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Next Dodge Challenger, Charger To Use Maserati Platform

It's challenging to keep up with Fiat-Chrysler's future product plans. The latest change of course appears to be with the replacement Dodge Challenger and Charger--the "LX" cars, which are reportedly going to use the Maserati Ghibli. Automotive News future product report is the first to report the plans of spawning new Dodges from the Maserati platform in 2021. Until this…

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Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Begins Production

Dodge's 840 horsepower Challenger SRT Demon has officially started production. In fact, the first car destined to end up in the hands of a lucky consumer has already finished final assembly. Despite production of the car commencing, deliveries to customers are still a few weeks off. Motor Authority has confirmed with Fiat-Chrysler representatives that the Demons will be held at…

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2017 Dodge Challenger, Charger Hellcats Recalled

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is recalling some 2017 Dodge Challenger and Charger Hellcat models of substantial oil-line failure in its 707 horsepower engine. The recall has been announced after the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) notified FCA of the situation. According to the recall, the rubber utilized to make the engine oil cooler line does not meet FCA's standards.…

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Will Dodge Offer A Post-Demon Angel?

The folks over at Fiat Chrysler Authority have uncovered an interesting trademark filing. According to their findings FCA has trademarked the name ANGEL for vehicle use. Full disclosure: trademark filings often mean nothing and are never used, but this one is fun to speculate given the Hellcat and Demon monikers are already used. The theory here is that perhaps the…

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Dodge Dealers Dodging Demon Markup Rules

We've simply never seen a car quite like the 840 horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. Not only is the car a mechanical monster, it has also come to market with an incentive for dealerships to not markup the sticker price of the beast. Automotive News reports dealers are finding ways to dodge the pricing rules, though. According to the report,…

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FCA Shutting Down Conner Assembly In Detroit

Fiat Chrysler has officially announced the permanent closure of its Conner Assembly plant on August 31st, according to Automotive News. The closure comes as no surprise as the plant has been producing the Dodge Viper for the last 25 years. The final death of the Viper has been discussed for well over a year now. Sadly, the two-seater is unable…

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Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Owners Must Sign Lengthy Waiver

Perhaps it comes as little surprise, but buyers of the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon have to jump through a few extra hoops to order their monstrous car. In addition to pricing rules that prioritize orders, Fiat Chrysler is also making buyers sign a lengthy "customer acknowledgement" document; basically a waiver of their legal liabilities associated with the beastly nature…

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Dodge To Dealers: Don't Be Demons On SRT Demon Price

The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is a recipe for dealership to price gouge. It's low volume production and market anticipation are likely taunting many dealerships to jack the MSRP, but Fiat Chrysler has a plan to assist curbing such anticipation as orders start coming in tomorrow. The company has made some modifications to its typical vehicle order process for…

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2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Starts At $86,090

Dodge rocked New York back in April with the reveal of the 2018 Challenger SRT Demon. The tailored-for-drag-duty car is among the most powerful factory cars every produced and is basically on a completely different level than the other SRT models. Actually, it's on a different level than anything else on the market, with a reasonable starting price of $86,090.…

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