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Dodge Uconnect 8.4 SystemThe new Dodge lineup has become increasingly popular for its interior assets and more particularly the spectacular touch screen Uconnect 8.4 system. This touch-screen panel allows you to do numerous useful tasks which are ordered properly and cleanly. You can navigate yourself through the environment, listen to radio, and change the temperature inside your car just at the push of a button. The Uconnect System is probably the finest technology of its kind capable for installation in a vehicle and the car that is in possession of it definitely needs to be a priority for you.

2013 Subaru OutbackNow in its fifth year of production, the 2013 Subaru Forester is the only compact crossover utility with standard all-wheel drive. The sturdy and rugged but easy-to-use wagon is built on sedan underpinnings and offers a remarkably roomy interior, the handing of a passenger car, good ground clearance, and compact exterior dimensions that make it easy to park in even the smallest of spaces. It’s virtually the ideal balance for small families in the Snow Belt and other locations that place a premium on the safety and capability of all-wheel drive.

TG2013_03The concept of better electric vehicle mobility is becoming hugely popular at the 2013 TEDGlobal in Edinburgh. Nissan and Renault have already announced the Alliance that they will form to concentrate on developing world leading electric vehicles. However, there are many other auto technology firms that are trying to introduce better technologies that can create the infrastructure that will be need to sustain the mobility of electric vehicles in the future. Swiss based ABB has now come up with a simple concept that they definitely need more power even if the cars are running on electricity in the future. The company said that no matter what kind of technology they use for vehicles they need a reliable source of energy that can produce better power.

fordFord recently commissioned Penn Schoen Berland for a new survey that focuses on teen driving habits and perceptions. The survey not only included many teen drivers but also their parents and Ford claims that they have come up with some surprising results that will help them to come up with better car safety features in the future. Ford said that most of the people that participated in the survey wrongly perceive winter month to the deadliest time for teens on the road.

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