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By Adalbert Balmer. Car Review. Published at Thursday, December 14th 2017, 09:51:16 AM. Like the coupe concept, this convertible is very close to the production version. Visually, the convertible makes a much bigger splash than the coupe. That’s partly due to the retro hugger orange pearl paint job and gunmetal gray racing stripes. Tom Peters, General Motors’ director ofexterior design for rear-wheel-drive and performance vehicles, says the idea was to create a more striking package: “We opted to go with bright metal accents, as opposed to satin finish, for things like the exhaust tips and fuel filler, and even the rear lights have a polished look. The wheels are different, too. We wanted to do an update of the redline tires from the 1960s, but instead of the red line going around the tire, it’s actually onthe wheels.”
By Adalbert Balmer. Car Review. Published at Thursday, December 14th 2017, 09:32:49 AM. For 2012, the Wrangler gets Chrysler’s fully contemporary Pentastar 3.6-liter V-6, a dual-overhead cam unit that features numerous advances in efficiency and noise reduction. Output jumps from 202 hp to 285 hp, and torque advances by about 10 percent, to 260 lb-ft. The 3.8’s best attribute was compactness, thanks to the low-profile overhead-valve layout. Squeezing the tall Pentastar V-6 under the hood was almost like getting Jay Leno jaw-first through the tiny door inside Alice’s Wonderland. Engineering chief Tony Petit lost a lot of sleep before adapting the powerplant with a revised throttle-body; a serpentine belt that would stay clear of water and mud; a high-mounted, rear-facing alternator; and unique exhausts. An acoustic cover helps to suppress noise.
By Florentin Vorgrimler. Car Review. Published at Wednesday, December 13th 2017, 08:27:52 AM. Engine choices are 2.4-liter four, 2.7-liter V-6, or 3.5-liter V-6.Only the largest engine comes with a six-speed automatic and offers the option of all-wheel drive. The other two get four-speed auto boxes and front-wheel drive only. (No manuals are offered in the U.S.A.) The Avenger is shown as a screaming red R/T model, highlights of which include the 3.5-liter, 18-inch wheels, and a rear spoiler. The Avenger arrives at dealerships in March.
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