Dodge Design Statement Shatters Conventions While Parts Train's High Quality Dodge Parts are BestsellersWritten by Jenny McLane
Trevor Creed, Senior Vice President - Design, Chrysler Group, is quoted as saying; “With its bold styling and clever packaging, Caliber is pure Dodge.” Distinctive Dodge Caliber concept was unveiled at 75th annual Geneva International Motor Show. A five-door vehicle combines a sporty coupe-like profile with strength, stance and functionality of an SUV.
Dodge makes much of its classic Dodge aesthetic from 'crosshair' grille to chrome tail pipes. It has for buyers who want ride of a small car and versatility and storage of a wagon.
“With its bold styling and clever packaging, Caliber is pure Dodge,” said Trevor Creed, Senior Vice President - Design, Chrysler Group. “This concept is a new slant on one of world’s most competitive segments. The Dodge Caliber concept brings emotion to C-segment.
The form of concept follows current Dodge design language, with signature crosshair grille and pumped-up wheel arches. Overall stance is athletic and almost coupe-like, with effective use of what Dodge calls "black graphic appliqué" running length of sloped roofline and tailing off to a rear-hatch spoiler.
The new Dodge Caliber Concept is a five-door vehicle that combines a sporty coupe-like profile with strength, stance and functionality. The sheer surface styling commands attention and evokes Dodge brand attributes. The Dodge Caliber concept will be revealed to public at 75th Salon de l’Automobile in Geneva,
Cold weather and your air toolsWritten by Jason Miller
When outdoor temperature dips below 40 degrees Fahrenheit over night, it is time to change to a winter weight oil for your compression pump, engine, and your air tools. This will solve most of cold weather problems we see. When outside ambient temperature is below 40 degree point your air compressor will be hard to start. An easy fix to this problem is to just warm up air compressor, air lines and air impact wrench before you start it. Also, remember to change to thinner