Mopar | November 15 2017

Training new service techs: Mopar program is growing

There is no greater peace of mind when your car or truck needs service – whether routine maintenance or a repair – than turning it over to a well-trained technician you trust. The technical sophistication of today’s vehicles requires technicians who can inspect, diagnose and repair the interconnected electronic and mechanical systems. The need is
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Technology | November 14 2017

Looking ahead: Forward Collision Warning

A quick stop in heavy traffic – it’s one of the most challenging situations a driver faces, but it happens regularly, whether it be the daily rush-hour commute, or arriving for a big sporting event or concert, or as other drivers react to an ongoing emergency. The rear-end collision is the most common type of
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Technology | October 24 2017

Watch your back with parking detection systems

Parking lots are a high-risk zone for crashes. Typically, there are multiple cars moving at the same time, it can be hard to see past or around some tall vehicles and, sadly, not everyone is paying close attention. An extra set of eyes comes in handy. Or, in the case of several Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep,
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Mopar | August 01 2017

Mopar Turns 80: No Signs of Slowing Down

Mopar celebrates its 80th birthday on Aug. 1. From humble beginnings as a name for engine anti-freeze, the Mopar brand has come a long way and shows no signs of slowing down as it rolls past 80 years on the history odometer. Today, the Mopar name works harder than ever — delivering high-quality service, parts and customer care
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Powertrains | June 08 2017

Creating the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon V-8

In the summer of 2015, with car enthusiasts in awe of the performance of the newly introduced supercharged Hellcat V-8 engine (707 horsepower, 650 pounds-feet of torque) in the Dodge Challenger SRT and Charger SRT, FCA Powertrain and Dodge planners began to ponder “what’s next.” Following a route carved by the Dodge Viper ACR as
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