How the Dodge Durango’s Engines Have Evolved


The Dodge Durango’s engine has evolved quite a bit since the vehicle first hit the market in 1997. Before we had the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine, we had several Magnum V8s and Corsair V8s included under the vehicle’s hood. As you’ll learn, these changes are certainly a good thing.

Before you go shopping for a Dodge Durango in Miami, see how the nameplate’s engines have evolved over the years…

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The 2016 Dodge Charger: The Safest Full-Size Sedan


Safety scores for the 2016 Dodge Charger are still trickling in, but the early results have been more than promising. The car earned four “good” ratings (the highest possible score) on the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s tests, and we know it got a five-star rollover rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

You can certainly trust these two organizations, but why don’t you explore the Charger yourself. Continue reading below to learn why the 2016 Dodge Charger may be the safest full-size sedan…

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The Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat: Terrifyingly Powerful

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Hell hath no fury like a Dodge Charger.

At least, not after Dodge has added its SRT Hellcat engine package. Mean, muscular, and full of intense power, the Charger SRT Hellcat boasts the most powerful engine available on a mass-produced sedan – and an imposing, aggressive exterior to match. The next time you see a mean-looking, rubber-burning, engine-roaring Dodge Charger in Miami, know this – you may have just witnessed a Hellcat.

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The Dodge Charger Will Continue to Change (and That’s Good)


The first Dodge Charger was released back in 1964. While that model is certainly classic and beloved, we’d reckon that it couldn’t hold a candle to this year’s Charger, especially the Charger SRT Hellcat. Featuring an incredible, unprecedented engine and an intimidating, stylish design, the Hellcat version of the vehicle has been an absolute hit since its release a couple of years ago.

Luckily for us, the engineers weren’t content on rolling over the same design and features. While there are plenty of aspects that will remain the same (including one particular feature that’s sticking around due to fan support), the brand also revamped several of the features and capabilities. To learn how the 2016 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat continues to evolve and change, continue reading after the break…

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The 2016 Durango Gets a Brass Monkey Appearance Package

No, this isn’t a joke. The 2016 Dodge Durango is actually getting a Brass Monkey appearance package later this year. Dodge is advertising the Durango as the last strong and bold looking SUV on the market, whereas all the other ones have toned it down a bit. This Brass Monkey appearance package is one of many appearance packages that Dodge wants to use in order to help boost the unique look and boldness of the Durango; really driving home the fact this is the last strong looking SUV on the 2016 market. There are no photos of what the package will look like yet, but it definitely sounds like it’s going to make for a nifty looking Durango. 

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Why the Police Love Driving the Dodge Charger

When the police look for a car, they need a serious piece of equipment. It has to accelerate rapidly, brake without delay, and hit top speeds well above those reached by normal drivers. And, most importantly, it needs to be able to take a serious beating – with hours of daily use and some seriously difficult driving ahead of it, any police cruiser needs to be durable enough to roll with any punches that might be thrown at it.

Many car companies recognize this need and market models specifically upgraded for police – and for law enforcement, this is a huge benefit. If you’ve seen a police officer driving around in a Dodge Charger in Miami recently, you’re not alone – police departments across the country have picked up on the power of the Charger Pursuit and taken it into the fold.

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