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Initially founded in 1900 by the Dodge brothers as suppliers to other automobile manufactures, Dodge didn't make its first complete car until 1915. Before Chrysler Group split their products into even more separate specified groups, Dodge was responsible for the Ram before they became Ram Trucks, and
the ultimate American Muscle car, the Dodge Viper, before that branched off to become the SRT Viper. Dodge's current lineup still covers a broad range, from a compact sedan to big family mobiles.
Recalling a classic name, Dodge recently reintroduced the Dart as an entry-level compact sedan. Available with a dual clutch transmission usually reserved for expensive super cars and clever storage bins under the passenger seat cushion, the Dart is a unique offering a fiercely growing market. The Avenger offers a range of performance potential from best-in-class 29 highway MPG to most power in its class from the 283 horsepower Pentastar V6. Though its gained two doors, the Charger is a spacious, powerful sedan recalling another classic Dodge name, often featured in movies and recalling the classic era of American muscle cars. With nine available trim levels, including two variations of the V8 powered SRT models, the Charger may also be the most flexible and iconic car in the current Dodge lineup.
Since the Viper officially moved as the halo car of its own SRT brand, the Challenger remains as the sole sports car offering from Dodge. With proper muscle car proportions, the Challenger is a spacious coupe with plenty of seating for four and still manages 29 MPG with an available V6, but the tire-destroying SRT model is the way to go.
The Journey fills the CUV hole in Dodge's lineup with available AWD to get all potential seven passengers safely through the worst conditions. With a little more space for seven-passengers, the Durango can also haul up to 7,400 lbs. and is available with Dodge's new 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment unit. Finally, sharing a platform with the Town See more... See Less