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Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram are all separate divisions of the same umbrella, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. As a result of their separation, each division focuses on a main technology feature. While Chrysler makes passenger cars, Dodge is more power-oriented. Jeep offers the best off-road SUVs to ever hit the trails, while Ram trucks are some of the toughest on the market. Each brand specializes in a specific technology. It's that dedication that puts them on the forefront of the future of the automotive market.
Chrysler mainly focuses on building quality cars and, to fit the needs of drivers, that has led to some pretty advanced comfort and convenience technology. The Uconnect® system allows drivers to operate their phone via Bluetooth connectivity. Meanwhile, comfort-oriented technology, like dual-zone automatic temperature control with humidity sensor keeps passengers refreshed. As for convenience, the Passive Entry, Remote Vehicle Start System, and ParkView® Rear Back Up Camera speak for themselves.
Everyone knows Dodge focuses on power, as evidenced by the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and Charger SRT Hellcat, both of which bring over 700 hp to the road. The mere mention of that kind of power often overshadows the available class-exclusive TorqueFlite® eight-speed automatic transmission. Complete with paddle-shifting capability and Sport Mode, the eight-speed automatic transmission boosts performance to a believe-it-or-not level.
Jeep is a brand known for off-roading and the 4x4 systems are, undoubtedly, the most advanced on the road. The Rock-Trac® 4x4 system brings unmatched off-road capability thanks to an electronic front sway bar disconnect, Brake Lock Differential, and more. The Freedom Drive II® 4x4 system helps maintain maximum traction and control no matter the terrain. Snow, sand, and mud are no match for this system. Featuring a CVT2L transmission with Off-Road mode, this is a vehicle even nature fears.
Ram is all about building the toughest trucks on the road and to do so, it needs a powerful engine. To meet that need, the truck brand built the 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V6 engine. Producing 240 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque, earns an EPA-estimated 21 city/29 hwy mpg. Capable of towing 9,210 lbs. and boasting a maximum payload capacity of 1,600 lbs., this engine is one of the most advanced ever built by Ram.
There are many things in life which you choose between name brand and generic-groceries, clothes, prescriptions, and others. But when it comes to your car, settling for a generic imitation is a dangerous choice, regardless of how much money you save.