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Dodge, originally known as the 'Dodge Brothers Company,' was founded by brothers Horace and John Dodge in 1900. They produced engine and chassis components for Detroit-based auto makers before branching out into building entire vehicles. In 1928 the company was acquired by Chrysler Corporation.
Dodge Sedan Reviews
Already a solid offering, for 2013 Dodge has added a new 8-speed automatic transmission and gear shifter. One we love and one we hate.
There’s only one reason full-sized car shoppers shouldn’t buy a Dodge Charger R/T.
Finally a mid-size Dodge worth considering, but is a good car enough to bring in customers after a legacy of less-than-mediocre machines?
Significant improvements the 2011 Charger a part of Dodge’s plan to make one of the last great American sedans respectable again.
Dodge Compact Car Reviews
Our general consumer reviewer gets behind the wheel of the 2014 Dodge Dart to see if the car is as bad as sales figures would suggest.
Dodge is back in the small-car segment in a big way with the brand-new Dart. Does this Alfa Romeo-infused sedan make up for the company’s past sins or is it just another Caliber-level disappointment?
Apart from the price, we were pleasantly surprised with Dodge’s new compact sedan. Now available with a dual-clutch automatic we test the volume model to see if it’s more of what we like, or just more expensive
Choice can be a good thing, but too many options can also make the new Dodge Dart a confusing car to buy. Option out a model you like and chances are it’ll be an expensive one.
Dodge Crossover Reviews
Dodge’s affordable crossover gets butch with the R/T trim, powerful V6 and available AWD, but does this combination still make for a value package?
Dodge SUV Reviews
The Dodge Durango returned from a brief hiatus in 2011 with more changes than a troubled teen after military school. While it might look the same in 2013, a few key changes make it better mannered and more efficient in the V8 model.
Dodge Sports Car Reviews
The Challenger has always remained close to its muscle car roots and the new for 2014 R/T Shaker package is another dose of 1970’s Americana.
Dodge Minivan Reviews
It may be sportier, with black leather, 17-inch wheels and a V6 engine that makes almost 300 hp, but there’s another reason Dodge calls the Grand Caravan R/T the ‘Man Van’.
Dodge Coupe Reviews
After spending years on the sidelines watching special edition Camaros and Mustangs have all the fun, Dodge unleashes an absolute monster on the world.
It might not have the handling of the Mustang or the modern touches of the Camaro, but there’s no denying the Challenger is more in touch with its roots.
It may look nearly identical to the 2010 model, but significant changes to the chassis and suspension make a big difference. An updated HEMI V8 is also new for 2011, but the biggest change might be the impressive new V6.
On Earth Day Dodge invited us to Detroit to test out the company’s electric car prototype in the real world.
Dodge Truck Reviews
With GM and Ford building real work horses, Dodge has decided to continue refining the Ram for personal use. But is that the best policy in an economic climate where the only folks buying trucks are those who really need them?
Dodge News View All Dodge News
Dodge has announced pricing for the 2015 Challenger lineup. The 2015 Challenger SXT will have a starting price of $27,990 including destination and comes standard with a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine providing 305 hp, mated to a TorqueFlite eight-speed transmission. New to the SXT model are class-exclusive standard seven-inch multi-view cluster with “tic-toc-tach” gauges and... more
The upcoming SRT Challenger powered by Chrysler’s new 6.2-liter supercharged Hellcat V8 won’t be the most expensive muscle car on the market despite being the most powerful. According to a leaked presentation slide leaked by AutoSpies, the car will start at $59,900, which makes it more expensive than the now out-of-production Shelby GT500 and the... more
Last week at the Carlisle Chrysler Nationals, Chrysler Motorsports CEO Ralph Gilles let his childish side show in front of a big crowd. During a presentation there, the executive lit up a pair of rear tires to demonstrate something you probably already know: the newest Challenger is great for making smoke clouds. Last week, the... more
The most powerful Dodge ever built, the 707-hp Challenger SRT Hellcat, will run a quarter mile on the drag strip in 10.8 seconds when equipped with a set of street legal drag radial tires. Running on the stock Pirelli P Zero tires the time climbs to a still impressive 11.2 seconds. Both times have been... more
The Viper’s one-time Nurburgring lap record almost never happened. In fact, Dominick Farnbacher, who set the incredible 7:12 lap time, was never even supposed to drive the car. That, at least, is the story according to Farnbacher’s SRT Viper #91 co-driver Marc Goossens. It’s only part true. Some of the official details of the story... more
Chrysler is putting a temporary stop to production yet again as it struggles to clear its glut of it high-end sports car. AutoBlog reports that Chrysler is idling Viper production at its Conner Avenue assembly plant in Detroit again. Chrysler briefly resumed production of its halo car from June 23 to July 3 after halting... more