Dodge is one of America's oldest and most recognizable automakers. Today, as part of Stellantis, Dodge trades on old-fashioned American values such as size, power, and style. The Challenger coupe and Charger sedan are muscle cars that garner lots of attention thanks to their numerous high-powered SRT and Hellcat variants. If you want an SUV, check out the burly Durango SUV and its hot-rod version, the Durango SRT.
A small Dodge SUV called the Hornet is coming for the 2023 model year and will share its platform and powertrains with the Alfa Romeo Tonale.
With a powerful and melodic V-8, the Dodge Challenger is a big, brash coupe that's surprisingly livable yet drives much different than its nimbler rivals.
With horsepower ratings that start with 7 and 8, the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is a muscle car with what amounts to a nuclear reactor under its hood.
The Dodge Charger comes with compromises, but it's one of few full-size, non-luxury sedans that still pairs rear-wheel drive with thumping V-8 engines.
With a badass widebody design and cuss-inducing acceleration, the 717-hp Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat and 797-hp Hellcat Redeye are for adrenaline junkies with families.
Among mid-size three-row SUVs, there's only one muscle-ute: the 2022 Dodge Durango, which skips the usual four-cylinder and offers either a V-6 or optional V-8.
If a two-door muscle car no longer suits your needs Dodge has just the answer with the 2022 Durango SRT 392, which is powered by a rumbling 475-hp Hemi V-8.
As a big-bodied, hard-charging, retro-styled coupe, the Dodge Challenger stays truer to the muscle-car ethos than the Chevy Camaro and Ford Mustang do.
The Challenger SRT Hellcat has multiple potencies and myriad personalities that make it the most powerful and outrageous muscle car on the market.
What the Charger lacks in interior quality and ride refinement it makes up for with its practical space, available all-wheel drive, and racy V-8 engine options.
With its badass style and expletive-inducing acceleration, the Charger Hellcat is a one-of-a-kind sedan that can handle road trips and obliterate drag strips.
The 2021 Durango is the Dodge for the driver who has grown out of burnouts and muscle cars into kindergarten drop-off duty and home-improvement store runs.
While the rest of the automotive world moves toward smaller fuel-efficient engines and EVs, the Dodge Durango SRT 392 is still having a blast with gasoline.
With a 710-hp supercharged V-8 and an aggressive visage, the Durango SRT Hellcat is one of the most outrageous three-row SUVs on the planet.
What the Challenger lacks in handling finesse, it makes up for with substantial muscle from its great V-8s and more comfort from its roomy cabin.
With absurd amounts of power and cool retro looks, the Challenger SRT Hellcat might be a one-trick pony but with almost 800 horsepower, who cares?
The Dodge Charger is the choice for buyers that want or need a full-size sedan but prefer not to compromise on performance or practicality.
With comfy accommodations and gobsmacking acceleration, the 2020 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is a mind-blowing way to experience a road trip or a drag strip.
With its bold design, high tow ratings, and Hemi V-8, the Durango might not be the most practical mid-size SUV, but it might be the coolest.
With a rumbling 485-hp V-8 and three-row comfort, the Durango SRT has muscle-car attitude and performance in a family-friendly package.
With its cheap cost of entry and handy fold-flat second and third row seats, the Grand Caravan is good enough for a vacation rental but not much more.
With lots of cabin space and an unbeatable price, the Dodge Journey is practical for families on a budget but is ultimately disappointing.
Like a classic-rock song, the 2019 Dodge Challenger quickens the heart rate and stirs up nostalgia.
These high-powered Challengers come in two flavors of badass: the notorious SRT Hellcat possesses a 717-hp supercharged Hemi V-8 while the pumped-up Redeye version has 797 ponies.
Both fast and functional, this affordable muscle machine can compete with pony cars at the drag strip and with full-size sedans on family road trips.
The 2019 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is a 707-hp sedan that's built to bully sports-car owners and shuttle adrenaline-junkie families.
The only family-friendly crossover with muscle-car street cred.
Strap the kids in tight, secure the groceries in the cargo area, activate the launch-control feature, and watch the tedium of running weekend errands fade—fast.
Reluctant to say goodbye to its family-hauling icon, Dodge continues offering the Grand Caravan for 2019 even though it is badly outclassed by both its rivals.
Not every new car has the latest technology and contemporary styling, and that includes the 2019 Dodge Journey.
The 2018 Dodge Challenger sports an evocative retro design, the choice of strong Hemi V-8 engines, and a comfortable interior with the latest tech features.
The Dodge Challenger SRT 392 and SRT Hellcat fill the need for speed, with added helpings of good handling and interior comfort.
The 2018 Dodge Charger's strong suit is its ability to serve as a practical family-hauler or a tire-smoking muscle car, depending on how it's equipped.
The 707-hp Charger SRT Hellcat is aimed at adrenaline junkies, but it's also a surprisingly comfortable highway cruiser.
The 2018 Dodge Durango offers the choice of two satisfying engines, decent cargo and towing capacity, and a comfortable, well-designed cabin.
The 2018 Dodge Durango SRT is a fast, good-handling muscle-ute that provides a dynamic driving experience while handling everyday chores.
The 2018 Dodge Grand Caravan provides minivan ride and space at an attractive price, but it falls short of more modern rivals in most areas.
The 2018 Dodge Journey provides budget pricing and a decent amount of space for people and cargo, but most rivals best it in comfort and convenience features.
The Challenger SRT Demon is even mightier than the Hellcat version, boasting up to 840 horsepower and exclusive drag-racing equipment.
The Grand Caravan's main selling point is generous space for people and cargo at a cut-rate price, but it's outperformed by rivals in most areas.
The Challenger is a rowdy, retro-themed muscle car that excels in a straight line but is bested by rivals in the twisties.
The Challenger SRT 392 and SRT Hellcat's ultra-powerful engines makes them formidable weapons in the pony-car wars.
The Charger is a throwback full-size, rear-drive sedan that's part muscle car and part family hauler.
It's not for the faint of heart, but the 707-hp Charger Hellcat is ideal for adrenaline junkies with families.
Bold, muscular styling and an optional Hemi V-8 make the Durango the bad boy of the SUV world, but it has a family-friendly side, as well.
The Journey is a practical choice for families on a tight budget, but rival crossovers beat it in most key areas.
While fifth-generation Viper ended production in 2017, we thought an all-new model would debut in 2020, but the iconic nameplate is dead until further notice.
While the Dart is uniquely styled, it is otherwise a rather disappointing offering.
Despite a thorough update in 2011, the Avenger has become less competitive as it nears the end of its life cycle—2014 was its last year in production.
There’s a five-speed manual and a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), which you should avoid if possible.
This is the wagon version of the 10Best-winning rear-drive Chrysler 300, and it oozes with swagger.
The Nitro is a compact sport-utility with typical in-your-face Dodge styling.