44 Articles
Official

The 2016 Dodge Charger and Challenger can't hide when buyers spec them in newly available Go Mango orange exteriors. The bright shade looks fantastic on the muscle cars.

Official

Dodge is offering a new stripe package on the Hellcat versions of both the Charger and Challenger. Also, Plum Crazy will be available for another month.

Official

Help us, Hellcat – you're our only hope. Ahead of the premier of The Force Awakens, Dodge is touring LA in these Star Wars-themed muscle cars. And you can track their movements in real time via social media.

Official

The Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving is switching its entire fleet over to Dodges and giving SRT owners lessons on how to get the most out of their high-performance vehicles.

Report

Prepare To Pay An Extra $4,200 For Challenger, $3,650 For Charger

SRT models of the 2016 Challenger and Charger are getting higher prices, including a $4,200 increase on the Challenger Hellcat. That's offset somewhat by new standard equipment, though.

Official

For the 2016 model year, Dodge is more than doubling production of the Dodge Challenger and Charger SRT Hellcats. Both models also receive slight interior improvements, too.

Report

FCA is increasing production of its raucous, 707-horsepower Hellcat engine, right as fuel prices sit at some of the lowest levels of this decade.

Report

Cars.com took a Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat to the drag strip and hustled the supercharged sedan down the quarter mile in 11.03 seconds. The car was completely stock, with nothing more than tweaked tire pressure, electronic aids, and other variables to reach that impressive time.

Video

We test out the 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat in this Daily Driver. What are 707 supercharged horses like to ride in everyday life? We have the answer.

Video

Someone at Dodge apparently thought it would be a good idea to give the boys on Roadkill a trio of brand new muscle cars. It probably wasn't, but we're glad they did. Because this video is what ensued.

Video

Dodge shows that its 707-horsepower, 6.2-liter supercharged V8-powered Charger SRT Hellcat really can reach its 204-mph top speed.

Featured

Challengers, Chargers, Vipers, And America

Senior Editor Steven Ewing takes to the American southwest in a Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat, Challenger SRT Hellcat, and Viper GTS to see what makes these cars so great. It's an epic, 1,600-mile journey from Dallas, TX to Las Vegas, NV. Come along for the ride.

Official

Ward's Auto has named its 10 Best Engines for 2015, covering a range of powerplants from fuel-sippers to fire-breathers.

Dodge dropped a 707-horsepower bomb on us this year, by way of the supercharged, 6.2-liter Hellcat V8 engine found under the hood of the 2015 Challenger coupe and Charger sedan. That's an absolute ton of power, and no matter how well-heeled a driver you may be, these Hellcat models demand respect in order to be tamed. But don't worry, Dodge has your back. Enter, the SRT Performance Pages.

Report

Chrysler's 6.2-liter supercharged Hellcat V8 was an absolute sensation from the very moment it was announced, and honestly, how could it not have been? Packing 707 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque, its numbers immediately put every other production muscle car (and many supercars) to shame. Plus, we soon learned that would be wrapped in a package retailing for around $60,000 – a pittance compared to other vehicles offering similar grunt. However, the Hellcat almost never got the chan

Official

Ladies and gentlemen, let's get the most salient bit of information out of the way right off the bat: $63,995*. That's the amount of money Dodge dealers will be asking for (at the very least, naturally) for a 2015 Charger Hellcat (*plus $995 for destination on all pricing figures). That rather reasonable sum will bring home its buyer a 6.2-liter Hemi V8 engine boasting a supercharger to post such gaudy figures as 707 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque, leading to a top speed of 204 miles pe

Report

The Dodge boys and their cousins from SRT have shoehorned the same 707-horsepower, 6.2-liter supercharged V8 into both the Dodge Challenger and Charger. The former being a two-door, it's lighter than the latter four-door sedan. So it would stand to reason that the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat would be the quicker of the two, right?