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From The Archives: Coronet Answers The Call

Prior to the late 1950’s, police departments across the country were purchasing stock Chrysler vehicles straight from dealer lots and personally outfitting them for police duty. Recognizing the growing demand for a vehicle tailored exclusively to the needs of law enforcement, in 1956 Dodge released the Coronet police package, the first Dodge purposely built for police work. Unlike the Coronet readily available to consumers, the Coronet police car featured a heavy duty suspension, more powerful brakes, and a pursuit-ready…

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From The Archives: Coronet Answers The Call

Who Says Chargers Aren’t for Women?

I’m Gone is a call out to the confident Charger-driving women out there who know how to burn rubber. It turns the classic break-up cliché on its head, giving a nod to the ladies for once. It’s a nod to the mystery and power of a strong woman– mysterious, cool, in-control and not willing to settle.

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Who Says Chargers Aren’t for Women?

What’s Your Favorite New Dodge Spot?

It’s a tough pick, we know. We all have our own favorites among the new crop of Dodge commercials, which began rolling out in December and are continuing up to the Super Bowl. But now we want to know which one of the new ads YOU like best. You can watch them all after the jump, then vote for your favorite spot in the poll over to the right! (And please don’t be biased for the one that we put at the top —…

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What’s Your Favorite New Dodge Spot?