Dodge Challenger

2020 Dodge Challenger 50th Anniversary Edition Celebrates Half a Century of Awesome

2020 Dodge Challenger 50th Anniversary Edition Celebrates Half a Century of Awesome
If you can believe it, the very first Dodge Challenger rolled out all the way back in 1970. To celebrate this auspicious occasion, Dodge will be releasing a limited edition of its 2020 Challenger, with a number of special trim items to commemorate 50 years.
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2019 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack 1320 is an Affordable Drag Racer

2019 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack 1320 is an Affordable Drag Racer
The 2019 Challenger Hellcat Redeye looks impressive, but most normal guys interested in a muscle car that can tear up the drag strip aren’t going to spend that kind of money. So Dodge has come in with a grassroots drag racer Challenger that is a bit more affordable.
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2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Is a Demon-possessed Kitty

2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Is a Demon-possessed Kitty
It was sad to see the slick Dodge Challenger SRT Demon go out of production after such a short run. The last Demon and Viper were recently auctioned off for a cool $1 million. The good news is that you can buy a very cool new edition of the Challenger, dubbed the SRT Hellcat Redeye for 2019, and while not quite as fast as a Demon, the car is a beast.
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World’s Fastest Christmas Tree Does 174 mph

World’s Fastest Christmas Tree Does 174 mph
Getting the Christmas tree home can be a bit of a chore. A 6-foot-tall fir tree doesn’t really fit into most cars, so many have to bum a truck or rent one to get your tree home.
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A Devilish Day at the Drag Strip with the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon

A Devilish Day at the Drag Strip with the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon
When I drove the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, I thought it probably would be the most powerful production car I would ever drive. After all, it’s pretty rare that you get behind the wheel of a car with more than 700 horsepower.
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Lancia Stratos Dodge Challenger Hellcat for Sale

Lancia Stratos Dodge Challenger Hellcat for Sale
The Lancia Stratos is one of those classic cars that many gearheads would love to have in their collection. But it’s not exactly the easiest or cheapest car to come by, never mind the fact that ’70s and ’80s Italian sportscars aren’t exactly known for their reliability.
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2017 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Review: Stung by a Yellow Jacket

2017 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Review: Stung by a Yellow Jacket
The Dodge Challenger we know and love has been on the market for nearly a decade. While some manufacturers might phone it in the twilight years of any particular vehicle’s platform, Dodge has done the opposite -continuing to push the limits of what a muscle car can be, offering up a barrage of knockout Challenger releases in the past couple of years, including the Scat Pack, Daytona, and the SRT Hellcat and Demon.
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2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody: One Fat Cat

2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody: One Fat Cat
Dodge has unveiled a new version of the Hellcat that has dipped into the Demon parts bin. The SRT Hellcat Widebody has the flares from the Demon and they add 3.5-inches of width to the Hellcat, making room for some big 20″ x 11″ wheels.
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Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Price Announced

Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Price Announced
Dodge has finally given up the detail on pricing for the new Challenger SRT Demon street/strip racer. The car will start at $86,090(USD). Naturally that price is before dealerships mark them up to squeeze all the money they can from these special models.
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2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Is a Horsepower Monster

2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Is a Horsepower Monster
After countless teasers, Dodge finally has revealed the Challenger SRT Demon in all of its glory. And glorious it is. This street-legal drag racer not only has more horsepower than any V8 production car ever, Dodge says it’s the fastest production car from 0 to 60 too – at least until Elon Musk tweaks some software on the Model S P100D, I suppose.
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Dodge Challenger GT Review: Mild Muscle Car Meets AWD Agility

Dodge Challenger GT Review: Mild Muscle Car Meets AWD Agility
There’s no getting around it. The all-wheel drive Challenger GT is one hell of a unique spin on American muscle car culture. Vibrant buyer interest in all-wheel drive versions of the Charger have caused the iconic coupe to morph into a surefooted snowshoe hare, an animal that prefers stability and agility over brawn and bite, and quite frankly we love it.
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Dodge Demon Launches Like Satan Just Goosed It

Dodge Demon Launches Like Satan Just Goosed It
We have seen a bunch of teasers about the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon over the last several weeks. So far it’s been mostly showing off bits and pieces of the ride, mostly in the shadows. With the official Demon debut set for next month, Dodge is finally getting clearer and giving us a better look in the latest teaser.
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Dodge Demon Gets Custom Tool Kit for the Track

Dodge Demon Gets Custom Tool Kit for the Track
It takes some special equipment to run a production car at the track and have it survive for the trip home. Those things include special tires and other gear that you need to bolt on the car.
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Latest Dodge Demon Teaser: “Race-Hardened” Parts

Latest Dodge Demon Teaser: “Race-Hardened” Parts
One of the challenges with any street car that does double duty as a track car is finding a way to cram in the safety gear you need, and also making sure the components can handle the demands of the track.
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Dodge Demon Gets Biggest Production Car Hood Scoop

Dodge Demon Gets Biggest Production Car Hood Scoop
Dodge has offered up more details on the Challenger SRT Demon straight line king, and this time out it is talking up the massive hood scoop the car gets. Dodge says that the Air Grabber cold air intake hood has the largest intake ever installed on a production car at 45 square inches.
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