Tag - Charger

Driven: 2015 Dodge Charger R/T

Like the Challenger I drove a few weeks back, sales of the four-door Charger are primarily comprised of V6 and R/T V8 models, rather than the fire-breathing SRT models that typically grace the pages of buff books. Furthermore, for the middle class family man who needs a practical sedan, but doesn’t want to succumb to the boredom of a CamCordTima or the predictability of the rear-wheel drive compact luxury class, a big American brute like the Charger R/T provides a compelling alternative. What are the highlights and pitfalls of making such a choice? Read on to find out.

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Driven: 2015 Dodge Charger SRT 392 & Hellcat

Though my ownership punch card skews heavily in favor of the import, I’m a documented fan of the American car as a species. I owned and loved a 5-liter 2011 Mustang GT. I find the current Corvette to be an absolutely fantastic specimen (though the Camaro leaves me a little cold). And though it’s been only a short while, I can consider myself an honest Mopar fan thanks to the Hellcat – specifically, the Challenger Hellcat I spent some time with over the summer. And now the newest variant to receive the monster 6.2-liter supercharged Hellcat powertrain – the 2015 Charger – looks set to bring my budding domestic love affair to a full boil.

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Dodge Unveils the 204mph Charger SRT Hellcat

Dodge pulled the covers off the fastest sedan in the world today with the introduction of the 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat. The Charger SRT Hellcat has the same 6.2-liter HEMI Hellcat engine from the SRT Charger Hellcat and produces 707 horsepower and 650 lb.-ft of torque. Dodge says that the Charger SRT Hellcat has an NHRA certified 1/4 mile time of 11.0 seconds on street tires, and a top speed of 204 mph. We’ve got the full tech rundown and 69 photo gallery after the jump. Get ready to pick your jaw up off the floor. Read More

Decoding the 2015 Challenger line-up

Trying to figure out which 2015 Challenger best fits your desired performance goals and options list requires poring over a labyrinth of commingled model names and trim packages; we figured a basic primer would be helpful coming out of our press introduction with the cars yesterday in rainy Portland. Here goes:

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