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  • According to a recent FCA press release, the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica has been named the Top Safety Pick+, IIHS’ most prestigious award of the year. The Pacifica achieved a “good” rating, which is the highest possible score, in all five tests that the IIHS utilizes to evaluate a vehicle’s crashworthiness. 

    “Having sold more than 14 million minivans since inventing the segment in1983, we know what’s important to minivan buyers,” states Tim Kuniskis, Head of Passenger Car Brands - FCA North America. “The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica is the sum of all knowledge we’ve accumulated about minivans and the people who are proud to own them. Among the things we know - safety is one of the most important purchase reasons and achieving the Top Safety Pick+ rating helps to establish the Pacifica as the segment leader.” 

    In addition to its impressive crashworthiness, the 2017 Pacifica also utilizes multiple features to take its safety to another level. These include adaptive cruise control with stop and hold, advanced brake assist, blind spot monitoring, forward collision warning-plus, lane departure warning, park assist, rearview camera... and more. No other minivan features the sensor-fusion technology found on this minivan. 

    Interested in checking out the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica for your family? Be sure to stop by Landmark Dodge in Atlanta, GA to give it a test drive! 

  • A few months back, we reported that the 2018 Jeep Wrangler is headed our way with lots of changes to bring with it. One of those changes, in particular, being that it will feature aluminum in order to spare some weight. At the time, we were unaware of exactly how much aluminum will be used but thanks to a leaked memo from Alcoa, now we know. 

    According to JL Wrangler Forums, some parts of the new Jeep Wrangler will be the first to utilize Alcoa’s “high form alloy”, but we are still unsure which parts these will be. We do know, however, that the door inners and outer and inner sections of the hood will for sure be made of aluminum. 

    As we mentioned earlier, using aluminum will help the Jeep shed some weight, therefore leading to increased fuel economy (something all Atlanta Jeep drivers should appreciate). And this isn’t the only chance you’re going to see...Jeep is also planning a pickup version and new engines to even further boost the fuel economy. 

    We know you're just as excited as us about the arrival of this Jeep but we have a bit of a wait yet! In the meantime, stop by Landmark Dodge in Atlanta and give our 2016 Jeep Wrangler a test drive! 
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