Standardized Towing Tests Could Bring Bad Grades
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 »
We already congratulated the SRT boys for delivering the goods at the Mount Everest of race tracks, but now we have the opportunity to step into the 2010 Viper ACR as it torches Nürburgring production car record. After the jump, check out the amazing video of the fastest production car ever to tame to the […] More »
by John CoyleDodgeForum October 1st, the teams of the American Le Mans Series will do battle for the final time this season. Road Atlanta will play host, and the drivers will lap the storied circuit for ten hours or 1000 miles, whichever comes first.
by Patrick Rall We have known for weeks now that the Dodge Caliber hatchback will be replaced with a new vehicle to make its grand debut at the 2012 North American International Auto Show in Detroit’s Cobo Hall. Now the first spy shots have leaked, as well as the rumored name of the model. Here’s […] More »
PickupTrucks.com, an authoritative Website for pickup truck news and information, has named the Ram 1500 the winner of its Best $30,000 Pickup Truck Shootout. Despite being pitted against four other value trucks with significant differences, the Ram 1500 found its way to the top for its balance of price, performance and features.