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Back in November 2005, a VehicleVoice Blog commented on the existence of a periodic jihad on sport utility vehicles in the USA and worldwide. The introduction General Motors' GMT900 SUVs - the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban, the GMC Yukon and Yukon XL, plus the Cadillac Escalade and Escalade ESV have set the earth-is-flat crowd wailing again.
Chrysler Group's Street and Racing Technology group (SRT) applies their brand of magic to the Dodge Caliber SRT4.
The Caliber offers aggressive styling that does stand out wrapped around an useful and competitive package and those who choose it are likely to have long and happy relationship with their cars.
The all new Dodge Caliber is a good example of global cooperation in automotive product development. Caliber overcomes daunting challenges of cross-continent and cross-cultural communications.
The latest Mustang is a success in the image ranks and in the buff books. Its sales success has surprised even Ford and production capacity has been increased so they can sell even more. The other historic Detroit brands will revisit the rear-wheel-drive coupe idea at the 2006 North American International Motor Show in Detroit.
The latest Mustang is a success in the image ranks and in the buff books. Its sales success has surprised even Ford and production capacity has been increased so they can sell even more. The other historic Detroit brands will revisit the rear-wheel-drive coupe idea at the 2006 North American International Motor Show in Detroit.
What's the next "new" concept for the Chrysler Group's successful rear-wheel-drive platform? Back to the history books. Dodge cannot resist the temptation to revive a muscle car entry, given the available rear-wheel-drive platform and current powertrains. Though Dodge may have gone this direction without the success of the latest Mustang, consumer's response to the latest Mustang is certainly cause for inspiration.
Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine (December 2005) selects the Best New Cars in several price classes. It will be interesting to see how owner ratings of these new vehicles come in AutoPacific's Vehicle Satisfaction Award research.
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