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Dodge, Jeep®, Ram brands keep U.S. sales streak alive

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles extended its streak of U.S. sales gains to 70 months in January, as “demand for its Jeep® sport utility vehicles” helped overcome winter weather on the East Coast, Bloomberg News reported. (more…)

Senior Night

A group of athletes that the folks at Hosick Motors have been following for a long time will be playing their final home game this Thursday night @ Vandalia High School. (more…)

Dodge Extends Plum Crazy Paint and Introduces All-new SRT Hellcat Stripes

New Dual Full-Length Body Stripes

Adding even more Dodge attitude for 2016, all-new dual full-length body stripes give Challenger and Charger SRT Hellcat models a factory-customized look. Finished with a carbon fiber pattern, the dual stripe design covers front and rear fascias, roof and deck lid, plus a tailored design around the SRT Hellcat’s signature NACA duct hood vent to emphasize both Challenger and Charger models’ functional yet aggressive design. (more…)

Jeep Cherokee Races On

The Jeep® Cherokee raced onto the four-wheel scene in 1974 and never slowed down. Designed to appeal to a new generation of Jeep® owners, the Cherokee immediately cemented itself as an instant classic in the iconic Jeep® line-up. (more…)

A 2016 Ram 3500 with a 1940 Dodge Pickup

Jeep® brand posts 68th straight month of sales gains

Fiat Chrysler on Tuesday “logged its best U.S. November sales in a decade-and-half” as the U.S. car industry shows little sign of slowing, the Financial Times reported. (more…)

OnStar Santa Update Returns

OnStar is keeping the Christmas spirit alive in General Motors vehicles all over the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe for the seventh consecutive year. Subscribers to the service will once again be able to press the blue button in their vehicle to receive a GPS location of Santa’s whereabouts on Christmas Eve, referred to by OnStar as the “Santa Update.” (more…)

Keep your gas gauge above the quarter mark

Keep your gas tank over ¼ full if possible. This will reduce condensation in the tank, which mixes water with fuel. Obviously, water in the gas is never good for your engine.

Other reasons:

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