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Whatever your needs, you'll find first-hand impressions and professional opinions about the new Dodge models that most interest you like the popular new Magnum or the Ram 1500. All Dodge reviews include comparisons, interior and exterior analysis, options & features, and test drives.

2009 Dodge Journey
The crossover SUV market is growing by leaps and bounds. While Chrysler Corporation has had an offering in this segment since 2004 in the form of the Chrysler Pacifica, Dodge has never had a car-based crossover. Now Dodge is entering that segment with the Journey, an all-new midsize crossover with seating for up to seven, four-cylinder or V6 power, and minivan-like utility.
   
2008 Dodge Grand Caravan
The 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan is all new. It's a necessary redesign for Dodge, to remain the leader of the minivan pack. And it's a good one, with many improvements, including a new optional 250-horsepower V6 and six-speed transaxle (a minivan first), with fuel economy of just one less mile per gallon than the standard 175-hp V6 with a four-speed.
   
2008 Dodge Avenger
The Dodge Avenger replaces all models of the old Dodge Stratus cab-forward front-drive sedan with an all-new chassis, body, suspension and powertrain lineup. It comes with a host of new standard equipment items never before seen in this segment and a wide range of options. It will compete at the heart of the American market with the Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, Toyota Camry, Ford Fusion and Pontiac G6, among others.
   
2008 Dodge Magnum
The Dodge Magnum is a full-size American station wagon with spacious cargo capacity. It's engineered for safety. All-wheel drive is available for all-weather capability. But what makes the Magnum special is its hot rod styling and rumbling engines. There's nothing else quite like it.
   
2008 Dodge Caliber
The Dodge Caliber was launched as a 2007 model. For 2008, the high-performance Dodge Caliber SRT4 joins the lineup.
   
2008 Dodge Nitro
The 2008 Dodge Nitro is a mid-size sport utility vehicle distinguished from other SUVs by its squared-off styling with exaggerated fender flares. Nitro shares its platform with the Jeep Liberty. It is 22 inches shorter than the Dodge Durango full-size SUV.
   
2008 Dodge Charger
The Dodge Charger is a full-size, four-door sedan that makes a bold design statement and backs it up with serious horsepower. A wide range of models is available, but all are comfortable cruisers, offering drivers a friendly haven from traffic and bumpy freeways.
   
2008 Dodge Ram 1500
For full-size pickup buyers, these are the good old days. Never before have trucks been more capable for hauling and towing nor more competent at coddling passengers. Moreover, today's trucks make bold styling statements. There is no mistaking a Ford F-150 for a Nissan Titan or a Toyota Tundra, nor even confusing a Chevy Silverado with a GMC Sierra. Any one of them would be a good choice from a consumer's point of view.
   
2008 Dodge Dakota
The Dodge Dakota looks big. It looks nearly as big and tough as the full-size Dodge Ram. And, in fact, it is big. It's the biggest pickup in the midsize class. It's also available with a V8. And its 7,050-pound maximum towing capacity is the best in the class. You might say Dakota is the midsize pickup with a full-size attitude with muscle to back it up.
   
2008 Dodge Ram 3500
The current generation of Dodge Ram heavy-duty pickups has been with us for a few years now. Last redesigned for 2003, the Dodge Ram 2500 and Dodge Ram 3500 models aren't nearly as new as the latest from Ford and General Motors. However, they do benefit from some recent freshening such as the diesel and six-speed automatic that were added last year.
   
2008 Dodge Durango
Dodge Durango looks tough but rides smooth. Big and bulky, it handles like a truck, but it's quiet, roomy, and comfortable, with a host of available technology.
   
2008 Dodge Viper
The Dodge Viper ranks among the fiercest, most raw, visceral machines sold in showrooms anywhere. Only a few cars come as close as the Viper to a street-legal race car: Ferrari F430 Scuderia, Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera, Porsche 911 GT3RS, Chevrolet Corvette ZO6, Honda S2000CR. Only two of these cost less, and none come within 95 hp of the Viper.

Dodge Cars

In 1901, when the Dodge brothers (John Francis Dodge and Horace Elgin Dodge) moved their Bicycle & Machine Factory to Detroit, Michigan, they probably didn't know they would one day be one of the best known American car makers. At the time, their bearings and other parts were in demand with the early automobile industry, and they helped design motor parts for early Oldsmobiles.

In 1902, Henry Ford approached the Dodge brothers for help in financing his own automobile company, which they did, as well as manufacturing parts for early Fords, to everyone's mutual benefit. Twelve years later, the brothers opened the Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicle company, and selected 50 dealers to represent their line, based on applications received from around the country. Some of those dealers remain successful even today. In 1917 the Dodge Brothers sued the Ford company, which increased their revenue, and started building motor trucks.

In 1925 the company was purchased by Dillon, Read & Company for a $148 million, which was said to be the largest cash transaction in history (up to that time). Three years later, Dodge was sold again, this time to Chrysler. Dodge today is still a part of Chrysler (now DaimlerChrysler), and is known primarily for its trucks - so much so that they account for 78% of sales.

The company represented by the ram logo is trying to change that, however, with the Charger and Challenger. It's also been re-branding itself in Europe, pushing the new Dodge viper. Dodge says it's "ram tough" and its history supports this.