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Test Drives2018 Dodge Durango SRT: Pro Linebacker
When Dodge was fine-tuning the 2018 Durango SRT around Virginia International Raceway, it tested the rig with and without an air intake fitted in the lower left corner of its front fascia. Realizing it was quicker this way around the track by 1.2 seconds, the SRT geeks decided to leave …
Test Drives2018 Dodge Challenger GT: Twelve Months a Year
Musclecars may obviously not be perceived as environmentally friendly vehicles, especially now that electrified powertrains are starting to gain traction on the market, by choice or by obligation. The Dodge Challenger, the Chevrolet Camaro and the Ford Mustang are most enjoyable with their honking V8 engines, but there are more …
Previews2018 Dodge Journey Preview
On sale since the 2009 model year, the Journey compact SUV soldiers on largely unchanged for 2018, but keeps its versatility and its affordable price. Available with standard five-passenger seating, or seven-passenger seating as an option, the Journey is currently offered in Canada Value Package, SE Plus, SXT, Crossroad and …
Test Drives2017 Dodge Charger Daytona 392: a Throwback to the Good ol' Days
Vehicle names come and go, but the good ones, especially the variants, are always remembered. In some cases, they get revived and that's been the case on several occasions for the performance-based Daytona name for the Dodge brand. For 2017, the Daytona name is attached to the Charger, the well-known …
First Drives2018 Dodge Durango SRT: The Hellcat's Burly Cousin
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana – For Tim Kuniskis, head of the Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat and SRT brands for the Italian-American manufacturer FCA, it couldn’t be simpler. For him, the Dodge Durango is nothing more and nothing less than “a Charger with three rows of seats.” This brawny SUV is designed to stand …
First Drives2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody: the Next Logical Step
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana – Three years ago, Dodge and its SRT performance division tapped into a massive market by launching the first Hellcat versions of the Challenger coupe and Charger sedan. Those who doubted the viability and safety of these big American cars with 707-horsepower turbocharged V8 engines were shocked at …

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NewsNew Dodge Concept Further Hints at Charger Widebody
It’s been a while since we talked about the Dodge Charger . In fact, the last time we did was in the summer of 2018 when several updates for the 2019 model year were announced. However, FCA’s four-door muscle car is back in the news (sort of) after the automaker …
SEMADodge Hellephant: 1000 Horsepower, 950 lb.-ft.
It seems Dodge doesn’t have enough gasoline-powered monsters within its lineup, because it just announced another one at SEMA; the Hellephant. A Throwback to the Past The Hellephant gets its name from Dodge’s iconic 426 HEMI engine, first introduced in 1964, which got the “elephant” nickname for being so big …
News2019 Dodge Charger Gets Sweet Updates, Too
Last week, FCA announced serious updates to the 2019 Dodge Challenger including a 797-horsepower Redeye model . No, it’s not a joke—read the article. Lost in the shuffle was the brand’s four-door muscle car, which has also been revamped for 2019 to feature six distinct models, ranging from the 707-horsepower …
News2019 Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye: More Power!
FCA doesn’t seem capable of marketing affordable compact and midsize cars that are good enough to compete against the Japanese and Korean car brands. It does, however, know how to do one thing better than anyone else: muscle cars! The news of an even more powerful version of the Dodge …
NewsFinal Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Exits Plant; Watch and Bid on it!
FCA made it very clear last year when it launched the industry’s first and only purpose-built, street-legal production drag car (capable of sprinting from 0-100 km/h in just 2.3 seconds): production would be limited to 3,300 units and a single model year. Well, the end of the run came yesterday …