Posts Tagged ‘Dodge’

  • citrus laguna dart
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    If you plan on buying a 2013 Dodge Dart and you want either the bright green Citrus Peel or bright Laguna Blue exterior paint – you may want to act fast.  According to the folks at Allpar, the Belvidere plant where the new Dart is built expects to stop painting new models Citrus Peel by …

  • ram 1500 logo slim
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    The Chrysler Group moved 139,015 new vehicles last month – marking the 35th consecutive month where the company as a whole has shown year over year (compared to the same month in the previous year) growth.  No other automaker can make a claim like that but the bigger story is which vehicles did the best …

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    Up until recently, I had no idea that Berville, Michigan was even a place. Now, I know that this little town in the middle of nowhere has one thing that I, in Los Angeles, do not: Mud bogging. Despite the ridiculous number of lifted, tricked out trucks in LA, there’re hardly any plastered in mud like this guy’s Ram 2500. The closest I’ve ever gotten to the Berville mud bog is a dirt lot and a hose. As it turns out, the neighbors weren’t too happy about me doing mud donuts in a Toyota Tercel (we all started somewhere right?)

  • challenger srt8 feature crop
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    The Chrysler Group posted their best February in five years last month with 139,015 vehicles sold accounting for a 4% improvement over the same month in 2012.  The Ram brand was up 2% thanks to the Ram truck lineup while the Dodge brand was the star of the company in February 2013 with 55,639 vehicles …

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    Half the fun of messing around in the mud is getting stuck in it. It’s like testing the limits of what is possible for you and your truck.

    Sometimes (frequently) the mud wins. In other types of automotive shenangigans, the fun is over when your vehicle can’t move anymore. A guy driving a powerstroke got to feel exactly what that’s like in the video below. Lucky for him, mudding is a little different from other types of hoonage in that the escape is almost as fun as getting stuck in the first place.