Dodge

  • Dodge likes to build muscular-looking vehicles and then make special editions that live up to that look. Adding on some kind of blackout or gunmetal color further enhances that appeal. The Durango SRT is the latest in the “shove horses under the hood” phenomenon that is Dodge.
  • There are three things to know about the Challenger Hellcat: it’s fast, it’s loud, and you’re going to have to budget for speeding tickets. These attributes also mean that the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is extreme amounts of fun and wherever you go, heads will turn to look.
  • Dodge has put a price tag on the 475-hp sport utility/muscle car hybrid it unveiled in February. At a mere US$133 per horse, the 2018 Dodge Durango SRT provides 392 cubic inches of HEMI V8 power that can do 0-60 mph (0-92 km/h) sprints in 4.4 seconds and tow up to 8,700 lb (3,946 kg) of trailer.
  • ​Dodge set the internet alight with the Demon earlier this year, but it's been busy on other projects as well. It doesn't get the full gamut of drag features from the Demon, but the new Hellcat Widebody borrows from its unhinged big brother to deliver more grip and a meaner, more imposing stance.
  • The Dodge Demon caused a serious stir when it launched at the New York Auto Show in April, but some details remained unclear: namely, how much it would cost. Now we have a price tag, it's clear the road-legal dragster offers more horsepower-per-dollar than you can get almost anywhere else.
  • Bo and Luke Duke may have been driving a Charger back in the day, but the 1969 Charger's successor is definitely the current-generation Challenger. Put behind the wheel of the 2017 Dodge Challenger GT in bright orange paint – as we drove it – you may want to change your name, too.
  • Electric power was in the spotlight at the Paris Motor Show last year, but it would appear that trend hasn't made it across the Atlantic yet, because much of the new metal in New York was about old-fashioned, gasoline-powered muscle.
  • After one of the longest teases in history, Dodge has unchained the Demon in New York. As predicted, it's one of the wildest production cars ever created, with 840 hp (626 kW) being put to a set of drag radials. Meet the new king of all-American performance.
  • We usually loathe long teasers, but we're willing to overlook that fact when it comes to the Dodge Demon. The hyper-Hellcat will debut at the New York Auto Show, but a stream of details means we already have an idea of what the car will be like. Suffice to say, Demon seems like an appropriate name.
  • Most of us are heavily reliant on our cars, and it's nice to know if your big purchase will be running smoothly after the new car smell has worn off. The latest JD Power Dependability Survey has revealed the cars least (and most) likely to cause you problems.
  • Always fun to visit​, the CAS also has more floor space and ride-and-drive events included than any other show. This year, along with blacked-out trim packages​, famous race cars and new reveals, there was also something for Star Wars and Lego fans.
  • Along with the Hyundai Elantra GT Sport and Toyota RAV4 Adventure, the Chicago Auto Show played host to the Dodge Challenger Mopar, a two-tone special designed to celebrate 80 years worth of big wings, hood scoops and antifreeze from Mopar.