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    Chrysler has announced that in late September 2008, three vehicles will be shown to the dealerships, and all three of these vehicles are said to be “production capable” electric vehicles.  As a company, Chrysler has been slower to actively jump into the hybrid game, with Honda, Toyota, and General Motors being the most publicly vocal …

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    Just weeks after Design Team Chief Trevor Creed announced his retirement; one of the head designers for Chrysler, Michael Castiglione has left the company.  Castiglione, whose most well known work in his 15 years with the company stems back to the Chrysler 300, was one of the individuals most involved with the design of the …

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    Since the Viper was slated for an end to its production, rumors have soared about what was to come of this iconic Mopar machine.  Last week, Chrysler mentioned that there were a few interested buyers lined up, but gave no indication as to who those people might be.  The recent announcement that Dodge will be …

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    When the Nissan Titan was released, its power output and advertised capabilities were near to those of the Dodge Ram, and owners of Titans and Rams had out their differences on the street and on the track, with mixed results.  However, sales of the Titan have not been doing well so for the next generation …

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    The Dodge Charger is entering its 4th year of production, and while the interior and exterior changes of the 2009 Dodge Charger are subtle, but the big news for ’09 is in the drivetrain.  The 5.7L Hemi engine offered in the Charger R/T jumps up to 368 horsepower and 395 lb-ft of torque (previously 340hp …