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The Dodge Grand Caravan: A brief history

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The history of the Dodge Caravan and Grand Caravan is intricately linked with that of other minivans like the Chrysler Pacifica, often being manufactured in the same plants and with many of the same components. However, Dodge was able to create something new with the Caravan that led to the model’s widespread popularity- the automaker managed to produce a minivan that felt and drove like a car. This is how Dodge accomplished that balance with the Caravan.

 

 

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From day 1 to today, the history of the Dodge Durango

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When it comes to designing and redesigning its vehicles, Dodge over the years has demonstrated a willingness to do two things- to completely reboot its models to fit the changing needs of American drivers, and to consistently improve on models that are already popular. The Dodge Durango, which has evolved from its role as a sibling to the Dakota pickup to a competitor in the mid-size SUV market, is indicative of both trends, let's take a look at its history!

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The history of the Chrysler Pacifica

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The Chrysler brand has always been associated with the concept of luxury, but a close look at Chrysler’s lineup over the years shows that the brand has not just tried to improve on the designs of other automakers, but has also consistently tried to create new, innovative designs to meet the complex needs of drivers. Does it hurt that those vehicles have also looked and felt like luxury? Absolutely not. The Chrysler Pacifica, which has changed shape dramatically over the years, is one example of Chrysler’s willingness to try new things. Here is how the Pacifica has transformed…

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Jeep Wrangler: How it transformed over the years


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The Jeep Wrangler is arguably the most recognizable vehicle, and symbol, within the Jeep brand. That is not only because of what it represents, a ruggedness that can be tamed when necessary, but also because the automaker has remained loyal to drivers of the Wrangler and other models by offering a diverse lineup of vehicles rather than compromising on features, as many automakers do. This is how the Wrangler has transformed over the years.

 

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A brief history of the Jeep Compass


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The Jeep Compass, which first hit American markets in 2007, was seen at the time as an attempt by Jeep to win the business of first-time Jeep owners who do most, if not all, of their driving on paved roads. Yet, since its inception the Compass has become more capable and more alike to other models in Jeep’s extensive lineup. Let's take a look at the evolution of the Jeep Compass, from its early conception to its first- and second-generation models.

 

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Jeep Grand Cherokee: From birth to today

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When customers hear terms like “next generation” and “reboot,” what comes to mind is a near total reimagining of the model in question. Often, this is true. The Jeep Compass, for example, evolved even in its short history to adapt to consumers’ desire for smaller, more capable crossovers. However, the Grand Cherokee, which has seen four generations since its release in 1993, has never been reimagined, but instead refined and perfected. Read more to learn about it's rich history.

 

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A brief history of the Jeep Cherokee

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The Jeep Cherokee, first introduced in 1974 as a replacement for the station wagon, is arguably the most popular and recognizable issue from the iconic American brand. Let's take a look at how the model has changed over the years and learn about it's iconic history.

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