With rising fuel prices and the need for sustainable and environmentally friendly alternatives, carmakers are investing heavily in hybrid technology and electric vehicles (EVs). In July last year, Stellantis revealed that 40% of its vehicles sold in North America will be electric by 2030, including Jeep SUVs, Ram pickups, and Dodge muscle cars. Jeep and Ram have already announced their hybridization and EV plans, and now Dodge is the latest automaker to jump on the electrification bandwagon. However, Dodge’s entry into the hybrid and EV space raises questions about the future of two of its most iconic models – the Dodge Challenger and Charger. Will Dodge discontinue them? Keep reading this blog from Stony Plain Chrysler in Stony Plain, AB, to find out.Read the rest of this entry
Category Archives: Dodge Charger
What is the new anti-theft feature for the Dodge Challenger and Charger?
Dodge Announces New Safety Security Feature to Prevent Theft for Dodge Challenger and Charger Owners
Here at Stony Plain CDJR in Stony Plain, AB, we want to make sure that Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram owners enjoy their vehicles. And we certainly don’t want you to have to worry about whether your vehicle is going to be stolen. Luckily, Dodge has recently announced a new security feature to help prevent theft.
The new anti-theft feature for the Dodge Challenger and Charger is a free security update. Learn more about it below.Read the rest of this entry
2021 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye Top Speed/Acceleration Times
Do you want to get behind the wheel a stylish and powerful muscle car that delivers a very high level of driving enjoyment? You’ll be very impressed with the 2021 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye, with its Widebody exterior, integrated fender flares, an SRT-tuned Bilstein three-mode Adaptive Damping Competition suspension, Pirelli P-Zero performance tires, stylish side stills, and a potent 797-hp supercharged HEMI® high-output engine. The Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye is also very fast, with a top speed of 203 mph (327 kph), a 0 – 60 mph (96.6 kph) acceleration time of 3.6 seconds, and a quarter-mile (0.4 km) time of 10.6 seconds.Read the rest of this entry