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Jeep Wrangler Interior

These days there are so many different makes and models of vehicles to choose from, it can be a very daunting process to have to shop for something new. If you are stuck on where to even begin, a vehicle we here at Bayside Chrysler Dodge Jeep can recommend to you is the new 2018 Jeep Wrangler. The Wrangler has been in production for a number of years now, as a durable and rugged vehicle that can handle just about any terrain. This year's model is no different, but now, the interior is much more luxurious and high end…
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A Closer Look at the 2018 Dodge Challenger

Many drivers are surprised to hear that the new Dodge Challenger is one of the most fuel-efficient muscle cars on the road. This feat was accomplished with a wide variety of cutting-edge features that can’t be found anywhere else. Here is a quick look at some of the technology that sets the Challenger apart from the competition.

Dodge’s engineers have managed to get up to 25 highway MPG with a 5.7L HEMI V8 and 30 highway MPG with a 3.6L Pentastar V6. In addition to a variable valve timing system that improves combustion...

 

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The Dodge Journey is a Family Vehicle

The Dodge Journey is designed with booster seat options for kids and practical luxury elements for grown-ups. While driving this automobile to various destinations in [City] with your family, you'll experience total comfort because the driver seat has a six-way power feature that operates with the four-way lumber adjustment hardware.

Because the Dodge Journey has 60/40 split folding seating, you can transport cargo with ease. During complicated arrangement situations, you can take advantage of Dodge's Tilt and Slide hardware. This feature is available in the...

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Enhance Your Parking with the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid

The Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is all about helping the environment while maximizing your mileage. Relying on both electricity and gas, this minivan gets an EPA-estimated 84 MPGe. Run exclusively on a single electric charge and you can travel up to 33 miles. For longer trips that use all sources of power, you get up to 566 miles of total driving range.

Pulling into a perfect spot becomes easier when you have available Parallel and Perpendicular Park Assist. Just follow the directions on the screen for your brakes and accelerator and let the system take charge of the...

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Dodge Charger Safety Features

Dodge first introduced the Charger as a show car for the 1964 season. The model has remained a prominent aspect of the auto world due in part to Dodge’s attention to such safety features as the braking system.

There are a number of notable features provided to improve the braking system’s safety. One of them is the Rain Brake System, which is alerted when you turn on the vehicle’s windshield wipers. They respond to the wet road conditions by applying a slight amount of pressure to the calipers to help keep them dry. Another wet road safety…

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Powertrain vs. Bumper-to-Bumper: How to Get the Best Warranty

New vehicles always come with some kind of warranty, but how do you know if you're getting a good deal on one? The dealership should provide you with a list of what's covered in each warranty. Since dealerships change what bumper-to-bumper warrant is, you also want to make sure that it's worth the cost to have the warranty. With new and pre-owned vehicles, a warranty is a good idea to protect against manufacturer defects and lemon vehicles.

Powertrain warranties cover the engine and transmission. These are essential components and should be included with your vehicle with a…

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Regular Rotations Will Help Your Tires Last Longer

Your tires are one of the most critical pieces of equipment on your vehicle. They perform one of the most important functions, and as a result, they pay the price by experiencing some of the most severe wear and tear out of all of the components on your vehicle. Tires are definitely not cheap to have to replace, either. So when you do put a new set on you will obviously want to get as much out of them as possible.

Fortunately, there are things that you can do to help with this. The most important thing that you can…

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Recognizing Brake Pedal Hazards


A pedal that feels soft or spongy when pressed is potentially putting car passengers at risk. Brake pedals are designed to feel firm to the touch and there are a variety of different issues which can cause leaking brake fluid and loss of firmness in brake pedals. Damaged brake lines due to rust corrosion and air in the brake lines are two of the most common causes of a soft brake pedal. A worn down or leaking master cylinder or corroded wheel cylinders can also cause brake fluid to leak, leading to faulty brake pedals. Lastly, leaking brake fluid as…
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Don't Leave Anything Behind With the Durango

The Dodge Durango is one of the most popular vehicles on the market today because of its quality performance features. If you like to tow objects behind your vehicle, the Durango can haul up to 8,700 pounds when it comes with a HEMI V8. This is generally good enough to tow your boat, horse trailer or other large items.

This vehicle also comes with all-wheel drive (AWD), which makes it easier to handle regardless of the weather conditions. This may be ideal for those who drive in rainy or snowy conditions on a regular basis. It may also offer…

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All-Wheel Drive Muscle Cars from Dodge


Dodge's revival of heritage muscle cars like the Dodge Challenger and Charger has been a resounding success. We often see these cars around D'Iberville. Did you know that they're unique in the industry?

Traditionally, high-performance cars rely on powerful rear-wheel drive. But unlike most muscle cars, Dodge's family of high-performance vehicles features all-wheel drive. This feature gives cars like the Dodge Challenger and Charger better traction in all kinds of conditions.

All-wheel drive allows the car to split power between the front and rear axles as needed...
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