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2018 Jeep Wrangler Leaked From Factory Floor

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has struggled to keep the 2018 Jeep Wrangler under wraps. This time JL Wrangler Forums is thrown out some images of the JL Wrangler it says are taken straight from the Toledo, Ohio factory floor. While the images are unconfirmed, the site's history of leak accuracy and the photos themselves make this a rather believable leak. The…

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2018 Ram 3500 HD Makes 930 lb-ft Of Torque

The constant one-upping of power figures in the heavy duty pickup segment is continuing. This time Ram moved the chess pieces be announcing a 2018 Ram 3500 Heavy Duty that generates a staggering 930 pound-feet of torque; besting both the 2017 F-Series Heavy Duty and GM trucks. There are some caveats to this one, though. The house-moving torque rating only…

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Spies Confirm 2019 Ram Body Still Steel

The clever spy photographers working for LeftLaneNews have managed to confirm the metal of choice on the 2019 Ram 1500. And so far, it appears that Ram won't be joining Ford in the all-aluminum body era. The spy photographers used a rather simply method to determine the metal found on the new Ram. They simply ran a magnet over each…

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2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Priced

The fastest SUV in the world now has a price tag. Jeep has announced a base price of $86,995 (including destination) for the 2018 Grand Cherokee Trackhawk; those interested can begin submitting their order on August 10th at the nearest Jeep dealership. The all-new Trackhawk is powered by Fiat Chrysler's well-known Supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI V-8 with a staggering 707 horsepower…

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Spy Shots Reveal 2019 Ram Interior

Publications Trucks.com has provided us the first glimpse at the 2019 Ram interior. Despite being a totally redesigned version of today's Ram 1500, the interior appears to be shaping up as an evolved version of the current one. While the dash panel in the spy shots is largely covered with a black cloth, the instrument panel is uncovered. This small…

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More 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Details Leak

Yet again the enthusiasts over at JL Wrangler Forums have leaked more details on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler. This time it appears the website has discovered legitimate order guide details of the JL Wrangler out of Fiat Chrysler's dealership ordering system. The findings fill in nearly all the holes left with regards to the new icon. Let's start with confirmation…

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Will Dodge Offer A Post-Demon Angel?

The folks over at Fiat Chrysler Authority have uncovered an interesting trademark filing. According to their findings FCA has trademarked the name ANGEL for vehicle use. Full disclosure: trademark filings often mean nothing and are never used, but this one is fun to speculate given the Hellcat and Demon monikers are already used. The theory here is that perhaps the…

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New Ram 1500 Will Debut In January

During Fiat Chrysler Automobiles second-quarter earnings call CEO Sergio Marchionne used the platform to confirm a couple product introductions. The chief executive confirmed plans to reveal an all-new Ram 1500 pickup truck in January at the North American International Auto Show. In addition to the new Ram, Marchionne also confirmed rumors that broke last week stating the 2018 Jeep Wrangler…

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Report: Diesel Jeep Wrangler Still Planned

Diesel is a dirty word these days, but apparently Jeep hasn't given up on the idea of a diesel Wrangler. According to the enthusiasts over at JL Wrangler Forums FCA told dealers it still plans to offer the all-new Wrangler with a diesel engine. The report (unconfirmed with independent sources) claims FCA pulled select Jeep dealers to a private meeting…

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Dodge Dealers Dodging Demon Markup Rules

We've simply never seen a car quite like the 840 horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. Not only is the car a mechanical monster, it has also come to market with an incentive for dealerships to not markup the sticker price of the beast. Automotive News reports dealers are finding ways to dodge the pricing rules, though. According to the report,…

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