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Sunday Drive: Join the CarPro as he test drives the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody

Give Jerry Reynolds’ CarProShow YouTube review a look as he test drives the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody.

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Sunday Drive – Ask the Car Pro: What are the top-selling trucks?


From Jerry Reynolds, CarPro
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Yes, pickups are hot as evidenced by these numbers. Today I give you the top-selling trucks in America through the first nine months of 2017. So far for 2017, Americans have purchased or leased more than two million trucks, about 100,000 more than at the same time last year.

Ford F-Series – 658,636
Chevy Silverado – 418,590
Ram Trucks – 374,901

GMC Sierra – 154,476
Toyota Tacoma – 147,420
Toyota Tundra – 85,677

Chevy Colorado – 83,034
Nissan Frontier – 55,208
Nissan Titan – 35,549

Honda Ridgeline – 26,576
GMC Canyon – 23,269

The Car Pro has reviews on 2017 Ford Flex, 2017 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport and 2018 Mercedes Benz S450.

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Sunday Drive: CarPro says don’t miss chance to order Corvette #car #carreviews


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By Jerry Reynolds, CarPro

If you want to order a 2018 or 2019 Corvette get your calendar out.

The National Corvette Museum is confirming that Chevrolet will end production of the 2018 model later this year. This means the last date to order one is November 16th. Right now, planned volume is just shy of 9,700 units, making it one of the shortest model years. I’ve said on the air that it’s a low volume model year because Chevrolet knows they’ll be hard to sell and dealers are not going to be anxious to order them.



Because I am driving a Mercedes S450 luxury sedan this week, I thought it only natural to bring everyone up to speed on how sales in this segment are doing this year, so here it is:

  • Mercedes S-Class:  10,673
  • BMW 7-Series:  6,562
  • Porsche Panamera:  4,903
  • Genesis G90:  3,246
  • Lexus LS: 3,102
  • BMW 6-Series:  2,971
  • Audi A8:  2,261
  • Jaguar XJ:  2,067
  • Maserati Quattroporte:  1,271 has been promoting the CarPro since 2011 on behalf of Kevin McCarthy and Jerry Reynolds



Car Pro Jerry Reynolds Review of BMW X3


  • What I liked most:  The interior and driving dynamics.
  • What I would change: The pricing is way out of line.
  • MSRP: Base price $41,250 as equipped $54,395.
  • Fuel Economy: 21 City/28 Highway, 24 Combined.
  • Fuel Tank: 17.7 Gallons with filler on the passenger side.
  • Dimensions: 183.6” long/74.1” wide/66.1” high.
  • Weight: 4030 Pounds.
  • Trailer Towing: 3500 Pounds.
  • Miles When Tested:  5,800 miles.
  • Official Color: Mineral Silver Metallic.
  • Spare tire:  Compact spare.
  • Final Assembly Point:  Spartanburg, South Carolina.
  • 2017 X3 in a few words:  Nice SUV, just needs a nicer price.
  • Warranty:  4 year/50,000 mile bumper-to-bumper with roadside assistance, 3 years/36,000 miles full maintenance at no charge.

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Cars: Volvo says goodbye to S40 sedan, V50 wagon


I didn’t see this one coming.

Volvo has decided to discontinue the S40 sedan and V50 wagon for the 2012 model year in the U.S. Both were compact offerings derived from the same platform. The second-generation Volvo S40 debuted as a 2004 model, while the V50 came in 2005.

Both models have struggled to attract American car buyers – the automaker had reshuffled trim names and content offerings to make each more attractive over time. Even so, the S40 and V50 have seen double-digit decreases in year-over-year sales, which are down 29.5% for the S40 and 59.1% for the V50. “The S40 and V50 are great cars,” says Volvo spokesman James Hope, “but our focus, however, needs to be on our volume vehicles, specifically the S60, XC60, XC90, S80 and XC70.”
The C30 and C70 will continue to be offered, says Hope, even though neither is a particularly strong seller in the U.S. As reported earlier, Volvo also discontinued the larger V70 wagon in 2011, leaving an automaker once synonymous with wagons with just one entry left in the field: the rugged XC70.
Volvo’s only compact entry in the U.S. for 2012 is the C30 hatchback.

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Paws in the City

By Jerry Reynolds
Hey Mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks! No pressure, but if you win tonight, a lot of the Car Pro Show DFWDealer Affiliates are going to donate $500 each to Paws in the City, a no-kill shelter that saves thousands of animals every year. All you have to do is win! So how about a victory for these sweet animals? I’m kicking it off with the first $500.

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