•   
  •   
  •   

buying Cue Snap! Because Dodge Has the Power (Dollars)

20:41  18 march  2020
20:41  18 march  2020 Source:   motortrend.com

It's Almost 2020 And You Can Still Buy A New Dodge Dart

  It's Almost 2020 And You Can Still Buy A New Dodge Dart There is some good news, even if it comes in a small dose: You can still buy a brand-new Dodge Dart. © Image: FCAYou can, according to Autotrader, buy six of them if you want—all from the 2016 model year. The range of opportunities is wide with the Dart. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); Research the Dodge Dart on MSN AutosThe Dart, you might recall, hasn’t been “new” in a while.

Last year, Dodge introduced its "Power Dollars" program as a way to get enthusiasts to spend some money on one of its more muscular Challenger or Charger models. The deal was that if you bought a high-horsepower Challenger—a Hellcat for example—you'd get $10 off for every pony its V-8 produced. According to Dodge, the company put more than 33 million horsepower on the road in the second half of 2019 alone. And it's safe to say the company's Power Dollars program had something to do with it. In fact, the program was so successful that Dodge is bringing it back for 2020.

Bosch creates a sun visor that automatically blocks the sun

  Bosch creates a sun visor that automatically blocks the sun The Virtual Visor could reach productionThe Virtual Visor takes the form of a rectangle that swings down from the headliner to block sunlight, but the similarities between it and the sun visor in your daily driver stop there. It's a transparent LCD screen that uses an occupant-monitoring camera to track shadows across the front passengers' faces. Artificial intelligence then identifies facial features, like the nose, the ears, and the mouth, and uses this information to tint only the parts of the visor through which sunlight hits the passenger's eyes, creating a shadow that looks like a robotic Venetian mask. The rest stays transparent.

Starting March 3, Dodge will reopen its Power Dollar deal. But this time around the sweet deal includes every Charger and Challenger trim. The details of the promotion are exactly the same as last year, and buyers will still get a $10 cash allowance for every horsepower their desired Charger or Challenger has lurking under its hood. If 300 ponies are enough for you, then Dodge will give you $3,000 off a Charger SXT. If you want the most powerful muscle car you can buy right now, then Dodge will give you a cash allowance of $7,970 on the Challenger Hellcat Redeye. It's a sweet deal, and we're happy to see it return for 2020.

1966 Ford Mustang Packs Roush Power

  1966 Ford Mustang Packs Roush Power This car looks fast and backs that up. Not every customized car which looks fast is, because looks aren’t everything. This 1966 Ford Mustang will make people stop and stare, but it backs that up with some unexpected power, making for the best of both worlds. This excellent American muscle care is headed to Carlisle Auctions as part of the upcoming Winter AutoFest Lakeland auction. Both the auction and car show are scheduled for February 21 and 22 and will take place in Lakeland, Florida (the car show goes from February 21-23).That Maroon exterior certainly does scream for attention.

a blue car parked on the side of a building: 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye front three quarter © Motor Trend Staff 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye front three quarter

Dodge sold more than 150,000 Chargers and Challengers last year. It certainly helps that a couple of widebody variants joined the already burgeoning lineup of Charger sedans. The Challenger sold more than 60,000 units, second only to the Ford Mustang in the pony car sales war. Keep in mind, both the Charger and Challenger date back to the aughts. Facelifts and the addition of ever more powerful models have managed to keep these two pony cars relevant, even as they head into the 2020s.

Here's how much a DUI can cost you .
The financial impact of a DUI lasts well beyond the event, here’s how much a DUI can actually cost you.It is estimated that one in three people will participate in a drunk driving crash in their lifetime. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, for every drunk driving arrest that is made, there are an estimated 500 to 2,000 drunk drivers who go unpenalized.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 0
This is interesting!