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  • Dodge reduces Viper’s starting price to $84,995

    September 8, 2014
    Dodge reconfirmed its commitment to the future of the Viper and repositioned the iconic Detroit-built supercar for 2015, giving the snake more horsepower, improved fuel economy and a new starting price $15,000 less than the 2014 model. The hand-built American exotic now delivers an increased 645 horsepower, gets up to 20 mpg and is offered at a new starting U.S. manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MRSP) of $84,995 (all prices exclude tax, title, license, destination and gas guzzler tax).
  • Truck team volunteers harvest a Ram-ful of corn

    September 9, 2014
    About 45 volunteers from the Ram Truck brand spent part of Aug. 28 picking corn at a Forgotten Harvest farm near Fenton, Mich., with the produce to be used to feed needy residents of the Detroit metropolitan region. The Ram crew hand-picked about 30,000 pounds of corn, which by chance is the best-in-class towing weight of the Ram 3500 Heavy Duty. This is the second year the Ram Truck brand team has gone to the Forgotten Harvest farm to gather crops.
  • Ram HD named best value in Canada

    September 9, 2014
    The Ram Truck team not only strives to build the best trucks in the industry, but also the pickups with the best value for their hard-working customers. That is a fact reinforced with the 2014 Ram 2500 Heavy Duty pickup winning a Vincentric Best Value in Canada award. To pick award winners, Vincentric scrutinizes data on cost of insurance and repair, fuel consumption, maintenance and depreciation.
  • Employees earn honors from UNCF

    September 9, 2014
    The Chrysler African American Network was named the top fundraising team at the 26th annual United Negro College Fund Walk for Education at Belle Isle Park in Detroit. The Chrysler Group team, which comprised nearly 50 employees, was top the fundraiser for a mid-size company, raising nearly $16,000. The Detroit event, held Aug. 23, is the largest fundraising walk conducted by UNCF affiliates across the country.
  • Foundation supports Fla. students

    September 9, 2014
    Florida International University’s College of Engineering and Computing will begin rolling engineering education into south Florida’s public school classrooms this fall with the launch of “Engineers on Wheels,” an innovative, hands-on STEM education initiative sponsored by Chrysler Group LLC and The Chrysler Foundation. The Engineers on Wheels van will provide hands-on activities and engineering experiments by the school’s students and overseen by its faculty.
  • JNAP volunteers help feed the needy

    September 10, 2014
    Employees at Jefferson North Assembly Plant (JNAP) in Detroit spent their Labor Day holiday at Crossroads of Michigan on an assembly line that produced sandwiches rather than vehicles. The employees partnered with Crossroads, a social services outreach agency in Detroit, preparing food for the Sunday soup kitchen that serves a hot meal to all who come, typically 1,000 people each week. Founded in 1971, Crossroads provides emergency assistance, food, advocacy and counseling to anyone in need.

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