Can’t make it to New York for the 2015 Dodge Charger and Challenger debuts? We’ve got you covered.
Owned and operated by Chrysler, Dodge produces tough looking sedans, powerful muscle cars and minivans. Dodge is an American company often remembered for the ‘American Muscle’ image it gained in the 70’s with the Charger and Challenger. Upcoming models to watch: Dodge Dart
Someone let the cat out of the bag early, as the 2015 Dodge Challenger has made an appearance on the Web.
Like the 2015 Dodge Challenger, the 2015 Dodge Charger has flexed its new muscles on the Internet ahead of its official debut.
The 2015 Dodge Challenger is getting a little bit of early and unintended exposure.
Dodge announced a sales promotion today that just might convince you to lease a Challenger or Charger even though updated models are right around the corner.
Dodge hopes that sprucing up its Charger sedan will help bring in new buyers.
Our editors are trading in the luxurious and sporty cars from last week for practical, family-friendly minivans. See what else we’re testing this week on AutoGuide Now.
It’s official: the 2015 Dodge Challenger and Charger will both bow next week in New York.
Pricing for the Dodge Charger and Challenger Scat Packs has been announced.
When an all-new Chrysler 200 debuted for 2015, the car’s Dodge counterpart was unceremoniously axed. Now a rumor suggests an exciting new Avenger, or a car to fill its place, could be on its way.
Chrysler has announced a recall of nearly 900,000 SUVs in order to better protect each vehicle’s brake booster from corrosion.
Each day, AutoGuide strives to report up-to-date automotive news but not all stories are created equal. Some just have a life of our own, especially on social media. Shared heavily on Facebook, Twitter and Google+, here are our most viral news stories from the past seven days.
The race to claim the highest horsepower rating has been alive and well in the world of muscle cars since the beginning, but it looks like Chrysler is facing an internal horsepower race.
Chrysler is bringing about 49,000 Dodge Charger vehicles back in to fix an issue that can cause the headlights to stop working.
Dodge is bringing all-wheel drive to its V6-powered SE-trimmed Journey, which will carry a base price of $25,890 (including destination costs).
Chrysler is calling back 25,250 SUVs from the Jeep and Dodge brands over issues with the braking system.
Three row crossovers are on the menu here at AutoGuide.com this week and we’re testing a whopping eight of them in succession. Which one will emerge as the best? You’ll find out soon enough!
In response to news reports that it has demanded as many as 100 donated Dodge Viper sports cars be destroyed, Chrysler has released a statement declaring the cars both obsolete and insignificant.
Chrysler is laying off 325 employees at its Belvidere Assembly Plant in Illinois due to slow sales of the Dodge Dart.
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Getting your hands on a copy of the “Shaker” edition Challenger Dodge debuted at least year’s SEMA Show will be tough.
The 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan will be priced from $21,390 including destination.
Chrysler is extending the fuel tank warranties on 2006 Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger and Magnum models to lifetime coverage.
Is Chrysler’s SRT performance division planning a second all-new car? Brand CEO Ralph Gilles won’t say, but fans are asking for a compact performance car he reveals.