Posts Tagged: Dodge
Hellcat chief engineer a Canadian woman who oversees all Brampton products
6.4L, 475 hp, seats seven
Decisiveness is attractive in a thief
Is your vehicle popular with the wrong crowd?
Old name, fast results
Says tariffs would ruin Windsor
Expands on previous Takata campaign
The 20 best-sellers of the year
Dodge first to bring AWD to an American muscle car
Fuel leaks and inoperable wipers, oh my
Chrysler 300 may get the axe in 2021
Snap, crackle, pop.
Dealers will install alternate alternators
The Fault could cause the airbags and belt pretensioners to not deploy
Challenger, Grand Cherokee, 300, Magnum and Charger SRT8 models offered rocket-thruster performance at a bargain price
Dart production to end in September, Jeep Compass and Patriot to follow in December
American Muscle, Canadian-Made.
Welcome to the new age of muscle cars
Might as well go out with a bang. Or at least a bunch of special editions
Broken pump would render car undriveable
Expect the new Charger to be lighter, but at least five years away
Recall addresses increased risk of injury in a crash
Subaru will replace the faulty steering components
Best of the few remaining purist’s choice RWD cars.
Psst… The answer is “Hellcat”.
Takata recall set to expand by millions of vehicles
Shiftless Chryslers under recall in U.S.; Canadian recall expected shortly
Check out our list of sensible and practical performance models from the used market, ready for year-round use.
A look at the highlights and lowlights of tailpipes at the NYIAS
So good they can’t ignore you.
Toyota recalls more models to replace Takata airbags
B5 Blue Devil Wipes the Floor with O.G. Muscle.
The best automotive shootouts of all time.
NHTSA investigating automatic shifters in Grand Cherokee, Charger and 300 models.
Soo Greyhounds’ Zach Senyshyn comes from a Dodge family and hopes to continue the tradition with a Challenger V8 of his own someday.
Few surprises in 2015 Canadian vehicle searches… except for one region.
A closer look at how a small team in a Detroit neighbourhood builds one of the world’s most potent supercars.
Your favourites and ours from our eclectic selection of Finds of the Week.
We highlight some popular used seven and eight-seat family haulers ready for holiday fun.
Watch the Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep and Ram Star Wars ads here.
Justin revisits his car-guy roots at the factory that built his car.
The craziest doors the car world has ever seen.
Winter wagon season is coming.
If you want to express yourself in Alberta, a big, custom truck is one of the accepted methods. The love for massive 4x4s is not unique to the Alberta, but you can safely consider Edmonton the Canadian capital of the lifted truck. I find myself at Edmonton’s Crosstown Auto Centre, Chrysler Canada’s top retail dealer…
Boom, bust, or fade.
Platform sharing used to be a dirty secret in the automotive world, with car companies going to great lengths to conceal the obvious begging, borrowing, and stealing that went on when one of more models were built from the same parts bin. Nowadays it’s the backbone of the entire industry as automakers strive to keep…
A look at a list of hot rides for drivers with two feet.
New vehicles built in Canada currently account for around 17 per cent of the new vehicles sold in Canada. With the automobile manufacturing industry struggling to create a positive outlook and weakened by the dollar, we decided to take a look at the assembly location of the vehicle you’re driving today. A sampling of current…
The best infotainment tech going around.
A look at some concept cars that could have turned the fortunes of several major automotive brands.
When Dodge made headlines with the announcement of an upcoming trim over the SRT models, I never expected this. First the Challenger, and the Charger received the Hellcat treatment, and when I saw the numbers, I knew I would have to get in one. First we sent Brendan to check out the Challenger lineup, including…
Business up front, party in the back.
A look at scoops, ducts, spats, and the world of go-fast aerodynamics with two fellas from SRT
It’s been nearly 20 years since Maximillion Cooper and a small group of wealthy, yet somewhat unhinged friends organized their first rally that saw a pack of supercars and celebrities party their way from England to Italy. In the interim, the Gumball 3000 Rally has become a rare example of corporate-sponsored debauchery, with routes and…
A look at some favourite rides, features and accessories for this summer’s camping trips.
Sun-chasing fun on a budget.
So far, the previews for Mad Max: Fury Road make the film look as though it could very well be one giant car chase, with a line of dialogue or two thrown in here and there, and the occasional post-apocalyptic mutant making an appearance. To which we say: So? What’s wrong with that? We love…
The last few years have been kind to Mexico’s automobile manufacturing industry: the number of vehicles built there nearly doubled between the year 2000 to 2014, bumping Mexico’s share of North American vehicle production from a tick below 11 to nearly 20 percent. What’s good for Mexico is less positive for Canada: the Mexican manufacturing…