Archive | January, 2014

2014 Dodge Grand Caravan Car Seats Review

The 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan car seats friendliness is a vital subject, crucial really, to the parents and babysitters among us. Anyone who has wrestled these packages of plastic and fabric into and out of a sliding door minivan or, hopefully not, a sedan, can tell you that a vehicle’s ability to make car seats […]

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The New Chrysler 200 Interior Is Restraint and Futurism

Last week at the North American International Auto Show, Chrysler unveiled their new design for the 200 sedan. The redesign sloughed off all vestiges of the Sebring that lingered around fenders and tail lights, and elicited a strong response from the automotive community. The car is rounder overall, which should help improve economy, as well […]

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Five-Minute Jeep Q&A with CEO Mike Manley

Car and Driver sat down for a Jeep Q&A session with none other than CEO Mike Manley this week. The setting: the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The backstory: Manley did the same interview at last year’s NAIAS. The big question: In today’s fuel-efficient hybrid world, can Jeep adapt? Manley had a lot […]

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NAIAS 2014: The Redesigned 2015 Chrysler 200

Chrysler officially showed off the redesign of their 200 model at the 2014 NAIAS in Detroit this morning, and thank goodness the look of the Sebring is gone. Much as initial spy photos indicated, the 200 sports an attractive body style with attention-grabbing LEDS in the front and rear. As had been guessed by the […]

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