Dodge Is Reviving A Famous Nameplate But Not One You Want

March 17, 2016 0

And we pretty much guarantee it isn’t the one you wanted. Fiat has announced that Dodge‘s Mexico division will soon get its own version of the Tipo sedan. We recently mentioned the Tipo as one of the cars we think would sell well here in the US (as a Fiat). Dodge will be re-badging the car with a nameplate … read more

Dodge to sell Fiat-based Neon in Mexico

March 15, 2016 0

Fiat has confirmed that Dodge‘s Mexican division will get its own version of the new Tipo (pictured). The compact will resurrect the Neon nameplate that was shelved over a decade ago.
The Neon will wear a Dodge-specific front end, but the visual updates will likely be minor and largely limited to a … read more

Dodge Dart Vs. Volkswagen Jetta: Compare Cars

January 31, 2016 0

Both the Volkswagen Jetta and Dodge Dart are both compact four-door sedans that have been around for a few years. The current Jetta dates back to 2011, while the Dart was launched for 2013. Both are remarkably spacious inside for the segment, but neither competes in the mainstream occupied by the Honda … read more

What Do You Think Of The Dodge Viper As A 4-Door Sedan?

November 7, 2015 0

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Before you freak out let us explain. When it comes to crazy automotive renderings grounded in reality there’s Theophilus Chin and everyone else. He has imagined everything from a modern BMW 8 Series to a Mercedes-AMG GT Panamera…thing. Anyway, Chin is back with … read more

Amid sales decline, Dodge boss sees a plan coming together

August 22, 2015 0

With Dodge sales off 16 percent this year in a rising overall market, you might think brand head Tim Kuniskis would be worried. Yet standing in a parking lot with 10,000 fellow gearheads this month, Kuniskis could look around and see a strategy for the brand that is coming together nicely. Fire-belching … read more

7 Fast Cars That Got Slower When They Were Redesigned

July 20, 2015 0

When a car company redesigns its offerings, it usually tries to add improvements: More passenger space, more cargo capacity, more luxury amenities. Customers want those things, but they tend to add weight and complexity, the dual enemies of performance. Sometimes, the automakers are successful, rolling … read more

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