Dodge Power Brokers is Open For Business

March 11th, 2022 by

Good news for Dodge Brotherhood of Muscle enthusiasts, the brand’s Dodge Power Brokers dealer network is officially open for business. The program is officially the only exclusive source of the new Direct Connection factory-backed performance parts lineup. Dodge’s Power Brokers program will initially launch across 100 dealerships across 34 states, with an expansion planned for…

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Upcoming Dodge EV Has it All Figured Out

March 3rd, 2022 by

Dodge is stepping up to the plate to meet the challenges of our time, including taking its famed muscle cars electric. Now, the automaker is faced with another challenge: How to make its upcoming EVs rumble with performance sounds from the nearly silent electric motors?   Dodge is poised to give enthusiasts a glance at its…

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Dodge Hornet Rumors Heat Up Again

February 18th, 2022 by

If the rumor mill is to be believed, Dodge has a new Hornet SUV model in the works. Recent sneak peaks via leaked Facebook video screenshots might’ve given enthusiasts a glimpse into what the SUV might look like. Previously, Italian publication Autopareri confirmed that the Dodge Hornet would borrow several design cues from the recently-revealed…

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Dodge Makes Changes to the Durango Lineup for the 2022 Model Year

February 2nd, 2022 by

Changes abound for the 2022 Dodge Durango, including the discontinuation of its highly-popular Durango SRT Hellcat trim. The option is no longer available for configuration on Dodge’s official site. Instead, it’s now the Durango SRT 392 reigns supreme on the Durango food chain. Powered by a HEMI just the same, the SRT 392 trim of…

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Dodge Offers More Details About its Direct Connection Program

January 25th, 2022 by

Dodge is giving its enthusiasts more and more with the return of its Direct Connection performance parts program. Even though electrification is right around the corner for the brand, Dodge isn’t going to let its powerful internal combustion engines sit idle. Tim Kuniskis, CEO of Dodge, recently discussed the automaker’s revival of its classic Direct…

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Dodge Seeks its Very First Chief Donut Maker

January 21st, 2022 by

Dodge’s current campaign shouldn’t only be called ‘Never Lift,’ as ‘Never Settle’ would work just as well. The automaker rolled out the next phase of its ongoing campaign and created the first-ever chief donut maker position, a side hustle that’ll have enthusiasts starry-eyed. Dodge isn’t talking glazed donuts, the purveyor of modern muscle cars is…

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The Dodge Challenger Reigned Supreme in 2021

January 10th, 2022 by

Congratulations are in order as the Dodge Challenger officially dethroned the Ford Mustang as the best-selling muscle car in the U.S.. The Mustang’s streak (that started in 2015) abruptly came to its natural end when Dodge sold 54,314 units of its Challenger model. A 3 percent increase over its 2020 numbers, Dodge is poised to…

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2022 Dodge Challenger v 2022 Chevy Camaro

January 6th, 2022 by

Buyers turn to the 2022 Chevrolet Camaro and 2022 Dodge Challenger for their powerful engines and nostalgic muscle car aesthetics. That said, how do these two modern-day muscle cars fare against each other? Let’s take a closer look. 2022 Chevy Camaro Chevy offers buyers a low entry-level price, a slew of engines, along with coupe…

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Will the Dodge Challenger be the First Muscle Car to Phase Out HEMI Engines?

December 20th, 2021 by

The rumor mill churns again with the rumblings that Dodge may be ready to part ways with its famed V8 engines. However, in spite of downsizing and ongoing electrification efforts, it appears there’s a solution to power the next-generation Dodge Challenger. The last of American muscle is rumored to be the chosen vessel to inaugurate…

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What to Expect From the 2022 Dodge Challenger

December 12th, 2021 by

American muscle isn’t a thing of the past and the 2022 Dodge challenger proves it with its old school charm. Joining the Brotherhood of Muscle is easy with the entry-level Dodge Challenger SXT trim. Strangely enough, the entry-level V6 Dodge Challenger is the only two-door muscle car with all-wheel drive. As consumers move up in…

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