The Dodge Challenger is the biggest and most powerful of the current American muscle cars, with a range of Hemi engines offering up to 840 horseower. Find the latest news on Dodge Challenger on this page.
The new marketing campaign for the Dodge brand focuses on high performance, this time transforming a California town into Muscleville USA – a town inhabited entirely by owners of the Challenger, Charger or Durango and Bill Goldberg is the mayor.
FCA is now the only American automaker reporting monthly sales, so the only muscle car with reporting monthly sales for January is the Dodge Challenger, making the Mopar muscle car the leader for what will be my final monthly muscle car sales report for the foreseeable future.
FCA has traditionally been one of the few automakers which pays the big money for advertising time during the National Football League’s Super Bowl each year and with the promise of more to come during the big game, we bring you a preview of the Dodge Super Bowl commercial – or a Super Bowl-themed commercial leading up to the company's actual big game spot.
Sublime was the most popular color for the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat and this afternoon, the high performance brand announced that the bright metallic green hue will be returning for the 2019 model year, but not just for the Challenger, as this color will be offered with all Charger trim levels as well.
The Dodge Challenger is likely to receive hybrid power and the supercharged V8 could leave the lineup in the future, but contrary to what many people think online, these changes aren’t happening right away and they don’t guarantee the end of the V8-powered muscle car era.
The 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 finally made its world debut this morning at the 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, and while we don’t know how much power the supercharged Stang will offer, we can look at how it will stand up to the in-class competition from Chevrolet and Dodge.
Sales numbers for December 2018 were announced this morning and for the 9th time during the calendar year, the Ford Mustang beat the Dodge Challenger in monthly sales while also securing a 4th-straight annual segment sales title – all while sales of the Chevrolet Camaro hit lows that we haven’t seen from any of the American muscle cars since 2012.
The Dodge Life store is selling a Challenger SRT Hellcat-themed Christmas sweater that if ordered now, will arrive in time for all of your holiday parties, allowing you to exercise your passion for Mopar performance while keeping in accordance with the season.
The 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat has a much lower starting price than the 2018 models due to the removal of several key standard features, but even when you equip the 2019 version with the same basic features as the previous model year, the new, more-powerful Hellcat Challenger does cost a bit less.
While I have not received confirmation from FCA, multiple dealership contacts around the United States have confirmed that the 2019 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack 1320 will go on sale tomorrow, with deliveries planned for the first quarter of 2019.
The Dodge Challenger continues its impressive sales climb, posting a 34% year over year gain in October and beating the slumping Ford Mustang to lead the sporty two-door coupe segment for the second time this year.
The Ram 1500 Rebel is known for its off-road prowess, but with the introduction of the fifth generation models, this is a package that serves as a terrific all-around truck – whether you are driving it to and from the office, towing a trailer or playing in the mud.
The Sublime 2015 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack shown here recently ran a 10.21 quarter mile with a manual transmission, making it the quickest manually-shifted Scat Pack in the world – and today we bring you the details and a look at the record-setting run.
The supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi from the Dodge Challenger, the Dodge Charger and the Jeep Grand Cherokee has already brought in more than $3 billion through the first four model years of availability and that number is going to keep climbing over the next few years.
This past weekend, Leah Pritchett drove her Dodge Challenger Drag Pak to a 3rd straight win in the class, also securing the Factory Stock Showdown championship title and leaving no question as to which brand is the leader in the world of modern stock-based drag racing.
The folks from Car & Driver published the results of the 2018 Lightning Lap competition in this month’s issue of the magazine and the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody finished in the middle of the pack – an impressive placement for a car that is often pinned as being nothing more than drag strip dominator.
FCA announced this afternoon that production of the 797-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Redeye began today in Brampton and while we don’t know for sure when the first units will reach dealers – we do know for sure that the newest Mopar muscle car is about to hit the streets.
The sales numbers for September and for the third quarter of 2018 are in and once again the Ford Mustang was the bestselling two-door sporty coupe in the US market, beating the Dodge Challenger by about 300 units while the Chevrolet Camaro continues to fall well behind both of its rivals.
Just a day after I published my full drive review of the 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye, the Build & Price feature for the 797-horsepower Mopar muscle car has gone live on Dodge.com – allowing everyone to find out how much they need to save to bring one home.
I recently had the extreme pleasure of spending a week driving the 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye and it should come as little surprise that daily driving a 797-horsepower Mopar muscle car is just as fantastic as you might expect – combining the comforts of the original Hellcat with 90 extra ponies.