from Jeep, one of umpteen mash-ups to be expected in FIAT Chrysler.

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