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A Brief Look at the 2018 Ram 1500 Interior Features

Are you searching for a reliable light-duty pickup truck with a wide range of features? If so, we invite you to learn about the 2018 Ram 1500. Not only does the Ram 1500 offer superior performance capability, it also comes with numerous features. Here are a few interior features that come with the 2018 Ram 1500.

The interior of the new model comes with the innovative Uconnect system. This system features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. In addition, you also have access to 4G LTE with the Uconnect system, and the system comes to you on an 8.4-inch touchscreen…

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2018 Ram 2500 is Built to Last


The durability and capability of the 2018 Ram Truck 2500 are matched by no other vehicles in its class. As one of America's leading heavy-duty pickup trucks, the Ram 2500 provides the strongest foundation of its kind with the 50,000-PSI hydroformed steel frame. This frame uses additional crossmembers and rear rail contours in an effort to provide superior strength and maximum efficiency. The available patented 6.7L Cummins Turbo Diesel I6 engine demonstrates an exceptional towing capacity of 17,980 pounds and a gross combined weight rating (GCWR) of 25,330 pounds

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Chrysler Pacifica Interior Features - Test Drive Today

The new Chrysler Pacifica has been turning a lot of heads. For a minivan, it's got style, high-tech gadgets, and powerful safety features that make it a dream to drive. For families, there are some additional features include an infotainment system that includes 10-inch touchscreens on the backs of front seats. The LATCH connector system is also standard for car seats in the new Pacifica.

The seating configuration is no surprise for a minivan, but the design provides a lot of room, including an optional eight seat. Seats are power adjustable in the front, but the back seats also…

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Dodge Charger Performance Features Are All New

Have you seen the latest from the Dodge Charger line? The latest 2018 models have been designed for performance, and if you are a Charger fan, then the SRT Hellcat does not disappoint. With trims that range from the SXT's V6's to the Hellcat's 707-horsepower producing V8, there is a lot of love for the latest from the American muscle car brand.

The R/T and Daytona trims are also fun to drive, producing 370-horsepower with 5.7-liter V8 engines. The R/T Scat Pack is a decent upgrade that delivers a 6.4-liter V8 engine and…

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The 2018 Chrysler 300 Is Overflowing With Top Notch Performance Features

Those who are on the hunt for a new car see value in luxury full-size sedans. Their extra storage space and top-notch performance features are well worth the price. That is why our team at Henry Brown Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Casa Grande are so excited to announce the brand new 2018 Chrysler 300 full-size luxury sedan.

This incredible vehicle comes loaded with an advanced all-wheel drive system that will help you grip the road in all weather conditions and provide you with a smooth and enjoyable driving experience. Its available 3.6-liter V6 engine also affords the owner up…

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The 2018 Dodge Durango Will Bowl Over The Competition

The Dodge Durango has long been one of the most popular three-row SUVs on the market today. That is why we here at Henry Brown Chrysler Jeep Dodge located right here in Casa Grande are so excited to introduce you to the new line of 2018 Dodge Durango SUVs.

This SUV comes equipped with up to 8,700 pounds of towing capacity. This allows owners to easily haul a boat or RV up the steepest slopes for great weekend getaways with the family. The 475-horsepower engine will also prove to make your vehicle the king of the road. Its added…

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What is Brake Fluid?

Pressing on the brake pedal inside your vehicle to either slow down or stop sends brake fluid through the lines to all four wheels. Brake fluid, sometimes called hydraulic fluid in reference to the hydraulic brakes, serves two purposes. It keeps the pads and rotor at a constant temperature, and it lubricates the parts.

The friction between the brake pads and rotor allows your vehicle to stop. The force of these two metal parts coming together creates extreme heat. If not for the brake fluid, they would likely overheat, and possibly catch fire. The constant friction of the metals rubbing…

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Understanding Your Vehicle's Suspension

Your vehicle's suspension system has two purposes. It helps make the ride down the streets of Casa Grande much smoother as it provides a cushioning action against potholes, uneven road and obstacle that may be in your way while driving. Secondly, it helps manage the handling of your vehicle through straight driving and turning.

Many parts are involved in the suspension system, meaning that like other areas of your car or truck, they can wear out due to normal usage. Shocks, struts, ball joints, tie-rod ends, and bushings will all need replacement at some point during the life of…

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Don’t Run Your Vehicle on an Empty Tank

Many drivers in America are facing some tough economic times, and with the ever-fluctuating price of fuel, many drivers have taken to the practice of running their vehicles nearly to empty only to put a few gallons into the tank to keep it going. While this may be a somewhat efficient way to operate your vehicle, overall it is not the best practice.

When you run your vehicle so close to empty, it can be very easy to misjudge how far you can actually travel on so little fuel, leaving you stranded somewhere. 

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Your Oil Change Sticker May be Deceiving

The plastic sticker on the upper left corner of your windshield may be playing games. If you've been to a "quick lube" for service, it probably states to visit again in 3,000 miles. While this may be a valid recommendation according to their company policy, it's certainly not protocol. If your vehicle is less than 20 years old, chances are that you really don't need to be spending money that often.

Most cars have a minimum of 5,000 miles before needing service. 

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