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A Bird for Beast Mode: The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk

In our last blog post, we talked about a new ‘hawk in the Grand Cherokee nest. Now, it’s time to talk about one with an entirely different mission. At this year’s New York Auto Show, the Jeep brand took the wraps off the Trackhawk—a 707-horsepower version of the popular Grand Cherokee. But it’s not just powerful, it’s also practical.

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The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk is the Newest Off-Road Bird

This year has seen the arrival of two very different ‘hawks to the Jeep Grand Cherokee trim grade. In this blog post, we’re going to discuss the Trailhawk—an off-road ready version of the popular midsize SUV that hasn’t been seen in some time. But while the last version wasn’t trail-ready enough for some, this version kicks it up a notch.

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Don't Let the Elements Tarnish Your Vehicle

Keeping your car clean has many benefits. You will not only make a good first impression, but by keeping your car clean, you will show that you take care of your car and probably stay on top of other things in your life. It's also better for your paint job. If you don't let dirt build up on your vehicle, then it won't have the chance to wear it down. When your paint gets worn, rust has the opportunity to set in, and that's not good. Rust eats away at metal and may not stop until…

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Treat Your Tires with Tender Loving Care by Rotating them Regularly!

Yes, it is time for that annual inspection again. And, wouldn't you know it, they want a thousand dollars for new tires to pass. You have uneven tread wear, and the tires do not meet the mark.

Maybe you've noticed the car producing more feedback or shaking in the steering wheel at highway speeds. Maybe your car hydroplaned during the last thunderstorm. Keeping tread on your tires and avoiding premature failure requires routine tire rotation and inspection. Uneven tire wear can also cause your car to pull to one side, when you take your hands off the steering…
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A Jeep Model in Its Purist Form: Driving the 2017 Compass

Recently, the Jeep brand has been intent to remind its fans where its priorities truly lie: off-road capability. Yet, it’s done this without sacrificing the everyday drivability of its lineup. This has never been more true than with the 2017 Jeep Compass, which is currently making its rounds on the review gauntlet as its introduced to showrooms.

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2017 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Speaks of a 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon to Come

And come soon, it shall. If SRT Hellcat's supercharged 6.2L HEMI® V8, pushing 707 horsepower with up to 650 pound-feet of torque to approach the limits of the sedan's 0-200 mph speedometer, is any indication, the infernal beast will be something to behold.

After all, Car and Driver awarded SRT Hellcat a 4.5 out of 5 rating, calling it "the most powerful production sedan on earth," and Kelley Blue Book's accolades for its "[unique combination of] comfort, interior room and technology, aggressive styling, horsepower to spare…

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Check Engine Light

Since cars and trucks are engineered to be safer and more durable than in previous years, many consumers are likely to have fewer problems with their vehicles. However, cars and trucks still need to be maintained in order to continue working at their best. When it comes to maintaining your vehicle, one thing you will need to look at is the check engine light. If the check engine light ever goes on, you will need to get it evaluated right away. The check engine light may go on for a number of reasons. Sometimes it is just a simple issue…
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Should You Buy Brake Fluid In Bulk?

You might be a member of a store, which gives you a great deal on bulk purchases. So, you might see large boxes of brake fluid on the shelves. Is it wise for you to buy brake fluid, in bulk?

Most brake fluid is glycol-based, which is a petroleum. The problem with petroleum products is that many are compounds with a variety of chemicals therein. Over time, these might separate. This is what happens when you have gasoline or brake fluid, lying around.

You probably should not purchase brake fluid in bulk, because you are not likely to use it…
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