Instead of reinventing their 2-door muscle car, Dodge has decide to continually add crazier and crazier engine options. For 2019 we get a 797 horsepower Hellcat Redeye which you can think of as the former limited edition Dodge Demon without a dose of Visine.
AKA The Durango I didn’t buy. Dodge’s high-horsepower three row CUV is a special kind of crazy, but it’s also a strangely good deal compared with full-size SUVs from Ford and GM, as long as you don’t need to seat more than 6.
We recently had the chance to drive a Mustang and Challenger back to back and compare them. In my mind the Challenger isn’t so much a competitor to the Mustang as it is an alternative. Say what? You see, the Mustang and Camaro are very much alike in their mission, their size, and their nature. […]
The Dodge Durango is a unicorn in America. It’s the only mainstream three-row crossover that can tow more than 5,000 pounds. In fact, if you want to tow with a three row vehicle, the Dodge tows more than most three-row body-on-frame SUVs in America. Thanks to a 5.7L V8, rear wheel drive and wide tires […]
Nobody does crazy like Dodge and nothing seems crazier than their original 707 horsepower hellcat… And that includes the 2018 Hellcat “Widebody” which is the more expensive, but less crazy Hellcat. Are you confused yet? Basically what FCA did with the original Hellcat was jam a big engine in the Challenger and stuff the biggest […]
Whether you want to call it a crossover or an SUV, the Durango is the only option in it’s class with a V8 under the hood, a near perfect weight balance and rear wheel drive. Quite simply this is the most fun you can have in a 3-row vehicle under $60,000.
The Dodge Charger is quite simply the best full-size sedan to drive in this segment. If you’re shopping for an Avalon, Cadenza, Impala, Azera, Taurus or Accord, the Charger needs to be at the top of your shopping list.
With all luck the full review on the 2015 Challenger R/T Scat Pack should be up in about 3 hours… In the mean time, enjoy the Child Seat Review.