No one has combined the spirit of old muscle with new technology more comprehensively than Dodge. Most models from Dodge are bold, beefy and above all, powerful. Many are available with the legendary HEMI engine, a powerful big-block V8. Most models from Dodge have class leading power, like the SRT-10, the Dakota, Durango and Ram 1500. With smart features to go with all that power, Dodges are fun, fast and hard to pass up.
Dodge Caravan: The Caravan is the most affordable minivan on the market right now. $19,000 will get you a CD stereo, AC, and seating for seven. More options are also available.
Dodge Dakota: A formidable little pickup, the Dodge Dakota comes in a variety of alternate models: single, extra or four-door quad cab. There are a number of engine options as well from the base 3.7L Magnum V6, to the class-leading 4.7L Magnum V8.
Dodge Durango: A midsize SUV with big aspirations. With seating for seven, best in class storage capacity and the option of the audacious 5.7L HEMI V8, the Durango is all about size, and wants nothing to do with “mid.”
Dodge Grand Caravan: The longer wheelbase version of the Caravan minivan, the Grand steps up to a base 3.3L V6 and greater interior space for passengers and cargo.
Dodge Magnum: A hotrod of a grocery-getter, the Magnum looks less like the family oriented wagon that it is, and more like a chop-top hotrod. With an available 340hp HEMI V8, optional leather seating and a Boston Acoustics stereo, the spacious Magnum truly is a modern, straight-from-the-factory hotrod.
Dodge Neon: For everything that you’d want in an affordable package, this cute little car has it. AC, power steering and starting at under fifteen grand, within your means.
Dodge Neon SRT-4: This sport variant is the Neon that outshines the others. A sporty ride, aggressive styling, and a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that gets the SRT-4 to 60 mph in around 5.4 seconds—with a starting price of around $22,000, you can actually say “cool car’’ and “affordable” in the same breath.
Dodge Ram Pickup 1500: A full size, half-ton pickup that can be noted for its burly appearance and equal power. The 1500 series of pickups are offered in a variety of shapes and sizes, three cab options, short or long bed, and three engine options from the mild 3.7L magnum V6 to the 5.7L rumble of the HEMI V8.
Dodge Ram Pickup 1500 SRT-10: “That got a HEMI in it?” No, this truck ate the HEMI for breakfast. The SRT-10 is the illegitimate love-child of the 1500 series pickup, and the Viper sports car (from which the SRT-10 gleans its 500hp V10). This mean machine is actually the fastest production truck in the world with a top speed of 150 mph.
Dodge Ram Pickup 2500: The 2500 is a stouter version of the 1500, with a greater payload and towing capacity. The 2500 has a standard HEMI V8 or the option of the Cummins turbo diesel with 610 ft/lbs. of torque to pull those heavy loads with ease.
Dodge Ram Pickup 3500: A real towing machine. With a towing capacity of 10,800 lbs. the dual rear axle, 1-ton chassis of the 3500 is probably the best thing for towing your boat or trailer this side of a semi.
Dodge Sprinter: The Sprinter is Dodge’s full size van that’s all about space. With seating for ten and 112 cubic feet of rear storage area.
Dodge Sprinter Cargo: An incredibly functional work-van, the Sprinter Cargo when properly equipped, has a payload capacity of 473 cubic feet and 4800 lbs. The Sprinter is also sold as a cab and chassis, so the buyer can customize it to suit their needs.
Dodge Stratus: The Stratus is Dodge’s foray in the midsize car market, available with a 150hp 4-cylinder engine, or 200hp V6, and the option of a four-door sedan, or a two-door coupe.
Dodge Viper: That legendary motor-city serpent whose bite incites heart palpitations in its admirers, and swallows the competition. The new Viper SRT is better than ever: with a boost in horsepower to 500, more torque (516 ft/lbs.) and a more ergonomic interior than the previous Viper. With an alleged top speed of 220 mph, and supernatural handling, the Viper hisses in defiance of the laws of physics.