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The Dodge Durango SRT is the hot-rod of three-row SUVs.
No car better lets you relive the muscle-car dream today than the 2020 Dodge Challenger -- and this version is the one to get.
Though not a trackday special to rival the likes of the Camaro ZL1, the new Hellcat Widebody finally has enough grip to manage all that power. Almost enough, anyway.
The 840-hp Demon is the fastest quarter-mile car ever, and we've finally taken it to the strip.
The new Dodge Durango SRT will hit 60 mph in 4.4 seconds with the help of a 6.4-liter Hemi V8 engine.
Solid front and rear locking axles plus a disconnecting front sway bar PLUS a 12,000-pound standard winch make the Power Wagon the king of the rocks.
AWD, V6 power and a firmer suspension turns the Challenger GT into the most practical muscle car you can buy, but it's still fun!
The 6.2-liter supercharged V8 pushes the Hellcat to a top speed of 204 mph.
Starting at $37,995, the 2016 Challenger R/T Scat Pack provides an excellent value for muscle-car enthusiasts.
The 2015 Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack and its sibling variants maintain Dodge's muscle-car legacy through historical reference and raw power, yet contain enough tech features for modern practicality, if not good fuel economy.
The midtier 2015 Dodge Charger R/T Road & Track is the Goldilocks of the available trim levels, blending a unique driving experience with excellent tech, comfort and value.
The most powerful muscle car ever boasts immense power but also comfort and control that makes it accessible to mere mortals.
The 2015 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack links the thrills of a classic muscle car with the tech and amenities of today.
Although not particularly economical, in styling and connected tech the 2014 Dodge Durango shows what the future holds for SUVs.
It may look and ride like a brute, but the 2013 Ram 3500 Laramie Longhorn offers luxurious appointments and loads of good dashboard tech for the 21st-century cowboy.
Dodge gives the 2013 Dart an excellent cabin tech suite, impressive for a compact car, but uneven acceleration makes the 1.4-liter engine upgrade a questionable choice.
Just a few months after launching its first family sedan, Suzuki has added a new top-of-the-range model to the list that boasts a dash of extra equipment and a four-wheel drive system.