Delving into Dodge’s Diesel Future: Does Anyone In America Really Care?
Photo courtesy of Autoblog by Patrick Rall The Dodge brand is no stranger to diesel engines, as the Cummins Turbo Diesel has been a mainstay in the truck lineup for years. But since Ram Trucks split away from the Dodge cars, minivans and SUVs, there haven’t been any diesel powered Dodge models. But with CEO […] More »
Being pulled along by some serious Ram power, the Chrysler Group LLC reported U.S. sales of 127,334, a 27 percent increase compared with sales in September 2010 (100,077 units), and the best September sales since 2007. Read past the jump for detailed, brand by brand analysis.
by Patrick Rall The Dodge Charger has seen a great many changes since being introduced as a trimline to the Dodge Dart in 1965. But since becoming its own model in 1966, the Charger has been one of the most well known performance names in American motoring history. So let’s pay homage to it with […] More »
Pickuptrucks.com had an interesting idea for a comparison test. Rather than try to find similarly equipped models for apples-to-apples comparison, why not give automakers a hard $30,000 cap, including options, and let them send over what they believe to be their best truck?
Society of Automotive Engineers to implement tow rating standards for trucksby Patrick Rall In 1972, the Society of Automotive Engineers implemented standardized testing procedures to measure the real world horsepower output of engines in the United States and now – some 40 years later – the group is looking to offer a similar standardized program […] More »