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Enjoy a Sneak Peek of the Jeep Renegade’s Interior Features

When you’re driving, you’ll love everything that the interior of the Jeep Renegade has to offer. The new Renegade has been redesigned with all sorts of great features to provide comfort and convenience.

The newest generation of the UCONNECT systems is inside the 2018 Renegade. This offers you multi-touch functionality as well as a high-definition screen. It allows you to control everything from seat warmers to GPS. You can also enjoy your music and entertainment from this screen. 

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ProMaster City Provides Opportunities for Business or Personal Enjoyment

If you’ve been looking for the type of vehicle that lets you do more, and do it your way, then the popular Ram ProMaster City is the van you want to explore! The payload capacity is best-in-class, with a maximum of 1,885 pounds. The roof has a maximum load weight of 150 pounds. With those combined weights, you have a lot of flexibility with the ProMaster City.

You also need a van that provides towing for those extra jobs that require additional accessories. The maximum towing capacity is 2,000 pounds.

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Dodge Charger Safety Features

Introduced as a show car for the 1964 season, the Dodge Charger has endured as a noted presence in the automobile industry. It is, in fact, the only sedan muscle car on the market. Dodge’s attention to such features as safety helps to maintain the Charger’s highly-desirable status.

The state-of-the-art braking system, for example, offers a number of notable features. Its Rain Brake System begins the action of adding a small amount of pressure to the calipers when it’s alerted to wet road conditions as you turn on the windshield wipers. 

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Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Features to Impress

The Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is a popular family minivan that offers great performance, comfortable rides, roomy interior, fuel economy and safety features that assist drivers in difficult driving situations. Stop at Wolfchase Chrysler Dodge Jeep and check out the Pacifica for yourself.

The Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid offers tons of assistance, whether you’re trying to parallel park, perpendicular park, pull out of a tight spot or drive safely on the freeway. The Pacifica sends out alerts any time it detects impending danger from other people or vehicles. 

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Deciding Between Conventional and Synthetic Motor Oil

When you’re changing the oil in your vehicle, do you know if you should choose synthetic motor oil? Knowing the differences between conventional and synthetic oils can help keep your engine running smoothly.

Conventional oil is made from base oils, which are modified with additives to give the motor oil desired properties. On the other hand, synthetic oil is designed at the chemical level to perform optimally in your engine. 

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Play it Safe in the Chrysler 300

There's nothing like the luxury of driving a full-size sedan like the Chrysler 300 as you travel around the Bartlett, TN region. However, you also want your passengers to be safe. The Chrysler 300 does not disappoint in this area, as it is chock-full of the latest safety features.

An abundance of safety features, such as Park Sense Front and Rear Park Assist and Rear Cross Path Detection, are either included or available as options depending on the trim you choose.  

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Towing and Carrying Capacity of the 2018 Ram 2500 Laramie

Ram provides their line of trucks with plenty of power to spare. The Ram 2500 line comes in four trims: Tradesman, SLT, Big Horn, and Laramie. Though all the Ram 2500 trucks provide significant power, the Laramie is the most powerful of the line, delivering more through a legendary diesel motor.

The 2018 Ram 2500 Laramie comes powered by the 6.7-Liter Cummins Turbo Diesel 16 engine that produces 800 lb.-ft torque. The diesel driven Laramie can pull 17,980 pounds making the Laramie capable of towing any trailer or fifth-wheel on the market. 

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How to Avoid Hydroplaning

Momentarily losing control of your vehicle when you’re driving on wet surfaces is one of the scariest situations you can encounter. As water rushes in between your vehicle’s tires and the pavement, it takes control of directing their movements. The wheels can’t gain the traction they need to move through it. There are precautions you can take to help steer clear of that situation again.

The first is to maintain the tires themselves. Keep the air pressure at the recommended weight. Check it monthly along with a visual inspection of the tires’ wear and tread. 

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How to Avoid a Blowout

Having a blowout while driving down the highway is a scary experience. It's also costly and a hassle. Avoiding a blowout is relatively easy though, and routine tire care is the perfect first step to avoidance.

You've probably been told to have your tires rotated every six months, and you should follow the recommendation. Tire rotation encourages even tire tread wear and tear, which is crucial to eliminating a blowout. 

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