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Comfortable Seating Options in the FIAT 500

Despite the fact that the FIAT 500 is classified as a subcompact car, it has roomy seats that are designed with comfort in mind. This popular offering from FIAT is available with a range of seating options to ensure that you and your passengers can enjoy the ride.

In addition to a range of materials and colors, you can choose to get built-in heating elements. With a press of a button, the elements work to produce a soothing warmth that cuts through even the toughest winters. Also available are armrests for the front seats. 

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Keep Cool in the FIAT 500L

The grip that the new FIAT 500L has on the road is always a sure thing because of its Electronic Stability Control, which can apply the brakes and modify the throttle so you maintain directional control even under adverse driving conditions. Your investment is protected by a security alarm that sounds an audible alarm and flashes headlights when thieves try to break in.

Stay cool all season in the new 500L with the help of the available Dual-Zone Automatic Temperature Control. You can set separate climate levels for you and your front passenger. 

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The Style and Comfort of the FIAT 500X SUV

Although rugged and durable on the outside, the FIAT 500X SUV features premium interior elements for a smooth and pleasurable driving experience. With lots of customizable space, heated seats and steering wheel options, and high-tech safety and media components, the 2018 FIAT 500X is the ultimate SUV.

The state-of-the-art Uconnect 4 system offers Bluetooth capabilities, support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, voice command and hands-free calling, and offers options for 3D graphic GPS and Sirius XM Radio. 

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Exterior Style of the FIAT 124 Spider Roadster

When you’re ready to put some Italian style into your drives, go with the FIAT 124 Spider. This gem of a car depends on a highly responsive 1.4L MutliAir® Turbo engine with a fresh-air induction system and twin intercoolers to deliver up to 160 horsepower and 184 lb.-ft. of torque to the rear wheels. The standard six-speed manual transmission features a short-throw shifter for a sportier feel.

The exterior shines at night through Halogen Projector Headlamps that cast a wide beam with LED taillamps bringing up the rear. 

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How the Rubicon Tops the Jeep Wrangler JK Lineup

So you can pick the right set of options for your driving and terrain conditions, the Jeep Wrangler JK offers four trim levels, including the base Sport, and the Sport S and Sahara at higher levels. At the top, particularly if you enjoy trail adventures, is the Rubicon.

Among its advantages is the front sway bar disconnect. This improves articulation on broken surfaces by allowing the wheels up front to drop and compress as needed. To aid with ground clearance, the all-terrain tires are sized at 33 inches. The larger surface area makes for a firmer grip. 

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Drive Anywhere in Comfort with the Jeep Renegade

The Jeep Renegade is not only a more compact version of the iconic Jeep, it is a technology mecca with tons of infotainment options, plenty of driver assists and comfortable design features. And, it's really cute, too.

The Uconnect system offers a wide range of navigation and entertainment choices, with two available systems. 

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Take the Rough Road in the Jeep Compass

Wherever you decide to take the Jeep Compass, you and your passengers will be pampered by seats covered in premium cloth/vinyl, cloth, premium cloth, or leather. Taking care of your comfort is the Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control, which lets you and your front passenger set separate temperatures.

The Trail Rated® badge of this SUV’s Trailhawk® trim signifies superior capabilities under different off-road conditions. 

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Does the Chrysler Pacifica Use a Rear Cross Traffic Check System?

Today's drivers have an advantage when moving in reverse, thanks to recent advances in radar technology. First came the blind spot detection system. After that invention grew positive fruit, engineers took on the act of backing up to see if they could improve the chances of detecting cross traffic before an accident.

Chrysler engineers placed two radar units inside the rear bumper of the Pacifica. The radar units activate when the car is put into reverse. The radar is strong enough to detect movement up to 50-yards to either side of the vehicle rear. 

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2018 Chrysler 300 Offers Best-In-Class Performance

Car buyers have never been more fixated on full size luxury sedans than they are right now. That's because they offer some of the best performance features on the road today while still remaining small enough to afford great fuel efficiency. That is why our team is so excited to announce the arrival of the brand new 2018 Chrysler 300.

The available V8 package kicks out an incredible 363 horsepower. When you drive by, people are going to know it! It can also come equipped with an additional sport package which increases the responsiveness of the accelerator, thus making…

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Dream Big in the New Dodge Durango

Dream big with the new Dodge Durango. This three row SUV features more power than most trucks in its class. This top-of-the-line model has everything you need to get the job done, no matter where you are, or what kind of road you are on. Let’s see what is behind this power.

This year’s new Dodge Durango has several different engine choices ranging from the modest 3.6L Pentastar V-6 to the awesome power of a 6.4L HEMI V-8. 

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