AutoMedia Reviews the 2011 Dodge Durango

After taking a brief break from the consumer market, the Dodge Durango has made its comeback with the 2011 model. Though the vehicle boasts the Durango name, it scarcely looks, feels or drives like its predecessor.

 

The new and refreshed 2011 Durango Crew AWD V6 made its way to the folks at AutoMedia for a long-term road test and review. Basically, the gang at AutoMedia got the chance to experience life day-in and day-out as a Durango driver. Tough life.

 

As a part of their two-month test drive, they tested the 2011 Durango’s towing and cargo carrying capabilities, experienced…

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AutoMedia Reviews the 2011 Dodge Durango

Woodward Avenue Survival Guide

The world’s biggest one-day automotive event is ready to hit the ignition switch and get in gear. The 17th annual Woodward Dream Cruise will be happening this Saturday, and we’ll be right in the epicenter of all the high-octane action.  More than 40,000 musclecars, hot rods classics and antiques will be cruising the fabled avenue that defined a generation of young car fanatics for over 50 years. Redline Dodge will be set up at the Chrysler corporate display at the corner of Woodward & 13 mile, live-streaming…

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Woodward Avenue Survival Guide

40 Year Love Affair with 440 Cubic Inches!

 

We sometimes treat our classic rides better than family members. With all the love and attention we give them, you could say they are a bit spoiled but loved just as much as a household pet. For retired school teacher Marlowe Boyd, he feels that way for his 1971 Charger R/T. You see, he’s owned it for 40 years and yet he feels it was just yesterday when he took delivery of it. With its wild “Green Go” paint and color matching bumpers, not to mention the deep…

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40 Year Love Affair with 440 Cubic Inches!