Dodge Demon: Devilishly clever or evil incarnate?Sun, 16, Apr 2017
The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, unveiled at the New York auto show, traded in the performance brand's halo for horns with performance numbers normally associated with much more expensive brands. Staff writers Mike Wayland and Richard Truett debate the logic of Dodge's decision.
FCA pumps up performance cred with Dodge Demon, Jeep Grand Cherokee TrackhawkTue, 11, Apr 2017
Dodge created a specialized version of its 8-year-old Challenger coupe specifically for drag racing by cutting weight, increasing horsepower and making other changes to boost acceleration off the line. Jeep, meanwhile, unveiled a fire-breathing variant of the Grand Cherokee called the Trackhawk.
Hellcat fever may be easing as Dodge prepares to unveil its new DemonSun, 09, Apr 2017
Dodge will unveil the worst-kept secret in muscle car history this week at the New York auto show when it introduces the Demon, a heavily modified Dodge Challenger for the drag strip that is intended to be the brand's new performance halo.
Fiat Chrysler posts 7th consecutive monthly lossMon, 03, Apr 2017
FCA: Sales fall 10% despite Ram boostWed, 01, Mar 2017
GM dials up discounts on pickups as rivals tread on turfMon, 27, Feb 2017
Mopar marks 80th birthday with limited-run Dodge ChallengerFri, 10, Feb 2017
FCA readies another hot-rod SUV with Dodge Durango SRTTue, 07, Feb 2017
For consumers torn between an SUV and a muscle car, FCA has a new 475-hp solution. The Dodge Durango SRT, billed as the world's most powerful three-row SUV, joins a hot-rod version of the Jeep Grand Cherokee sold under FCA's Street & Racing Technology line.
Ram adds color-themed special-edition pickupsWed, 08, Feb 2017
Marchionne says Alfa will share platforms with Maserati, Dodge, JeepThu, 02, Feb 2017
FCA sales down 11%, continuing 5-month sales slideWed, 01, Feb 2017
Fiat Chrysler's sales continued their skid, hitting five months in January as they dropped 11 percent to 152,218. The automaker said fleet sales accounted for 28 percent of its monthly total, though it said January fleet sales were down 31 percent year-over-year.