Tuesday, September 29, 2015

The 2015 Dodge Charger is Technologically Savvy!

Dodge knows how to equip vehicles with the newest and hottest technologies available on the market. The 2015 Dodge Charger is no exception. Not only is this full-sized sedan full of mechanical features to enhance its performance, it is also loaded with the best of the best when it comes to interior technology.

The Uconnect® Access system is one of the most popular features of the Charger. Featuring an 8.4 inch display touch screen, with Bluetooth capabilities, AM/FM radio, and SXM radio, the Uconnect® Access system comes standard on select Charger models. Other Uconnect® Access system options include navigation, and Wi-Fi hotspot access. Now, there are downloadable apps for your smartphone that let you lock and unlock, and start your vehicle with the touch of a button from anywhere.

The 2015 Dodge Charger has a top-quality entertainment system. Included as a standard feature in every model of the Dodge Charger is a six speaker audio system. Through the Uconnect® Touchscreen, you can sync all of your media files with the SD card slot and auxiliary jack. With not just one, but two USB ports, you can also sync your media to the audio system while making sure your mobile devices are always powered when you’re on the go.

When it comes to controls, the more convenient the better. The 2015 Dodge Charger has stellar driver’s side features. The wheel itself has an available Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop option, which is also a popular safety enhancement. Secondly, the digital cluster display is customizable and provides you with real-time information on your car’s performance and status. With colorful graphics, this display is useful and sharp!

Overall, the 2015 Dodge Charger is loaded with jaw-dropping technology that enhance the quality of your drive. From the display systems, to the steering wheel, to the audio, this car is ready to entertain you. To view inventory and see more details on the features for each specific model, visit www.melloydodge.com or come see us on Coors Blvd. just north of Paseo Del Norte.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Dodge’s Family Friendly Vehicles are Loaded with Features

You’re afternoon is here, you are off work, and you are ready to pick up your boys from school and take them to football practice. You arrive to the school and remember that it’s your turn to carpool this week. It’s no problem though, because your new Dodge from Melloy Dodge has plenty of room!

The 2015 Dodge Durango, Dodge Grand Caravan, and Dodge Journey are all high performing, stylish, family friendly vehicles. With elements of the latest technologies and new safety features, these vehicles all seat up to seven people comfortably. With Wi-Fi Hotspots available in all three vehicles, and Uconnect Touchscreen options with navigation, you might have a hard time getting the boys out of the vehicle when you arrive to the football field! The remote keyless entry feature also comes standard on all three so that you can quickly and easily open the door when your key fob is near the vehicle and get going to your next destination.

But wait, there’s more! The Dodge Journey has the option to install a video monitor with two headphone jacks in the second row of seating, for the passengers to watch movies and play video games. The Durango and Grand Caravan both have the option to install dual screen Blu-Ray and DVD entertainment systems. Now the drive to football games and practice will be entertaining for the boys and smooth and peaceful for you!

Speaking of a smooth drive, check out the mechanical and safety features of these vehicles. When it comes to power, all three of these vehicles have the option of a powerful 3.6L Pentastar V6 Engine. They also come standard with Electronic Stability Control to ensure your ride stays smooth and safe. Certain models of these vehicles come standard with rear view cameras and back up assistance as well.

Throughout September look for great savings and incentives on the 2015 Dodge Durango, Dodge Grand Caravan, and Dodge Journey. For more specific details on the features that come standard and that are available for each model, visit our website or call us today!

Friday, September 18, 2015

The 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit Assists in Public Safety

It’s September and that means new 2016 Dodge models are being introduced into the market. For police departments, including the Albuquerque Police Department, the Rio Rancho Police Department, and the New Mexico State Police, this means new Charger Pursuits will soon be available. Dodge partnered with the Los Angeles Police Department to address some of the issues with current police vehicles. One of the biggest concerns was the compromised safety due to the laptop and keyboard that is generally fixed to the vehicle between the driver and the passenger in front of the center console.

Dodge came up with a solution for this safety concern that gets the job done, and then some. To put the new upgrades in perspective, the 2015 Dodge Chargers for civilians, either have a 5 inch or an 8.4 inch touch screen depending on the model. The 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit, has a 12.1 inch Uconnect touch screen installed directly into the front-center consol. With this new screen, officers now have centralized control over their car’s dispatch system, light bar, camera, siren, and more. Not only does this 2016 Charger Pursuit have the upgraded Uconnect touch screen, the vehicle also has the capability to connect a USB or Bluetooth keyboard. This resolves the issue of a cluttered passenger’s side of the vehicle due to a laptop and keyboard being in the way and allows the airbag to deploy freely in the unfortunate event that it is necessary. Therefore, the 2016 Dodge Charge is now safer for police offers to drive.

Other than the new technologies this car is equipped with, the 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit still has a comparable powertrain, transmission, suspension, and other mechanical features as well. Officer safety was the inspiration behind the new features of the 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit. By keeping the amount of equipment in the police car to a minimum, our officers have less to worry about, and with less to worry about, our officers are safer when out in the field.