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Dodge Display at the 2013 Denver Auto Show

Dodge Display at the 2013 Denver Auto Show

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We visit the Dodge display at the Denver International Auto Show and look at 4 cars the Dodge Dart, Dodge Viper, Dodge Challenger and the Dodge Ram.

Dodge Dart – The signature of a new Dodge and a hot new face in the compact sedan field, the all new Dodge Dart puts its own high-styled spin on 4-door practicality. In distinctive Rallye trim with the optional 160-horsepower MultiAir turbocharged engine and a 6-speed manual transmission, it rocks out of the box.

Dodge Viper – It’s not a car, it’s a lifestyle. The Dodge Viper is a consuming passion. You’ll find yourself standing in the garage just staring at it. Follow the curves and character lines right into the driver’s seat again. Simply Stunning. The Viper combines classic beauty and modern flair. Bodywork on the Viper more closely hugs what lies beneath to look more compact and purposeful, while evolving the classic Viper form. The side “gill” shape inspired by the original Viper remains a focal point. The new roofline is longer, tapers more toward the rear, and the fenders have broader shoulders and a much more aggressive racecar look. Classic colors and stripes lead back to quick-firing LED tail lamps masked by dark-tinted snakeskin lenses.

Dodge Challenger SRT – Iconic muscle car design, classic Style, modern performance. The Dodge Challenger set the standard for classic muscle once and now its doing it again. With chrome tip dual exhaust, beautifully sculpted hoods with scoops, and available 20-inch wheels, the muscle car is back. And it has more to flex than ever.

Dodge Ram 1500 – Why buy any other truck, The 2013 Dodge Ram was Voted Rocky Mountain Truck of the Year by the Rocky Mountain Automotive Press. Performance that sets the stage, not just for speed or torque, but to define the norm.

2014 Fiat 500L Display at the 2013 Denver Auto Show

2014 Fiat 500L Display at the 2013 Denver Auto Show

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We check out the 2014 FIAT 500L on display at the 2013 Denver Auto Show. The FIAT 500L, freedom to move and room to evolve. Introducing the 5-door offering from the FIAT. A combination of standout Italian design and exceptional, everyday functionality make the FIAT 500L an inspiring addition to the FIAT 500 family.
With 11 exterior paint colors, a stylish and sport roof , first class accommodations and a Turbo charged high-performance transmission the 2014 FIAT 500L embraces empowering innovations through and through. Designed with a new architecture for more interior space, more doors, more passengers, more fun and more freedom. Look outward with nearly 360 degree panoramic views, while onlookers feast their eyes on your exterior exuding the finest in contemporary Italian design.

Transmission Technology Services (TTS)

TTS Auto Tips

TTS AUTO TIPS with Doug Duncan, Doug gives us some great tips on what to do to keep our cars and trucks in shape for the different seasons and the best ways to protect against harsh weather as well as what to do to make your ride easier and less expensive on the road.

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TTS Auto Tips

TTS Auto Tips

TTS Auto Tips

TTS AUTO TIPS with Doug Duncan, Doug gives us some great tips on what to do to keep our cars and trucks in shape for the different seasons and the best ways to protect against harsh weather as well as what to do to make your ride easier and less expensive on the road.[READ|SHARE]
TTS Auto Tips "Gas Saving Tips"

TTS Auto Tips "Gas Saving Tips"

In this informative episode, Doug tells us all the best tips he can think of to help your cars get the most gas mileage possible.[READ|SHARE]
TTS Auto Tips "Autos and the Environment"

TTS Auto Tips "Autos and the Environment"

Doug informs us about how how autos and the environment and what the automotive industry is doing to help cut down on environmental waste.[READ|SHARE]
TTS Auto Tips "Winter Preparation"

TTS Auto Tips "Winter Preparation"

As it changes from the summer heat to the winter cold Doug talks about things you're going to start seeing in your car and things to be prepared for as well as ways to make sure you don't have any breakdowns. A few things Doug talks about are coolant, batteries, windshield wipers, oil changes, engine oil, belts and tires.[READ|SHARE]
TTS Auto Tips "Fall Tips"

TTS Auto Tips "Fall Tips"

In this episode, Doug talks about when things go wrong with your transmission, first thing he does is take a transmission apart to investigate the problems, he looks at the differential fluids, the transmission filter and further down in he explains why it is critical that all the tires be the same. Finally with the transmission completely dismantled he discovers the problem is in the vehicle TTS is working on and some signs to tell that something may be wrong.[READ|SHARE]
TTS Auto Tips "More Summer Tips"

TTS Auto Tips "More Summer Tips"

More summer tips from Doug, since it's getting to be very hot weather what better time to talk about air conditioning, your car much like your body needs lots of water, Doug shows us how to measure temperature and how to tell if your air compressor is working correctly and what signs to look out for it it's not properly functioning.[READ|SHARE]
TTS Auto Tips "Spring and Summer Tips"

TTS Auto Tips "Spring and Summer Tips"

Spring and Summer Tips for driving, keeping your car in good shape and making sure your travel is safe this spring and summer. Doug tells us a little about the history of TTS and what you can do to protect your car and make your ride better in the upcoming thunderstorms and heat of the sun. Doug explains Tires, Tread, Inflation, Windshield Wipers, Windshield Glass, Headlights, Taillights, Air Conditioning and Coolants as a few of the things to help your autos run better in the spring and summer.[READ|SHARE]
2011 Honda CR-Z

2011 Honda CR-Z

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Honda CR-ZA sport hybrid concept car with 3 models Hard-core enthusiasts will likely be disappointed, but somebody just looking for a sporty two-door with good fuel economy will likely be pleased with the 2011 Honda CR-Z. Pros Nimble size and handling, quick steering, good fuel economy, sporty looks. Con Poor rearward visibility, most competitors have backseats, missing a few upscale features. A sporty hybrid, at first glance, the 2011 Honda CR-Z might seem a bit oxymoronic. After all, Americans expect their hybrid cars to be purely about fuel economy, with flowers, rainbows and unicorns coming out of the tailpipe. But Honda is hoping that people are ready for a car that not only gets very good fuel economy but also happens to be fun to drive — a hybrid without the drive-induced narcolepsy, if you will.
You might recall that Honda actually tried this approach a few years ago with the Accord Hybrid, a V6-powered Accord that promised strong performance and enhanced fuel economy. Sales were slow, however, and Honda cancelled the car after a short run. Of course, those of you with an even longer memory will also recall the original Honda CRX, the CR-Z’s spiritual predecessor that crystallized Honda’s reputation for building fun and efficient cars from the mid-1980s through the early 1990s.

Like the old CRX, the CR-Z is front-drive with two doors and just two seats. Mechanically, though, the CR-Z is related most to Honda’s current Insight hybrid, sharing its basic structure and suspension design. To bring some sport to that formula Honda made the CR-Z shorter by about a foot, widened the track slightly and reduced overall height by a couple inches. This trimming doesn’t reduce curb weight by as much as you might hope (the CR-Z only weighs about 80 pounds fewer than the Insight) but it does make the CR-Z one of the most nimble cars you can buy.

Under the hood is Honda’s familiar Integrated Motor Assist (IMA) mild-hybrid system. For more punch, the CR-Z starts with a slightly bigger gasoline engine than the Insight (1.5 liters versus 1.3) that produces 112 horsepower and 107 pound-feet of torque. The electric motor is the same and generates another 13 horse power and 58 lb.-ft. Notably, Honda is offering a six-speed manual transmission in addition to the more hybrid-typical continuously variable transmission (CVT). The resulting fuel economy isn’t exactly Prius-like, but it is still quite good, with the CVT variant returning an estimated 35 mpg city and 39 mpg highway.

The end result of all this is that Honda has indeed created a sporty hybrid. The CR-Z looks sharp and is fun to drive around town thanks to its small size and quick steering.

2012 Ford Focus Hatchback

2012 Ford Focus Hatchback

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For 2012 after a very long wait, American buyers finally get a world-class small car from a Detroit label. The 2012 Ford Focus is the segment’s new benchmark. Pros: Nimble handling, refined ride, stylish and well-made interior, lively engine, smart automatic transmission, abundant list of upscale and high-tech options. Cons: Backseat is a little short on legroom, infotainment controls can be finicky to learn and use.

TTS - Transmission Technology Services

Transmission Technology Services

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TTS Auto Tips

TTS Auto Tips

TTS Auto Tips

TTS AUTO TIPS with Doug Duncan, Doug gives us some great tips on what to do to keep our cars and trucks in shape for the different seasons and the best ways to protect against harsh weather as well as what to do to make your ride easier and less expensive on the road.[READ|SHARE]
TTS Auto Tips "Gas Saving Tips"

TTS Auto Tips "Gas Saving Tips"

In this informative episode, Doug tells us all the best tips he can think of to help your cars get the most gas mileage possible.[READ|SHARE]
TTS Auto Tips "Autos and the Environment"

TTS Auto Tips "Autos and the Environment"

Doug informs us about how how autos and the environment and what the automotive industry is doing to help cut down on environmental waste.[READ|SHARE]
TTS Auto Tips "Winter Preparation"

TTS Auto Tips "Winter Preparation"

As it changes from the summer heat to the winter cold Doug talks about things you're going to start seeing in your car and things to be prepared for as well as ways to make sure you don't have any breakdowns. A few things Doug talks about are coolant, batteries, windshield wipers, oil changes, engine oil, belts and tires.[READ|SHARE]
TTS Auto Tips "Fall Tips"

TTS Auto Tips "Fall Tips"

In this episode, Doug talks about when things go wrong with your transmission, first thing he does is take a transmission apart to investigate the problems, he looks at the differential fluids, the transmission filter and further down in he explains why it is critical that all the tires be the same. Finally with the transmission completely dismantled he discovers the problem is in the vehicle TTS is working on and some signs to tell that something may be wrong.[READ|SHARE]
TTS Auto Tips "More Summer Tips"

TTS Auto Tips "More Summer Tips"

More summer tips from Doug, since it's getting to be very hot weather what better time to talk about air conditioning, your car much like your body needs lots of water, Doug shows us how to measure temperature and how to tell if your air compressor is working correctly and what signs to look out for it it's not properly functioning.[READ|SHARE]
TTS Auto Tips "Spring and Summer Tips"

TTS Auto Tips "Spring and Summer Tips"

Spring and Summer Tips for driving, keeping your car in good shape and making sure your travel is safe this spring and summer. Doug tells us a little about the history of TTS and what you can do to protect your car and make your ride better in the upcoming thunderstorms and heat of the sun. Doug explains Tires, Tread, Inflation, Windshield Wipers, Windshield Glass, Headlights, Taillights, Air Conditioning and Coolants as a few of the things to help your autos run better in the spring and summer.[READ|SHARE]
TTS Auto Tips "Gas Saving Tips"

TTS Auto Tips “Gas Saving Tips”

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In this informative episode, Doug tells us all the best tips he can think of to help your cars get the most gas mileage possible.

TTS Auto Tips "Autos and the Environment"

TTS Auto Tips “Autos and the Environment”

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Doug informs us about how how autos and the environment and what the automotive industry is doing to help cut down on environmental waste.

TTS Auto Tips "Winter Preparation"

TTS Auto Tips “Winter Preparation”

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As it changes from the summer heat to the winter cold Doug talks about things you’re going to start seeing in your car and things to be prepared for as well as ways to make sure you don’t have any breakdowns. A few things Doug talks about are coolant, batteries, windshield wipers, oil changes, engine oil, belts and tires.

TTS Auto Tips "Fall Tips"

TTS Auto Tips “Fall Tips”

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In this episode, Doug talks about when things go wrong with your transmission, first thing he does is take a transmission apart to investigate the problems, he looks at the differential fluids, the transmission filter and further down in he explains why it is critical that all the tires be the same. Finally with the transmission completely dismantled he discovers the problem is in the vehicle TTS is working on and some signs to tell that something may be wrong.

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