Month: April 2017

The forgotten Dodge

When you hear the phrase “the forgotten Dodge,” your mind may wander to the Challengers of the 1970s or the SuperBee or even the Coronet. Dodge tends to invoke images of muscle cars, old and new. But how often, upon utterance of the name Dodge, do you envision a three-row SUV? The Durango has been around since model year 1997 and is currently outselling many … Read More

Will my daughter even need to learn how to drive?

We frequently talk about teaching our daughter how to drive. She’s 10, so the reality of that is still a few years off (thank goodness!), but I recently found myself wondering how necessary it would be for her to learn this skill? Of course, much of that will likely depend on what she decides to do and where she decides to live. I’ve lived in … Read More

Hot today. Cool tomorrow. Why three FCA US cars will still be on your wish list for years to come.

What makes a car cool? Is it speed? A recognizable exhaust note? Hood scoops? You? However you define it, there are a few vehicles that, as time goes by, never lose their cool factor. In fact, it could be argued that, while their vehicle value may depreciate over time, the cool factor that goes with owning one makes it more valuable than ever. According to … Read More