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Which is Right for You and Your Next Jeep? Purchasing or Leasing?

You've found the New Jeep or Used Jeep to suit you and your lifestyle, but should you lease or buy? 

Lease

  • Lower Payments -- Get your brand-new Jeep home with more money in your pocket.
  • Easy Upgrades -- It's easy to turn in your old lease and get a new one. Perfect for people who live for that new car smell and the latest tech.

Buy

  • Jeep Mods -- You can make any modifications you want--upgraded shocks, stereo systems, spotlights, lift kits--you're free to customize your Jeep as much as you'd like.
  • Buy Pre-Owned -- When you purchase a vehicle…
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Do Rear Wheel Drive Vehicles Work Well in Cold Weather?

Some of the more common vehicle drive configurations include front-wheel drive (FWD) and rear-wheel drive (RWD). Front-wheel varieties have been in vogue lately, and this is not surprising given the many benefits that they can provide drivers. Nevertheless, RWD drive vehicles continue to enjoy attention and use from performance car enthusiasts.

Even though RWD cars can provide a raft of perks, they also come with certain caveats. The outstanding power that many RWD vehicles can produce can be a double-edged sword in slick road conditions. This is...

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Battery Temperatures


It is important to stay up to date with your vehicle and be aware of anything that needs to be done to it in order to protect your investment and ensure that when you need your vehicle the most, it will be able to work for you. When it comes to your battery, you need to make sure that your battery is in good health or you may find that when the temperatures turn cold outside, your vehicle may not want to start up quite so easily.

What you may not know is that if your battery has a lower…

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Muscle Car Buyers Love the New All-Wheel Drive


The Dodge Challenger has been an iconic muscle car ever since its conception. When it comes to driving in different climates, the American muscle car has not always had the best reviews. Dodge changes all of that with its latest Challenger design.

The new Challenger GT model will feature all-wheel drive. It is the world's first and only all-wheel drive American muscle car to date, and it has many drivers wondering what else will be included in the latest muscle car design. Now you can take a Challenger GT coupe on an all-day road trip.

 
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Ram 1500: The Working Man's Ride

Whatever job is waiting, the Ram 1500 Big Horn gives you the tools to get it done.

The 2018 Big Horn is specifically designed for heavy loads:

  • The high-strength steel frame features eight rugged support crossmembers making it capable of handling 50,000 psi.
  • The eight-speed automatic transmission gives you added power and enhanced mileage.
  • Class-exclusive air suspension uses interactive load leveling designed to improve load-bearing performance.
  • Fully adjustable air springs give you five separate height settings.
  • A sensor array automatically determines speed...
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Should I Purchase a 4WD or AWD Vehicle for Towing and Performance


There are many people who enjoy the added stability and maneuverability of all-wheel drive cars. They like the fact that they are no longer limited to only front-wheel drive and instead can have all-wheel drive. This allows the vehicle to maintain traction on the road better and hit tighter curves.

A four-wheel drive vehicle is great for driving on uneven terrains, such as mountain trails, and they are very effective at pulling trailers. One would not typically pull a trailer with an all-wheel-drive passenger car, but there are sport utility vehicles that are all wheel drive...
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Help Yourself Out With Sand


If you need to drive in the winter like most of us, you should be prepared. Even if you are a very careful driver and you have a good, reliable vehicle, it is sometimes hard to avoid getting stuck in the snow or on an icy patch. If you get stuck, don't panic. Just be prepared beforehand so you can get out of the situation. Be sure to always have a bag of sand, salt, or litter in your car when you drive in the winter. If you get stuck, all you need to do is spread it under…
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