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The Array of Dodge Journey Safety Features

The Dodge Journey comes complete with a variety of important, dynamic safety features. The Dodge Journey safety features include a dual phase steel protective frame. This is designed to protect passengers against impact during collisions. In addition, it allows the vehicle to carry a heavier load.

Dodge Journey also includes active front seat head restraints. These restraints are designed to lessen the potential for injury in a rear end collision.

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Experience the Durability of the Ram 1500

The Ram 1500 has long had a reputation for being one of the hardest working light-duty pickup trucks on the road. Brand new Ram 1500s are even tougher than those in past years thanks to its frame steel strength that is reinforced at critical areas to improve this truck's ability to handle any load or situation.

The Ram 1500 is also equipped with a number of safety features that will enhance your driving experience.

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Dodge Charger Performance Features

Dodge originally launched the Charger as a show car in 1964. It continues as a prominent fixture in the muscle car market. In fact, it’s the only 4-door sedan vehicle available in that category. Among the Dodge Charger’s performance features is, of course, its impressive engine options.

The SRT 392, for example, delivers a 485-horsepower engine with 475 pound-feet of torque.

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How Much Cargo Space is Available in a 2018 Dodge Durango?

Cargo space is a huge demand for SUV type vehicles. Whether a compact SUV, mid-sized, or large SUV, the amount of cargo space available is an important distinction for most purchasers. The large SUVs obviously have plenty of cargo space. In the mid-size and compact categories, cargo space comes at the expense of seating.

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Why is My Fuel Mileage Decreasing?

There are many reasons for decreased fuel mileage. Perhaps your tires are low, maybe you need a tune-up, or perhaps you need a front-end alignment. However, the principal reason for a decrease in fuel mileage is an exhaust leak.

Your exhaust system is designed to maintain a specific amount of pressure in your combustion chamber. 

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Don't Let Your Vehicle Engine Overheat

If the light that signals the vehicle engine is overheated comes on, immediately pull over and turn off the engine. If steam is coming out from under the hood while you are driving, pull over then, as well. Running a vehicle when it is overheated can cause damage to the engine.

A common reason for the engine to overheat is the coolant level is too low. 

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Brake Fluid and Your Braking System

Brake fluid, brake drums or discs, calipers, rotors, shoes and pads are all part of the vehicle's braking system. Fluid in the brake lines transfers the power from the brake pedal to the other components that slow or stop the car or truck. The brakes and the fluid should be checked each year or every 12,000 miles. Brake fluid commonly deteriorates along with the brake pads.

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Signs It is Time for a New Alternator

The alternator on your car is vital to the smooth running of your vehicle. Your car needs a lot of power when you are driving down the road. When the battery is fully charged, you still aren't going to go very far if your alternator isn't working.

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Time to Replace Your Car Battery

A dead car battery is a nuisance. Learning that you left your lights on all night is even more annoying. While the problem can be solved with a jump start, your battery may have problems that require you to replace your battery. If you didn't leave the lights on and your battery died, it probably isn't re-charging while you drive.

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