Buyer's Guide

Dodge

Dodge's storied muscle-car past is a big part of how the brand defines itself today, with flagship performance cars that include the 707-horsepower, Hellcat-powered Challenger and Charger. Dodge also offers the spacious and competitive Durango SUV and the midsize Journey crossover.

Least Expensive: Until it's discontinued, the Dodge Dart is the least expensive car the brand currently offers, with a base price well below $20,000.

Sportiest: When Dodge set out to design a track monster, the company looked to its success in sports car racing. With the help from its race team, Dodge and SRT created the Viper ACR, a barely-legal street-legal racecar with an 8.3-liter V-10. Now discontinued, Dodge's limited-edition Vipers for its last model year sold out soon after they were announced.

Popular: The Journey crossover has been around for many years, but still sells well. The Charger and Challenger are fan favorites, as each use muscle car nostalgia to entice buyers. The craziest variant of each is the Hellcat trim, a 707-horsepower supercharged Hemi V-8 perfect for destroying tires.

Most Expensive: With the Viper discontinued, Hellcat variants of the Charger and Challenger can hit $70,000 with options.

Utility/Offroad
$30445
26 / Hwy 19 / City
Overview The 2019 Dodge Durango gets new options like a 19-speaker Harman Kardon audio system and Sepia leath...
$23245
25 / Hwy 19 / City
Overview The 2018 Dodge Journey lineup has been reduced to four trims and gets three-row seating as standard ...
Sports
$28095
30 / Hwy 19 / City
Overview Two new high-performance models join the 2019 Dodge Challenger lineup, the 797-hp Hellcat Redeye and...
Minivan/Van
$27040
18 / Hwy 12 / City
Midsize/Fullsize
$29470
30 / Hwy 19 / City
Overview Dodge adds the SXT Plus and GT Plus trims to the Charger lineup, and GT trims now come standard with...

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