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New Mopar/JEGS.com Dodge Avenger at SEMA Show

Jeg Jr. to Compete Under the Mopar Banner in the NHRA Pro Stock Class in 2012 - Elite NHRA Driver Jeg Jr. Ends One-year Pro Stock Hiatus to Join Team Mopar - Four-time NHRA Champ Will Join Veteran Allen Johnson in the Team Mopar Lineup - JNR Racing Engine Shop to Supply Mopar HEMI Engines for Jeg Coughlin Jr.'s Dodge Avenger - Mopar and JEGS to Strengthen Bonds in the Brands' Performance Parts Business - Mopar, along with partners Pennzoil® and Magneti Marelli, to expand relationship with NHRA Funny Car driver Matt Hagan Mopar® revealed today at the 2011 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas that four-time NHRA Pro Stock champion Jeg Coughlin Jr. will join the Team Mopar roster in 2012, campaigning a new Mopar/JEGS.com Dodge Avenger in the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series Pro Stock class. "Jeg Jr. is a proven winner, with four Pro Stock championships on his résumé," said Pietro Gorlier, President and CEO of Mopar, Chrysler Group's service, parts and customer-care brand. "We are thrilled to add an elite driver to Team Mopar, and we look forward to sharing in his great success at the drag strip next season." "I'm extremely excited to join forces with Mopar in 2012," said Jeg Jr., the only racer in the history of the NHRA to win a national event in six different classes. "The entire Coughlin Brothers Racing team has high expectations for the 2012 season and we expect to field a premier program with our Mopar/JEGS.com Dodge Avenger team, from top to bottom." Jeg Coughlin Jr. will join veteran racer Allen Johnson as the only two drivers in the Pro Stock class directly sponsored by Mopar.


 


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Jeg Coughlin Jr. will join veteran racer Allen Johnson as the only two drivers in the Pro Stock class directly sponsored by Mopar. "Jeg Jr. is a proven winner, with four Pro Stock championships on his résumé," said Pietro Gorlier, President and CEO of Mopar Brand - Chrysler Group LLC, "We are thrilled to add an elite driver to Team Mopar, and we look forward to sharing in his great success at the drag strip next season." "I'm extremely excited to join forces with Mopar in 2012," said Jeg Jr., the only racer in the history of the NHRA to win a national event in six different classes. "The entire Coughlin Brothers Racing team has high expectations for the 2012 season and we expect to field a premier program with our Mopar/JEGS.com Dodge Avenger team, from top to bottom."





2011 Dodge Avenger Mopar Rally Car
When we think of rally cars, the Subaru Impreza and Ford Focus immediately come to mind. At no point does the Dodge Avenger enter our thoughts, but that didn't stop Team Pentastar from building its own dirt-ready rally sedan. Chrysler wanted to celebrate a new business partnership with Fiat subsidiary Magneti Marelli by building a collaborative vehicle that combines the talents of the Italian components maker and Chrysler's iconic Mopar team. The result is an Avenger that can handle more than America's urban jungle. Magneti Marelli and Mopar spent a few weeks modifying a stock Avenger Heat with a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 underhood. The Avenger chassis remains intact, but a Magneti Marelli suspension was added for improved handling, lowering the Avenger by 1.5 inches. Brakes were upgraded to include 14.25-inch front rotors and 13.5-inch rear rotors, and a rear brake rally package with a hand-operated brake was included. And you can't have a rally car with stock power, so the teams added a Mopar cold-air intake, Cat-Black Exhaust with Magneti Marelli tips and a high-performance Engine Control Unit. The result of these changes is a V6 with at least 300 horsepower. That's not a monumental increase over the standard 283 horsepower, and the six-sped autostick transmission is stock, though unique paddle-gear shifts were added, along with a Mopar/Magneti Marelli shift knob. Finally, a tower-to-tower cross-car brace was added for stability.





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2012 Dodge Avenger SXT, Review, Walkaround, Start Up, Test Drive
A decent refresh that gets our award for one of the most improved vehicles when compared to its previous model. We'd say unless the styling is to your liking, you have a soft spot for Dodge, or you got it at an attractive price to check out it's more established and competent rivals. "The 2012 Dodge Avenger is a fully competitive midsize family sedan, but the wealth of stronger competitors makes it difficult to recommend." (Edmunds.com)





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