Yesterday we took a Fiat 500 Lounge Hatchback to the Italian Market in South Philly. Parking was difficult – for everybody else.
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As a Jeep Brand enthusiast, adventure is a way of life. Whether it’s rock climbing or the crazy activities that you tackle every day, we want to hear it. The best storyteller wins a generous prize to use towards a trip to Jeep Jamboree, or to fuel your next off-road adventure.
Watch as Kia takes you on an animated journey through the history and evolution of the modern car. Automobile manufacturing has come a long way from early mass production to develop features like power steering and radios.
While many milestone features like the gas gauge and seat belts are now industry standards, new frontiers are constantly being explored like GPS and hybrid or electric cars. Kia has constantly made it a point to not just remember the past, but to become the future of what cars should be.
The Limited Edition 2014 Jeep Wrangler Polar has arrived on our lot. With only 4,500 in production, we here at Cherry Hill Jeep are extremely excited to offer these awesome snow-crushers to our Jeep-loving customers. And yes – the seats are HEATED!
A “Polar” badge on the side notes the 78° S, 106° E coordinates of Vostok in Antarctica, where Jeep says the “absolute severest temperature in the world was recorded at -128.56° F (-89.2° C).”
This January, Jeep will sponsor the Winter X Games in Aspen, CO and will showcase the Wrangler Polar.
Interested in a test-drive?
Contact our Jeep specialist, Dan Carl, at 866-393-4274
On a road trip, your destination is almost as important as the people you bring along for the ride. Everyone brings something different to a road trip with friends and the Jeep Patriot has features to keep every type of traveler happy on the open road.
Ram and the rest of the Chrysler Group took home 15 of 24 awards at the Texas Truck Rodeo, bringing home not only Truck of the Year honors, but also SUV and full-size SUV of Texas in addition to other awards last weekend.
The Texas Truck Rodeo is an annual event. This year, 61 pickups, SUVs and crossovers were put through rigorous testing.
Texas is often viewed as a major sales and marketing battleground for U.S. trucks and SUVs. A successful campaign in Texas is seen as a bellwether for national success in those segments.
Here’s a pretty solid reason to never make a dog angry.
The most significant changes to the 2014 Kia Soul, however, are the improved quality of the interior materials (soft-touch surfaces abound) and a better, quieter ride.
Indeed, the interior in the new Soul is the redesign’s strong suit, in my view. Since the car grew incrementally, its interior is a tad roomier, for openers. Then there is the handsome dash design with its very accessible instruments and controls, and the good visibility and seat support.
The engineers also did a good job of improving the car’s ride and noise levels, which had been subpar. The quieter ride resulted from the new car’s stiffer structure and the addition of insulation in the floor and elsewhere. They also reworked the suspension to improve ride and handling. Modifications to the Soul’s steering system have given it what turns out to be pretty good response and on-center feel for an electric unit.
The engines offered in the 2014 Soul, which will be showing up this month in Philadelphia-area showrooms, are essentially carryovers of the 1.6- and 2-liter used in the 2013s.
Ron Burgundy steps out from behind the news desk to deliver some Anchorman-quality testimonials about the 2014 Dodge Durango.
With used cars more reliable than ever, the choice often boils down to money.
There’s nothing like that new-car smell. Buying a new car has a lot of allure: It’s brand new and it’s all yours; nobody has abused it. You can get the vehicle equipped just the way you want, and you get the full factory warranty. But hold on. Your best deal could well be a late-model used car.
The used-car market has changed dramatically in the past few years. To start with, today’s new cars — and thus used cars — are simply made better. Overall quality and durability has increased as U.S. manufacturers pushed hard to catch up to imports. A second factor is the rise of leasing.
New used-car superstore chains are also making it easier than ever to buy with huge inventories and no-haggle shopping. The kicker is that if you opt for a 3-year-old model instead, you could save as much as 30% to 40% over new.
In the last few years, car dealers, backed by manufacturers, have introduced what they call “certified” used-car programs for newer used cars (usually up to 3 years old). Manufacturers insist that a used car must pass a series of inspections before it can become certified. And once a car passes, the manufacturer adds a fresh warranty, sometimes 12 months or more.
If you want a used car, start by checking prices of the vehicles that interest you. Among the best websites are Edmunds.com and Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com. Both are free, and both will let you check the going prices for almost every make, model and year you could want. (Both sites list new-car prices as well.)
Sites like Autotrader.com and Cars.com list classified ads for used cars, mostly from dealers. Enter your zip code and you’ll get a selection of cars within 100 miles or so of your home. While ads for these same vehicles undoubtedly also are running in your local paper, you get more detail online.
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The 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage is an all-new city car that is the smallest and cheapest vehicle the Japanese automaker plans to sell in the U.S. It is built in Thailand and offered in a variety of Skittles-like colors, including kiwi green, plasma purple, “infrared” and sapphire blue, along with the conventional black, white and silver. It is equipped with a frugal 1.2-liter I3 engine kicking out a mighty 74 hp. Buyers can choose between a five-speed manual transmission or a CVT. Its interior is basic but well-equipped, especially for the price. It knows it isn’t about speed, handling or luxury. It doesn’t care.
The Mirage is basic point A-to-point B transportation — something Mitsubishi has never been anything but clear about. Its task is simple and straightforward: Offer both cash-strapped millennials and empty-nest boomers the opportunity to enjoy that new-car smell. More importantly, Mitsubishi intends to make the Mirage cost-competitive with lower-priced used cars by offering generous warranties and, of course, excellent fuel economy.
That fuel economy will go a long way toward selling the package. Mitsubishi calls the Mirage the “most fuel-efficient gasoline-powered non-hybrid vehicle in America;” behind that mouthful of qualifiers sits an impressive set of EPA ratings: 34 city/42 highway/37 combined for the five-speed manual car, and 37 city/44 highway/40 combined for the more-efficient CVT drivetrain.
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The Fiat 500C is a small convertible that is ideal for urban use, but has enough space for four adults to travel comfortably. In fact, the interior is about the same size as the coupé version of the Fiat 500, and only the trunk space has suffered a slight adjustment so passengers can fully enjoy the spring in this fun little cabrio.
I tested the Fiat 500C Lounge 1.4 on the first day of spring.
The soft top of the Fiat 500C folds up and out of the trunk, thereby not affecting loading or cabin space. Folding the top down gives the car a rather curious retro look.
The roof features three basic options that are selected by pressing an open-close button. The first choice option is to open the roof only slightly, resembling your average sunroof, the second is to open it completely and the third is to collapse the roof entirely along with the rear windows.
Perhaps the toughest evaluation process for any state, Michigan hosts a contest between all of the available police pursuit vehicles each year to see how they might do in the real world. Then, it drives them around a track.
This year, the 2014 Dodge Charger Pursuit AWD has claimed the title for the quickest all-wheel-drive car around Grattan Raceway in Belting, Michigan, with a 1:33.85. Its average lap time was 1:34.75. The former number is just a fraction of a second off the time set by the rear-wheel-drive, V-8-powered Charger at 1:33.70, and it decimates last year’s all-wheel-drive, EcoBoost Ford Pursuit sedan’s time of 1:35.9. On a short track, two seconds can be huge.
This year is the first time that Dodge made an all-wheel-drive, V-8-powered Charger available to police fleets. Armed with a 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 that produces 390 horsepower and 370 pound-feet of torque–pulling force. Traditionally, the Dodge Charger Pursuit has been available in rear-wheel-drive configuration when saddled with the V-8 or rear- or all-wheel drive when equipped with with the 292-horsepower, 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 that has quickly become a fixture in the Chrysler portfolio.
Just the Facts:
– The reaction to the 2014 Ram 1500 EcoDiesel has been so enthusiastic that Chrysler is starting to wonder if it will be able to fill demand.
– “We are capped on how many we can build,” said Dave Sowers, who heads Ram Truck’s light- and heavy-duty marketing.
– Dealers will start taking orders for the Ram EcoDiesel at the end of the year.