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  1. Rumors and General Chrysler Discussion
    Any changes expected for the 2020 wrangler besides the PHEV becoming available eventually? I have seen rumors of the eTorque being added to the 3.6 and new sway bars to avoid the wobble? Debating on waiting or getting a '19
  2. Mopar / Stellantis News
    Many Dodge and Ram truck owners cringe at the suggestion of a hybrid Hemi half-ton, but having driven the new eTorque Hemi-powered Ram 1500 Longhorn around Lexington, Kentucky, I don’t see any downside to this new option. Keep in mind, if you are really that opposed to having a hybrid truck, you...
  3. Cherokee, Liberty, Nitro
    Hi Folks, I'm looking to purchase a brand new Cherokee, and I'd like some advice regarding which engine I should get. I understand that the 3.2L is essentially Old Faithful, and the 2.0L is the new kid on the block, but I plan on keeping this vehicle for up to 10 years, and I want to get the...
  4. Mopar / Stellantis News
    Hey guys, here is another article. This one is on eTorque and what FCA would need to do to change existing view on hybrids in general. Here is the a link to the article itself: Below is the article text for...
  5. Mopar / Stellantis News
    The next-generation 2019 Ram 1500 debuts today at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The all-new Ram is bigger inside and out with a vastly different design language, more premium features in the enlarged cabin and a pair of new hybrid engines, with more of what truck...
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