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The front struts feature new internal hydraulic rebound stops that dramatically increase the damping force in both directions near the top of the travel (the old internal rebound springs stored energy as the body rose and released it on the way back down, skewing the effective damping rates).

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SR models boast adaptive cruise control, a rear spoiler with integrated LED brake light, 17-inch alloy wheels, a sport interior trim, and other upgrades for $21,485. When paired with the more powerful 1.6-liter engine making 188 hp instead of the standard 1.8-liter engine with 124-130 hp, the SR costs $23,465.

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This week I've been playing with the Uconnect phone app, following Detroit editor Priddle's vacation travels to her Canadian cabin, where she used the Durango to help deliver a pretty spiffy Sea Ray ski boat.

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It's a sweaty 90-plus degrees at Silverstone, Britain's record-breaking summer heatwave in full force. SVO dynamics engineer Jack Lambert shows me around the eTrophy I'll be driving on the compact Stowe circuit, located in the infield of the legendary British Grand Prix track.

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Compared to the Mustang GT PP1 with its narrow "just-right" rpm window for the best results, combining the Mustang GT's Drag mode and the Coyote V-8's throttle response with the PP2's wider/stickier tires make launching easier.

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Whether it was the right thing to do or not, the Twitter announcement is now the subject of an SEC inquiry. According to CNBC, the tweet may have violated a rule that bars publicly traded companies (and their executives) from announcing plans they don't intend to follow through.

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