The classic American muscle car. 470 HP, intense handling and a lean, low profile make this the car for people who love cars.

Dodge Challenger Through the Years: 2008 to present

 

After a 22-year hiatus, the Dodge Challenger roared back onto the American car scene in January 2006 at the North American International Auto Show.  The Challenger Concept was the smash hit of the show in Detroit that year, winning both the Peoples’ Choice and Best of Show awards.

 

In response to the tremendous demand from consumers, including 40,000 hand-raisers who answered a web survey, the Challenger was quickly green-lighted for production.  While Michael Castiglione of Chrysler’s Pacifica Studio had designed the original…

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Dodge Challenger Through the Years: 2008 to present

It’s Never Been Easier to Test Drive a New Dodge

 

Dodge and your neighborhood Dodge dealers have teamed up to make test-driving a new Dodge as simple and hassle-free as it can be.

 

Simply go to this Dodge Schedule a Test Drive Page and type in your info, including the date and time for a drive that works best for you.  There’s also a place to enter the model, equipment, and colors that interest you. You’ll be shown a list of the closest Dodge dealers in your…

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It’s Never Been Easier to Test Drive a New Dodge

Dodge Challenger Through the Years: 1978 to 1984

 

Discontinued in 1974, the Challenger name returned to the Dodge lineup for 1978 in a completely new form—as a compact import coupe manufactured by Mitsubishi in Japan.  With slight variations in trim and options, the same package was branded by Mitsubishi as the Galant Lambda, by Plymouth as the Sapporo, and by Chrysler Australia as the popular Sigma.

 

With no V8 available, this Challenger was marketed not as a muscle car but as a compact personal luxury vehicle.  Two four-cylinder engines, a…

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Dodge Challenger Through the Years: 1978 to 1984