No mere meteorological disruption could slow down this 7-passenger performance demigod.
There was no missing the Go Green paint of the Dodge Charger Daytona 392 in the Limited Slip Blog driveway. It signaled the start of a very fun week.
Truck lineups are filled with diversity; work trucks and luxury trucks, 6-cylinder and 8-cylinder engines, gas or diesel fueled, single cabs, short beds, extra-large cabs, long beds. There’s a combination for everyone. Ram’s rough-and-tumble 1500 variant gets a fitting name: Rebel. The Ram Rebel combines unique visuals and […]
By now you’ve probably read just about everything there is to read about the Dodge Challenger Hellcat. It’s the rawest combination of 1970s Americana and 21st century engineering, meant to go fast in the quarter mile and designed to look incredibly nostalgic the whole time. Whether the Hellcat […]
You might think the craziest thing Dodge has done in recent memory is launch the 707hp SRT Hellcat. You’d be wrong. When the sensible people at FCA weren’t looking, Dodge went and dropped the SRT’s 6.4L V8 into a Challenger R/T and called it a day. The sheer […]
Have you ever wandered through dealership lots looking for something that reminded you of the good old days? Do you pine for that muscle car look and feel without having to deal with 40 year old technology? If you have, look no further than the Dodge Challenger. Encompassing […]
Some of you may recognize the redesigned Durango from its commercial debut alongside Ron Burgundy, who seemingly has become the spokesman for the new eye-catchingly bold SUV. Dodge brought the Durango back in 2011 after a 3 year hiatus. Now redesigned for 2014, Dodge added a host of […]
–Christopher Little I’ve always associated SRT with large displacement engines, tire smoke, and quarter mile times. And in many respects, that’s a pretty accurate assessment. Street & Racing Technology is so named because that’s what goes into these cars. I, however, was under the impression that, despite this, […]