Founded in 1900 by brothers Horace and John Dodge to supply parts for the growing number of Michigan area car companies, the Dodge brand has deep roots in the American auto industry. Now a subsidiary of the Chrysler Group LLC (which is, in turn, owned by Italian auto giant Fiat), Dodge retains its Detroit address; however, the once-humble parts supplier has grown to become an esteemed automaker with a worldwide presence. Known for its line of full-size trucks, vans and SUVs, Dodge has also made inroads to the small car market in recent years, and now boasts a well-rounded fleet of vehicles that range from rugged 4x4s to hip, city-friendly hatchbacks to the cult classic Viper. 

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2017 Dodge Viper

This model is the last of the handcrafted sports car. 

2017 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat

A legendary American sports car with a supercharged engine.

2015 Dodge Journey

All-wheel-drive Crossover.

2015 Dodge Dart GT

Where Sport Meets Style. Compact 4-Door Sporty Sedan.

2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat

The sound and the fury with this V8-powered 4-door muscle car.

2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat

Tire Smoke and Brimstone. 707-horsepower supercharged beast of a Coupe.

2014 Dodge Durango R/T RWD

The Hemi Hauler. A large, V8 powered SUV.

2014 Dodge Challenger SRT

470 Nostalgic Horses. A powerful muscle car in the 1960s tradition.