Both are throwbacks to previous models, but feature modern tech, more features and retro design. To make a little more noise, Dodge is taking a couple of High-Impact Colors (HIPs) out of its archives and has added a new HIP hue. Both, the 2017 Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger will be available in Go Mango, the all-new Green Go, a revised Yellow Jacket, and TorRed.
The Dodge Challenger is one eye-catching car. It’s got that slick look, an engine that purrs like a tiger, and is a magnet for chicas and chicos alike. To make your Challenger stand out from the rest, there are few parts and accessories that can add a custom touch and extra spice to a Dodge Challenger. Ever hear of Mopar Custom Auto Parts? They’re an auto parts and accessories shop that makes some interesting parts pieces for the interior, engine and exterior of a Challenger.
Comparing vehicles made for a lot of passengers is never easy. Drivers want comfortable interiors, up-to-date technology, great fuel economy and safety, and why shouldn’t they? Those are the standards for vehicles today, and if one were to scrimp on either, well, it wouldn’t make the “Yes” pile when it comes to making a buying decision.
That’s why we take a hard look at vehicles when drawing up a comparison, from the engine specs to the safety and convenience features. Today, we’re taking a look at two 7-passenger seating mid-size SUVs/CUVs: the Dodge Journey and the GMC Acadia.
The Dodge Challenger has a significant history as an evolving muscle car. Since the Challenger was first released in 1970, there have been many changes made to its exterior, like the shaker hood and flip headlights. Not only that, but through the years, Dodge has made stronger, more powerful engines to increase performance and satisfy people’s need for speed.
With the 900HP SRT Hellcat coming out, we thought it would be best to give an overview of all of the standard Challenger engines that are currently available on the 2016 Challenger lineup.