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The new Ram 1500 Rebel “Black” is here, and boy is this an amazing truck. It’s a special edition of the popular Ram 1500 Rebel that is sure to make a splash. The truck traces its lineage to what is among the fastest-selling Ram off-road powerhouses. But this truck adds the design component of dark features. It is a package that’s available with all of the Rebel colors. The Rebel ‘Black’ package comes with black wheels and brush guard as well a theme-matched all-black interior. It’s a look that makes a dramatic statement and gives truck lovers a chance to show the world their inner rebel while driving one of the best trucks on the road today.
Dodge gave the public a first look at the Rebel Black version of the Ram 1500 Rebel just before it is officially introduced at this year’s North American International Auto Show. The truck looks great inside and out. The interior of the Rebel Black boasts doors with black anodized bezels. The vehicle also has the bezels on the instrument panel, center console as well as the gauge cluster trim rings. It also features all-black heated seats that have black ‘Rebel’ embroidery with accent stitching that is Light Slate Grey. The embroidery runs along the center console lid, instrument panel, seats and doors. Deep black mats cover the floor. Buyers can also opt for luxury Black leather Katzhin seats. To feel the luxury of any Ram is sure to impress, and if you want to also experience the power, check one out at Chapman Dodge Las Vegas.
The new special edition Rebel Black Ram 1500 comes with a crew cab that provides all the room people need to store their stuff, carry multiple passengers and still have all head and legroom space for the driver and passengers to relax and feel comfortable whether at work or out having fun. Under the hood, the new Rebel Black special edition Ram 1500 has more than enough power to go anywhere and do anything. Buyers can choose between having their truck powered by a 3.6 liter Pentastar V-6 engine or Dodge’s legendary 5.7-liter HEMI® V-8 engine. Either one allows the Rebel Black Ram to take on any challenge.
To many Ram 1500 enthusiasts, this new Rebel version of the Ram is priceless because of the way it looks, feels and performs. But when it hits the dealer showrooms in March 2017 it will cost a cool $45,590. That’s a small price to pay for a truck that is sure to turn heads and turn other motorists green with envy when they hear its engine roar and see the truck zooming down the highway or zipping nimbly through in-town traffic. This is the type of truck people of any age would love to own. It has it all when it comes to power, technological advances, connectivity, a smooth ride and superior handling.
If you are tired of just fitting in or simply want to make a statement by flashing your inner rebel, take a closer look and test drive the new special edition Ram 1500 Rebel Black. It’s in a class by itself.
The Dodge Hellcat and Dodge Challenger have both been a huge success for the car manufacturer. You may think that with all the success so far that Dodge would be raising prices quickly and drastically. But this isn’t the case, and the company is largely keeping prices in-line, which should make any car buyer happy.
Dodge.com recently released pricing information, and while some models have seen a slight price increase for the new model year, the popular 707 horsepower SRT Hellcat models will have the same pricing as 2016 models, and the company will even be adding some new features. Last year, Dodge caused a bit of a stir when it raised prices for the 2016 Charger and Hellcat. Though, this was probably a wise decision since the 2015 Hellcat cars had massive waiting lists.
But, luckily, even with a few additions for the new 2017 model year, the newest Challenger and Charger will carry the same MSRP as the 2016 versions. With lighter wheels, a backlit steering wheel emblem, an improved UConnect system and added Hellcat branding both on the inside and out, the new version is certainly a better one and will help you get around, control your technology and drive safer.
Dodge, last year, increased the price of the Challenger and Chargers, but it also added some new standard features. Because there was an additional equipment and corresponding price increase, Dodge fans were certainly preoccupied, but there is nothing to worry about as there will be no price increase, even with all the added goodies. The 2017 Dodge Challenger SRT hellcat will come with a 6-speed manual transmission and has the exact same MSRP of $65,290, which includes the $1,700 Gas Guzzler Tax and the $1,095 destination fee.
Of course, with the Hellcat, one can add the heavy duty 8-speed automatic transmission, which will cost $2,995, and the dual carbon fiber stripes still add $995 to the final price. The painted satin black hood will add $1,995 to the final price, and the power sunroof is still available as an add-on for $1,995. Either way, with or without these added extras, the Hellcat Challenger and Charger will certainly not rise in price, and if you are looking to test drive one out, you should head to Chapman Dodge Las Vegas and see how powerful and fun to drive both of these cars are.
The truth of the matter is, if you are looking to get a Dodge muscle car, you should really look at the 707 horsepower SRT Hellcat as it is the most powerful of them all. While other companies have fast and powerful cars with big engines, nobody else is producing true, old school sports cars that turn heads. The amazing thing about the new SRT Hellcat is not only do you get to relive the old days when cars had a lot of power, but you can also get added safety features, plenty of technology and decent gas mileage, considering the size of the engine.
Dodge has done it again. The company has long been known for its powerful muscle cars, and now with the release of the 2017 Challenger GT, Dodge has given automotive enthusiasts the ultimate gift. The company has introduced the world’s first all-wheel-drive muscle coupe. Just when you couldn’t decide what to give the gearhead in your life comes this gift seemingly from the automotive gods. The 2017 Dodge Challenger GT is sure to redefine what people mean when they talk about an all-terrain, all-weather vehicle. This vehicle is designed to handle inclement weather and rugged mountain roads.
With this new more versatile vehicle, Dodge is in the process of dramatically changing the existing muscle car paradigm. While the Challenger has been the most functional and wide-ranging muscle car ever since it was first introduced, the company has now taken it to an entirely new level. Dodge has given the 2017 Challenger GT a new 305 horsepower engine and added all-wheel drive to what already was an outstanding automobile. The changes now enable the Challenger GT to stretch geographic and functional boundaries a whole lot further.
This kind of innovation is what the car buying public has come to expect from Dodge. The company has long been known for pushing the boundary when it comes to raw power and superior handling. Chrysler changed the automotive choice for two generations with its introduction of the minivan. Now the company is doing it again with this new Challenger GT. No longer do off-roading enthusiasts have to gravitate towards a truck or an SUV. Now they can blast through streams and mud in style. This could lead to the dawning of a new day when it comes to the way people see off-roading vehicles.
Once again Dodge has raised the bar when it comes to automotive performance. The 2017 Dodge Challenger GT signals that it’s no longer enough to attempt to mimic the power in the company’s long line of muscle cars. If companies hope to compete, its automobiles will now have to be a lot more versatile. Dodge has raised the bar, and with it the expectations of the driving public. This new vehicle shows that power, style and off-road ability are no longer mutually exclusive. And once again, it is Dodge that is leading the way to this new automotive frontier. Dodge has a lot of great vehciles, and if for some reason, the 2017 Challenger GT is not your style, you can take other cars for a test drive at Chapman Dodge Las Vegas.
Dodge will release the 2017 Dodge Challenger GT sometime during the winter. That leaves plenty of time for people with hopes of driving this groundbreaking automobile to help old ladies across the street, volunteer to help the poor or do anything else they think will get them on Santa’s ‘Nice’ list. And it’s well worth it to drive a legendary automobile that is sure to be the envy of all that hear its engine roar and see it zooming through even the roughest tracks and trails. With this new boundary smashing automobile, Dodge has now given the automotive world a peek at the future of the muscle car. A future where Dodge vehicles continue to hold sway.
Winter weather is here, and whether you plan to drive in the lower 48 or the Great White North, you’re going to need the right vehicle. That vehicle is the Dodge Durango. With good tires, the Durango can take you anywhere you need to go, regardless of the weather. The Dodge Durango is the perfect vehicle for traveling through snow and any other type of inclement weather. It’s effective, full-on AWD, enables you to safely make your way over wet, icy or snowy terrain with ease. Plus being armed with either a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 or 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 engine makes blowing through snow banks a breeze.
No matter how bad the weather is, the Dodge Durango is the ideal SUV when it comes to safety and handling. Fitted with a limited slip differential, low range transfer case, traction control and two-wheel or full-time AWD, the Durango can safely stop and turn on snow, ice or anything else the weather throws at it. The Durango also has excellent ground clearance, independent suspension and large wheelbase length which provide excellent ride qualities even on winter-ravaged roads and even rougher winter weather. Plus the Dodge Durango is solid and sturdy enough to shake off whatever Mother Nature brings and tall and roomy enough to make getting in and other in full winter regalia easy. But, it’s one thing to read about a Durango and another to see for yourself. For this reason, you should head on down to Chapman Dodge Las Vegas and see for yourself.
The Durango’s power rear liftgate provides convenient access, while its wiper provides increased winter visibility. The interior is comfortable, nicely appointed and quiet at all speeds. It has room for four adults with adequate headroom and legroom in the back seat. The Durango has optional heated leather upholstery, dual-screen DVD rear seat entertainment and rear climate controls. The second row seats flip forward easily to provide third row access and loads of convenient cargo room.
Add a heated steering wheel with power tilt and telescoping memory settings, remote starting, keyless access, push-button ignition, an 8.4 inch touch-screen display, rear view camera, GPS navigation, satellite radio featuring Sirius XM Travel Link and multiple power ports as well as USB outlets in the front and rear.
The Durango’s steering wheel has a paddle shifter to increase gear ratios, and there’s an integrated rotary shift control in the center console. The new eight-speed automatic transmission combined with either the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 or the optional 5.7-liter Hemi V-8, cylinder deactivation technology as well as Eco-mode programming all enhance overall fuel economy. EPA estimated fuel economy for the 360-horsepower AWD Hemi-engined Durango is 14 mpg in the city and 22 mpg on the highway for a combined average of 16 mpg.
With its LED daytime running headlamps, full-length rear LED taillights, adaptive cruise control, advanced brake assist and forward collision warning system, the Dodge Durango makes driving in winter safer than ever. Add the Technology Package with cross path and blind-spot detection, stellar driving dynamics, numerous convenience factors and a polished, comfortable cabin and you have the perfect winter weather vehicle.
The 2016 Dodge Ram 1500 has an Active-Level™ Four-Corner air suspension system. This allows it to safely and easily carry any type of load. This class-exclusive feature is one of the reasons Dodge Ram is considered to be among the best trucks in its class.
This advanced piece of engineering gives the 2016 Ram 1500 five distinctive operational modes. This provides the ability to control each of the truck’s four corners individually, creating a superior ride, regardless of what’s being carried in the bed of the truck. The system’s automatic load leveling ensures a horizontal plane is maintained under heavy payloads. Plus it helps to improve the truck’s capability as well as maintain exceptional performance.
Drivers can use adjustable air springs to raise or lower the truck to any one of its five ride height settings based on where their work or play takes them. Plus the vehicle is able to deliver consistently even forward illumination and proper headlamp-to-road angle because of its constant driving profile. Conveniently placed dashboard buttons allow drivers to easily control all those activities with just their fingertips. This improves safety at night and in inclement weather. This new Active-Level™ Four-Corner air suspension system is just one more way Dodge protects people driving the Ram 1500 and makes them more comfortable.
The Five Modes
The five modes available in the new system for moving varying load weights down the road are Normal Ride Height, Aero, Off-Road 1, Off-Road 2 and Entry/Exit. Each of these modes is designed to address specific conditions or situations drivers may encounter day or night while using the 2016 Dodge Ram 1500 for business or pleasure. Should they need to change modes to increase safety, comfort or otherwise improve their driving experience, all drivers have to do is push one of the conveniently located buttons and the truck’s new system automatically makes the desired change. Test one out today at Chapman Dodge Las Vegas, and you are sure to have a ball.
Normal Height Ride
This mode offers the most comfortable balance between ride and handling during everyday driving.
When cruising along at highway speeds, this mode lowers the vehicle -0.6 inches automatically to reduce aerodynamic drag as well as “body roll”. This helps to measurably improve the truck’s fuel efficiency.
When taking the Dodge Ram 1500 off the beaten path, this mode raises the front 1.2 inches and the rear 0.9 inches to provide extra clearance and outstanding ride balance.
If either work or play activities take the Ram off-road down rugged paths and over trails requiring more ground clearance, this mode raises the truck 2 inches more, which improves approach, departure and breakover angles.
This mode makes it easier to get into or out of the Dodge Ram 1500, hook up a trailer or load the bed by automatically lowering the front of the truck by 2.1 inches and the rear by 1.7 inches. To add even more comfort and convenience, Entry/Exit mode can be manually controlled by the internal button bank or remotely using the key fob.