Dodge News, Pricing and Reviews

Dodge currently personifies the spirit that made the brand so popular back in the 1960s and 1970s with an aggressive design and powerful drivetrains that also offer excellent fuel economy. Dodge is routinely the bestselling brand within the Chrysler Group. This page provides the latest Dodge news, photos, reviews and breaking stories about Dodge cars.
Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat P4D Differential Brace

How One Man Made Racing a Dodge Hellcat Car Much Safer

Bray Brankhurst saw Dodge Challenger and Charger owners with the Hellcat Hemi breaking differentials so he set out to create a product to protect the differential and driveshaft of the Hellcat cars, but in the end, his Per4Mance Development differential braces have made drag racing a whole lot safer for many modern Mopar racers.
Epling Garage Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat

World's Quickest Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Hosting a Charity Drag Race This Weekend

The drag racing world has been at a standstill over the past month, but the team behind the world’s quickest Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is kicking off the late 2020 racing season with a charity racing event on May 16th at Kentucky Dragway – and there is still time for you to enter your vehicle.
The First Dodge Viper Concept

Viper Forefathers Like the Idea of a Hellcat-powered Next Gen Dodge Supercar

Two of the men who were instrumental in creating the original Dodge Viper back in the late 1980s like the idea of the next generation supercar departing from the V10 in favor of a Hellcat Hemi, but they still want that engine to be mounted in front of the driver.
Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody on Springfest Image

Mysterious Dodge Charger Remains Unknown as Springfest is Postponed

A great many people believed that the 2020 Spring Festival of LX would bring about the grand debut of the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody Redeye, but with the massive Mopar show being postponed over fears of Coronavirus, it is unclear what the future holds for any news-worthy reveals planned for March 20 and 21.

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