NEW FRONT FASCIA, AGGRESSIVE ATTITUDE // THE 2018 DODGE DURANGO

 

The Dodge Durango has a reputation for making its presence known. Now the 2018 Dodge Durango is upping the ante, approaching the upcoming year with a bold, aggressive front fascia. New for 2018, Durango R/T models will share the same front fascia, performance hood, lower valence and LED fog lamps first seen on the new 2018 Durango SRT® that debuted at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show.  
 

 

That’s not all. Now every Durango powertrain can boast the SRT attitude — from the standard…

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NEW FRONT FASCIA, AGGRESSIVE ATTITUDE // THE 2018 DODGE DURANGO

DODGE AND LEAH PRITCHETT UNLEASH THE DEMON AT NHRA NEW ENGLAND NATIONALS

 

Dodge is kicking off summer by giving speed and power a swift kick … At the NHRA New England Nationals, Leah Pritchett joins Pennzoil to salute the Dodge brand by driving a supercharged 11,000-horsepower Mopar® HEMI® V8-powered Demon.  
 

Pritchett’s Demon will be the quickest modified, non-production car on the planet. At New England, Pritchett, who was involved in initial testing for the Dodge Demon, will drive a dragster with a special “Demon” paint scheme, and her firesuit and the crew shirts will also sport Demon branding. The Top Fueler already…

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DODGE AND LEAH PRITCHETT UNLEASH THE DEMON AT NHRA NEW ENGLAND NATIONALS

4/26 = 426: Happy HEMI® Day!

 

The 426 HEMI® V8 has a reputation for dominance enjoyed by few engines, and the legend continues to grow. Here’s a brief timeline of this iconic engine’s history. 
 

– Originally designed and created as a “race only” engine in 1964, vehicles powered by the 426 HEMI V8 dominate racetracks and drag strips during its first year of competition. 
 

– Stock Car officials ban the 426 HEMI engine for the 1965 race season as protests from the competition mount declaring the dominant V8 is not a regular production engine in passenger cars. 
 

– Chrysler introduces…

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4/26 = 426: Happy HEMI® Day!