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Take a closer look inside the upcoming Ram Rebel


The 2015 Ram Rebel is coming, and thanks to TheFastLaneTruck.com we can take an in-depth look inside the beastly new pick up.

According to a Ram representative in the video, there's a lot of fun differences between the Rebel and other 2015 Ram 1500s. The biggest difference you'll notice is the off road-oriented appearance. A big 'Ram' nameplate replaces the classic crosshair design. A…
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Man pays $60,000 for used cop car to benefit family of slain officer

 
(A Dodge Police cruiser similar to the one purchased by Steve Wells at the charity auction. Photo via Wikimedia Commons)

Most people probably wouldn't pay $60,000 for a battered, old Dodge Charger SXT with more than 147,000 miles on the odometer, but one Colorado rancher did just that and, in the process, helped change a teen's life.

According to ABC 7 News in Denver, Steve Wells purchased the car only to…
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Put your map on the Jeep with custom Mopar Decals

 

Every Jeep should look as unique as the person behind the wheel, and Mopar helps you do that with custom map decals shaped to fit perfectly on your vehicle's hood.

The process for getting a custom decal is super simple. First, visit Mopar's Jeep Decal homepage by clicking here. You'll see a gallery of other users designs, and a link to "create your own" at the top right corner of the page…
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It's official: The Jeep Cherokee is getting the Hellcat

 

How do you make the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT even more of a monster? Throw a Hellcat in it and rename the trim to "Trackhawk."

That's exactly what Fiat-Chrylser plans to do, according to Car and Driver.

Details are still vague at the moment, but what we do know is that the Trackhawk will come standard with the current 475 horsepower naturally aspirated 6.4-liter V-8 currently used in the Grand Cherokee SRT, and…
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Braking tech shown to cut down collisions

 
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Autonomous Emergency Braking technology, like that found on many of our models here including the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Chrysler 200, has helped reduce low speed rear-end collisions by 38 percent, according to a report from Jalopnik.com.

The results were found by a joint study conducted by both the Euro NCAP and Australia's ANCAP. They pooled data from several European countries as well as Australia. They found that the…
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License plate readers are more than meets the eye in Arizona

 
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One Arizona town is taking a cue from the Transformers franchise and hiding license plate readers in plain site. Their disguise? Fake cacti, according to AutoBlog.com.

The readers scan every car that comes by to compare the license plates against a database of vehicles that are either stolen or wanted for various reasons. Police then get a notification if there's a match.

According the Autoblog, the readers are not…
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Wagoneer expected in 2018, Wrangler to keep construction the same

 
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Two exciting bits of news out of the New York Auto Show: The next generation Jeep Wrangler will keep it's ladder-frame construction and the Jeep Wagoneer is on track for a 2018 debut.

The news was confirmed by Jeep boss Mike Manley. Manley wouldn't elaborate on whether or not the new Wrangler's body would be made from aluminum, as has been speculated before. If it is, the company will likely…
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Figuring out the trims: Ram Trucks edition

 

In this next article on vehicle trims we’re going to talk about Ram pickup trucks and all the various editions you can get them in. (We'll cover Ram Commercial Trucks in a separate article.)

  • Ram 1500: Tradesman, Express, Big Horn, Outdoorsman, Sport, Laramie, Laramie Longhorn, Laramie Limited
    • Ram 2500: Tradesman, SLT, Big Horn, Laramie, Outdoorsman, Power Wagon Tradesman, Power Wagon, Laramie Longhorn, Laramie Limited, Power Wagon Laramie
    • Ram 3500: Tradesman, SLT, Big Horn…
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10 ways the Jeep Renegade helps fuel your sense of adventure





1. Get out or let the world in. 
- There's nothing better than a healthy does of Vitamin D and fresh air.  
The Renegade's class-exclusive My Sky Open-Air Sunroof System brings the outside in, filling your Renegade with a burst of fresh air and sunlight.  Not just a panoramic roof, the panels are also totally removable like the t-tops of yesteryear.  If your can't get out and hike around Thatcher Park or take…
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