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Gas Prices Expected to Drop this Summer

Early reports from the US Energy Information Administration are indicating that gas prices this summer may be dropping across the country to a cost we haven't seen in years.  The average price for a gallon of regular gas in the United States is expected to be close to $3.63 from April to September. Oil prices are expected to be lower which will help us see a price reduction at the pump.

"The forecast reflects a small decline in crude oil prices and expected gasoline consumption, as well as higher gasoline inventory levels," the EIA said in a statement…

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Chrysler's Impressive Streak Shouldn't Be Overlooked

There have been a lot of impressive streaks going on lately. The Miami Heat have won 18 straight NBA games. The Chicago Blackhawks set an NHL record starting the season without a loss in their first 23 games. Well, Chrysler  has a pretty sweet streak going on right now too.  February sales showed another strong gain for the red hot automotive company.

2013_Dodge_Dart_03This streak of Chrysler's has continued for almost 3 years.  Chrysler sales increased by 4% compared to February of 2012. Over 139,000 cars and trucks were sold this past month. This actually marks the 35th straight…

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2014 Jeep Cherokee Will Be Revealed at the New York Auto Show

Chrysler has recently released some details and images of the new 2014 Jeep Cherokee, which will be formally introduced to the world at the New York International Auto Show next month.  

The new engine and transmission specifications have yet to be announced. The new SUV is set to go on sale in the third quarter this year in North America. Chrysler announced that the new Jeep Cherokee will be replacing the current Jeep Liberty. It's said that the new 2014 Jeep Cherokee will consume around 45% less fuel than the model it is replacing.

 

This will mark the first…

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Safety Tips to Keep in Mind When Shoveling Snow

It has officially been winter for a week now and already a good portion of the Midwest and East Coast have experienced quite a bit of snowfall. Snow can be great for a lot of things like building snowmen, sledding, and snowball fights. Snow can also be dangerous and make for treacherous driving conditions which result in many accidents. Almost equally as dangerous is the act of snow shoveling and the amount of  injuries and even deaths that accompany it is somewhat surprising.

Snow shoveling has been linked to a recent increased number of heart attacks. Researchers believe that the…

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Chrysler Put Together a Strong 2012

The sales numbers from 2012 are in and it turns out Chrysler put together a pretty big year. In fact, its net income increased to $1.67 billion in 2012 which is about nine times better than 2011 when it earned $183 million.

In the fourth quarter of 2012, Chrysler earned $378 million which was a 68 percent increase from the $225 million it earned in the fourth quarter of 2011. The revenue gained in…

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Chrysler’s Donating $100 to United Way for Each Vehicle Sold During December



The holidays may be best known as a time for giving.  This holiday season, Chrysler Group LLC is taking that notion very seriously by donating $100 to United Way for each vehicle we sell during December.

"Even though the Detriot auto industry is doing well again, that success is not universally shared with all of our citizens," said Reid Bigland, President and CEO - Dodge Brand and Head of U.S. Sales.  "By giving to United…

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Jeep Wrangler a Top 10 Vehicle for Retaining Value

 

The 2013 Jeep Wrangler is among the top 10 vehicles that will retain their value after five years of ownership, according to the annual study released by Kelley Blue Book. 

One of the reasons we feel that the Wrangler continues to be near the top of KBB's value retention list is because the Wrangler is in a class of its own.  Consider this, KBB's Best Resale Value Award aside, some of the other…

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