Mopar Flashback Friday: Introducing the New 1968 Dodge Charger

1968 Dodge Charger

The Dodge Charger was introduced as its own model line for the 1966 model year, and while the ‘66 and ‘67 models sold well enough, the debut of the second generation for the 1968 model year really led to the boom in popularity for the legendary nameplate. As we all know, the second generation Charger, … Read more

Mopar Flashback Friday: I Built a Dodge…I Built a Dodge!

1956 Dodge Lancer

This week’s Mopar Flashback Friday takes us back to 1956, with a classic marketing video which showcases the Dodge Lancer. This video is very unlike any modern car commercial, as it is more than two minutes long, it doesn’t actually mention the name of any vehicles and it has a unique theme song that makes … Read more

Mopar Flashback Friday: 1970 Dodge Challenger Commercial

Dodge Challenger Ad

The Dodge brand showcases its history better than any modern brand in the US market, with classic colors, classic trim names, classic packages and even some marketing campaigns that hearken back to the early days of the muscle car. From the Shaker hood atop a Hemi engine to colors like B5 Blue or Go Mango … Read more

Original Hellcat Design Leads Our Hood Poll

2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat

Yesterday we published a poll asking our readers and folks in a variety of large social media groups which modern Dodge Challenger hood they thought looked the best. Since the current Challenger was introduced for the 2015 model year, it has worn six different hood designs with multiple options each year. Having seen the discussion … Read more

Here’s the full 2022 Mopar police line

2022 Dodge Durango police pursuit car (squad)

For the 2022 model year, police buyers can get a choice of pursuit-rated Chargers and Durangos, or opt for a special service Ram. So far there are no pursuit rated Rams, though Ford has a pursuit-rated F-150—a vehicle with a low top speed and brakes that a civilian car would be ashamed of. The Durango … Read more

Dodge Durango Hellcat: The World’s Greatest High Performance People Mover

Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat

After the introduction of the 707-horsepower Hellcat versions of the Dodge Challenger and Charger, many fans of the brand began pleading for a factory supercharged Durango. The Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, packing the same Hellcat Hemi, proved to be a smashing success for the Jeep brand and many Mopar lovers who wanted a supercharged, all-wheel-drive SUV … Read more