The iconic Dodge flagship. It’s a full-size sedan with the style, attitude and HEMI® power of a muscle car.

1964 Dodge HEMI® Charger

Hemi Charger

 

The first Dodge to wear the famous Charger nameplate was this one-of-one show car constructed in 1964. It bears little resemblance to the first production Charger introduced in 1966, or to any of the famous Chargers that followed, for that matter. But the car does have an interesting history in its own right.

 

Built to showcase the new 426 HEMI® race engine at hot rod shows around the country, the Charger was based on a production ’63 Polara chassis and body. The body was cut in half, radically shortened, and then…

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1964 Dodge HEMI® Charger

Dodge Charger AWD

Winter is on its way. Are you shopping for an AWD (all-wheel-drive) sedan? The Dodge Charger offers the most advanced AWD system in its category.

 

Available with either the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine with 18/27 mpg fuel economy – best in class AWD V6 highway fuel economy, or the 5.7-liter HEMI® V8 engine with 370 horsepower and Fuel Saver Technology. The Charger AWD package also features an active transfer case and class-exclusive front axle disconnect—the most technologically advanced AWD system in its class.

 

Sensing road conditions, Dodge Charger’s AWD system smoothly and seamlessly…

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Dodge Charger AWD

Dodge and Keselowski Win Again in Dover

 

Brad Keselowski used sharp fuel mileage strategy to win the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway. The Penske Racing driver led only twice for 14 of the 400 laps in his Dodge Charger, but now he has two victories in the first three races of the final 10-race Chase for the Sprint Cup—and he leads the points standings over perennial favorite Jimmie Johnson.

 

Kyle Busch was dominant for much of the day, leading 302 laps, but was forced to pit for fuel late in…

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Dodge and Keselowski Win Again in Dover