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Get Your Money's Worth in the Ram 1500 Big Horn

Whoever said that trucks are gas guzzlers couldn't be more wrong with the Ram 1500 Big Horn. It features an EcoBoost engine that delivers great mileage for city and highway driving.

The Big Horn trim level of the Ram 1500 features 20-inch wheels with chrome cladding for the style. It also has Park Sense front and rear parking assist so you can parallel park it with ease. The 40/20/40 split-bench front seat and 60/40 split-bench back seat enhance this truck's flexibility for seating passengers.

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2017 Dodge Journey Offers Surprising Storage Capacity

What do you take with you on your adventures? Camping gear? Sports equipment? Or are your adventures of the conquering-daily-routines variety? However you define the term, the 2017 Dodge Journey can help you take what you need with you with its smartly-designed storage spaces.

Make Room for Cargo: Rear seats fold down to give you access to up to 67.6 cubic feet of storage space. Load it up with gear, luggage, and all sorts of other things for your journeys.

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Dodge SRT Demon’s Power Numbers Hinted At

In recent years, Dodge has seemed dead-set on reminding us that the double-dash stands for performance. That became clear in 2015 when the SRT Hellcats were launched, and reinforced by this year’s Durango SRT. And yet, they’re not done. This spring, they will launch the new Challenger SRT Demon in New York.

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2018 Dodge Demon Would Rather Burn Out Than Fade Away

Not long after the hullabaloo had died down at this year’s Detroit Auto Show that Dodge let slip the first in a twelve-part series that will lead up to the unveiling of a new performance car. Called the 2018 Dodge Demon, the previews indicate that it will be a version of the Challenger even more powerful than its SRT Hellcat iteration.

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Dodge Unveils Its Next Demonic Harbinger

It isn’t every automaker that can design and build one of the most popular muscle cars in America, while selling a beastly 707-horsepower version. But Dodge does. They’re the Charger and Challenger SRT Hellcats, and they are absolute beasts. But what if we told you something even gnarlier was coming? Something… demonic?

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