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(Detroit Free Press)   After some careful soul-searching, Chrysler decides they would rather not be sued into oblivion by the families of victims burned to a crisp in their Jeeps   ( divider line
    More: Followup, Chrysler, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, sharper, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Auburn Hills  
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2013-06-19 10:46:33 AM  

StoPPeRmobile: GoldDude: They could have made it a lot safer if they had replaced the existing gas tank with one four inches thick.  Yes, it adds 2 tonnes to the weight of the car increasing your fuel consumption to 5 mpg, and increasing your 0-60mph acceleration to about 3 minutes.  And yes, given the thicker tank is smaller on the inside, you've only got about three gallons capacity.  But do you really need to drive more than 15 miles between fillups?  Think of the safety!

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Never, ever put an XL engine in an Atlas.
2013-06-19 02:39:52 PM  

Maud Dib: Yay, I get a free trailer hitch.
Yet, they still haven't included me in the recall for the rear trailing arm suspension parts that get corroded from road salt.
Ya see, Jeep, there's this big body of water down here in Texas called, "The Gulf of Mexico".
 It's kinda salty.

That, and all the northern states (mine included) that salt the roads in the winter time.
2013-06-19 06:24:59 PM  
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