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Report: Chrysler extending production of Dodge Avenger, Grand Caravan, and Jeep Wrangler?

TheDetroitNews reports that Chrysler will apparently be extending the production life of the Dodge Avenger, Jeep Wrangler, and the Dodge Grand Caravan, according to insider sources with material supplies. Chrysler has been recently known to be hard at work, trying to figure out how to proceed and execute Dodge’s plans for the future. As of […]

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Dodge unveils Blacktop Edition Durango, Grand Caravan, Journey next to Challenger, Charger, and Avenger

Dodge is gearing up to show off a new package line that they’re now offering on seven different Passenger vehicles. The package line is called Dodge Blacktop, which gives prospective buyers an opportunity to buy some neatly decked out versions of the Durango, Grand Caravan, Journey, Challenger, Charger, and the Avenger. For all of the […]

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Report: Chrysler still undecided on which brand will get the next minivan

Chrysler takes minivans very seriously – and they should since the segment rescued the automaker from the brink of collapse in 1983 and continued to bring in million in profits by leading the market for decades in a segment that surpassed 1 million units for 12 years. A new report by the Detroit Free Press […]

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Report: Small Chrysler crossover will replace Town & Country, compact hatchback due 2014

We’ve known for some time that Chrysler Group LLC will be opting for only one minivan – the Dodge Grand Caravan – and will be axing the Chrysler Town & Country. So what’s going to take the place of the Town & Country minivan in the Chrysler brand’s lineup? A small new crossover. New reports […]

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Consumer Reports lists five popular cars you should avoid

When it comes to all things automotive, many enthusiasts don’t care to listen to Consumer Reports – however, the general public does listen to the publication. Either way, Consumer Reports has listed out five vehicles that you should probably avoid. “Just because a car generates a lot of buzz or is a best seller doesn’t […]

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Marchionne: Chrysler Town & Country to be replaced by new crossover, say bye to Jeep Compass

For a while now, we’ve been hearing the Chrysler Group LLC CEO Sergio Marchionne is deciding on just one minivan for the group’s brands (between the Chrysler Town & Country and the Dodge Grand Caraven) and on what to do with the Jeep Compass. The verdict is in – Marchionne has decided that the Jeep […]

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Report: Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan fight to live

Inside Chrysler Group LLC, the company that invented the minivan, there is a strong debate going on which one of its two current minivans will survive. Chrysler and Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne has his right hand men studying the company’s two family haulers including the luxury Chrysler Town & Country and the affordable Dodge Grand […]

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Chrysler will offer just one minivan, will badge them differently in the U.S. and Canada

Minivans – what a boring segment – however, we’re pretty sure that someone, somewhere out there cares about them so we’re here to update you on some minivan news. Chrysler, which has dominated the segment for around 28 years. plans on offering just one single model that will be branded differently in the United States […]

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Dodge and Toyota in a tight race for minivan segment leader

Minivans – while boring, the segment is a very important one in the United States. The current battle for minivans has to main competitors, Toyota and Dodge. While Toyota is catching up fast, Dodge still leads the segment wit ha total of 92,930 Grand Caravan units sold through the first 10 months of 2011. Toyota […]

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Soccer moms rejoice: 5 minivans earn IIHS’ Top Safety Pick Award

Five minivan models have earned the 2011 Top Safety Pick award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The winners are the safest vehicles around, with better rollover crash protection than other models. Other qualifying factors include the highest ratings for side, frontal, and rear crash protection, along with electronic stability control. On the top […]

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