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2019 Ram 1500 is Motortrend's Truck of the Year | Toronto

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The new 2019 Ram 1500 does not disappoint. It slices, it dices, it slices twice as nice as it dices. Okay, maybe not, but it will still surpass your expectations in performance, comfort, style and luxury. Motortrend's 2019 truck of the year, the 1500 boasts a number of design and engineering updates that should make all you commuters in Toronto, Mississauga, Oakville and Brampton very happy.
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What does Ram Etorque mean? | Brampton and Mississauga

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It sounds flashy, but what does eTorque mean exactly and why should you think about buying a Dodge Ram 1500 with this technology? We like helping our customers in Brampton and Mississauga find their next great vehicle, and we also love to decode auto tech lingo for those who aren’t as well-versed in the latest lingo. We’ve written about the rising star that is the all-new Ram 1500, but if you’re still not sure about why eTorque is a good thing for your Ram, read on. Truck lovers—lifelong and newbies—this one’s for you.    
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What does the SOS button in a Ram Truck do?| Toronto and Mississauga

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SOS is one of those acronyms that sounds both ominous and a little old-fashioned. It might make you think of Gilligan’s Island episodes, or the more recent drama, Lost. But when trouble strikes, as it sometimes will, the SOS button on your vehicle can be a reassuring beacon. With winter quickly moving in on drivers in Toronto, Mississauga and Brampton, we want to let you know about this terrific safety feature, available on newer Ram trucks and Jeep model vehicles. 


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Ram Mid-Sized & Jeep Scrambler Rumours Continue | Mississauga & Brampton

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A quick glance at any parking lot in Mississauga, Brampton or Oakville says it all: trucks aren’t just for country folk. Urban drivers have been in love with trucks for quite a few years now, and the pickup segment is on fire. Ram 1500s are a top seller here at Team Chrysler. Never dreamt I’d say this, but if I had space in the driveway for a second vehicle, I’d definitely consider getting one of these. If Ram keeps teasing us with the possibility of a mid-sized pickup, the rumours will continue to fly. And Jeep Wrangler…
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How To Drive in All Kinds of Weather | Ontario, Canada

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Winter driving gets a lot of attention here in Ontario, and for good reason. Ever watched the news when it suddenly snows in a place where snow isn’t all that common? Chaos. We Ontarians like to pride ourselves on having mad skills in the winter driving department. But it isn’t just winter road conditions that can challenge even the most intrepid driver. With recent record rainfall in Toronto, Mississauga and Brampton, we thought we’d better talk about the other weather-related driving tips that tend to be overshadowed. 
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What Does Lady Driven Mean in 2018? | Toronto & Mississauga

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If you’ve ever checked out used car ads in Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville or Toronto, you may have seen the quaint phrase “lady driven” and wondered what it meant. Back a few decades, when women were less likely to drive their own vehicles on a regular basis, it was meant as a good thing. If a lady owned it, the car had obviously been driven ever so gently, if ever. Some car buyers will actually head the other way if they see an ad that uses the phrase, believing those old stereotypes that women can’t drive as well as…
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What’s in a Name: We Love Naming Our Cars |Toronto, Mississauga & Brampton

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Back in the day, my grandpa called his vehicles—all of them—Bessie, while my dad’s junkers all went by the name Betsy. Those are, as it happens, the two most popular names to give your car if you live in North America. No idea what my mother called her sleek green Buick, or if she did call her/him/it anything. Horror genius Stephen King made one of his most notorious villains a 1958 Plymouth Fury named Christine. Be honest: have you ever looked at a neglected classic car in Toronto, Mississauga or Oakville the same way since…
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2021 Jeep Grand Wagoneer | Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton

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You think 2021 is a long way off. It’s challenging enough to find patience in busy Toronto, Mississauga and Brampton some days. But your patience WILL have a pay-off when Jeep rolls out the decadent 2021 Grand Wagoneer, a vehicle set to join the luxury SUV market sector with, at last, a third row seating option. The Jeep Commander once ventured into the back row seating kingdom, and now FCA reports that the Wagoneer will bring it back. Here’s what we know so far about the vehicle some of us have been pining for.

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