2014 Dodge Challenger: The End of the Line Is a New Beginning

Proud workers stand with the last 2014 Challenger off the Brampton, Ontario, assembly line. Over the past seven model years, nearly 281,000 2008–2014 Dodge Challengers have crossed this point.

 

By Steve Magnante

 

On Tuesday, June 24, 2014, the last 2014 Dodge Challenger rolled off the Brampton, Ontario, assembly line. Fittingly, the final example was a bright white R/T Plus 100th Anniversary Edition and oh yeah, it’s got a HEMI® engine, but it will also deliver the kind of fuel economy owners of 1970 Challenger R/Ts could only dream of! Special…

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2014 Dodge Challenger: The End of the Line Is a New Beginning

The Brains Behind the Blacktop Models

The Brains Behind the Blacktop Models

The North American International Auto Show in Detroit was the perfect place for Dodge to announce the brand is adding exclusive Blacktop packages to its trio of seven-passenger vehicles — the Durango, Grand Caravan and Journey. These special edition packages will join the Avenger, Challenger and Charger to complete the Dodge Blacktop family, and will be on display again, starting this week, at the Chicago Auto Show.

 

“All of our sinister Blacktop packages include a unique, customized look that customers will identify with. Blacktops…

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The Brains Behind the Blacktop Models

The Dart Story: Dual Dry Clutch Transmission

 

On the 2013 Dodge Dart SXT, Rallye, and Limited models equipped with a 1.4L MultiAir engine, there’s a new and innovative type of transmission available that many Americans have never sampled before:  the Dual Dry Clutch Transmission, or DDCT for short.

 

The concept behind the DDCT is to provide the convenience and pure driving ease of a fully automatic transmission with the performance and fuel efficiency of a manual gearbox. You don’t have to compromise to get the best of both worlds — it’s…

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The Dart Story: Dual Dry Clutch Transmission