New Durango-based Maserati SUV Debuts in Frankfurt, Will it Be Built in the USA?
by Patrick Rall The 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show officially opened today, and with it comes the grand debut of the new Maserati Kubang, a sport utility vehicle based on the 2011 Dodge Durango (and named after Maserati’s 2003 concept). But just how much will it differ from the Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee?
Edge Products, a company known for consistently raising the bar on automotive programming and tuning, continues the trend of quality and innovation with a version 3.0 software update for their popular CS and CTS platform. The version 3.0 update adds several new features and benefits to Edge’s Juice with Attitude, Evolution, and Insight CS/CTS line […] More »
by Patrick Rall The 2011 Dodge Charger has made a name for itself with its new 3.6L V6 offering more power and better fuel economy than the previous entry-level 3.5L V6, but when the 2012 Dodge Charger hits the market, it will also be available with a new 8-speed automatic transmission to improve fuel economy […] More »
by Patrick Rall The Chrysler Group posted a year over year gain of 30.6% for August of 2011, making them the strongest automaker group operating in the US by a comfortable margin over Nissan NA, who improved by just 19%. The Chrysler Group was lead in sales by the Jeep brand with an improvement of […] More »
Air Lift Company announced today the release of WirelessONE, a technologically advanced, easy to use on-board air compressor system that allows for the inflation and deflation of a vehicle’s air springs with the press of a button.