The Dodge Power Brokers dealer network is officially open now. The exclusive source for Dodge’s new Direct Connection factory-backed performance parts has nearly 100 dealerships in 34 states across the United States, with more dealers set to join it in the coming months.
Certified Dodge Power Brokers staff have extra training in Dodge features and performance parts. The full list of dealers is at Dodgegarage.com/power-brokers-dealers. DCPerformance.com will provide online ordering.
Direct Connection is starting out with over 200 parts, including 14 performance kits for the street-legal Dodge Challenger, 13 race-ready kits and four graphics packages for the Dodge Challenger Mopar Drag Pak, and Tuner and Stage kits for the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye and Challenger SRT Hellcat. These may be ordered after CARB certification approval.
Dealers can sell vehicles with Direct Connection upgrades pre-installed, or can install the parts after delivery. Having parts installed by Power Brokers can maintain the three year vehicle warranty.
The opening of the Dodge Power Brokers network and Direct Connection ordering unlocks the next “garage door” of the Dodge Never Lift campaign, which provides a 24-month road map to the brand’s performance future.
DCPerformance.com provides pricing and details including conformance to emissions rules, dealers’ rates, warranty information, and vehicle fitment. A parts catalog can be downloaded. The Direct Connection Tech hotline at (800) 998-1110 can answer technical questions
Direct Connection has performance parts for modern performance cars; Drag Paks; and vintage muscle, including crate engines. The modern section includes kits to boost Hellcat Redeye output to 885 horsepower and standard Hellcat output to 750 or more horsepower. More stage kits, covering the Demon and other cars, will roll out later in the year. Crate engines go from a 383 horse 345 Hemi to the 1,000 horse 426 Hemi.