I feel like, at some point in everyone’s life, we’ve known people like this. People who seem to find truth and lies exist indistinguishable spectrum of ideas. People for whom lying isn’t just easy but simply part of the process of speaking. People like this proud man, owner of a 610 horsepower Challenger with some…
The Dodge Challenger is a no-holds-barred burnout machine. What do you need to know before you buy a Dodge Challenger? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
Ever wonder what ventriloquist Jeff Dunham drives? Of course you have — you're human. Like most of us, I'm sure you assumed that he drives a filthy Ford Aspire with a home-made wooden rear extension that's packed with ventriloquist dummies, puppets, and empty bottles of cheap gin. That's not the case at all!
Some days are good, some days are bad, and some days you hang out with a MOPAR-obsessed WWE champ in a monsoon. But there was one thing left to do. Here ya go.
I really can't overstate the torrential downpour engulfing Portland International Raceway right now. Even Noah would grab a hammer and head to the lumber yard. Goldberg rode shotgun with a hotshoe for the first outing, because he's smart. I'm not. Which is why I'm sliding sideways through the first corner at a…
Yes, yes. Seven-hundred-seven horsepower, 650 lb-ft of torque. It's all very impressive. But just as impressive is how that power gets to the rear wheels. Goldberg and I drove the manual version out to the track, and the six-speed felt oddly familiar. There's a reason for that.
Goldberg is hands-down the most pleasant, laid back, former wrestler I've ever met. He's also the first, and I'm not just saying that because he threatened to drop napalm on my home if I wasn't nice. He also likes power slides and hates traction control. And the weather isn't just cooperating, it's an enabler.
November 19, 2013 , Auburn Hills, Mich. - When John and Horace Dodge developed America's first mass-produced all-steel-bodied cars in 1914, the brothers set a new record for the most first-model-year automobiles ever produced (45,033 cars).
While its big brother the Charger has always been at home in Nascar country, the Challenger lives out west. Would you take one on the ultimate Western road trip?
It's not impossible to talk your way out of a traffic ticket. But as we see in this great vintage ad, driving an old-school Dodge Challenger R/T definitely won't help you make your case.
Pac-Man is a Dodge Challenger. The ghosts are two Plymouth Barracudas, a '59 Caddy, a Porsche GT3 Cup, and a '70 Chevelle. The whole thing is shot in stop motion. It's awesome.
Chrysler is reviving its classic Super Bee and Yellow Jacket monickers at next week's LA Auto Show. Based on the Charger SRT8 and Challenger SRT8 respectively, both cars get a fresh coat of "P***y Magnet" yellow paint, and a slew of badges and similarly-colored interior bits n' pieces.
An interesting thing about driving all the SRT behemoths together is that you can tell which one's the least, er, behemothy. The 2012 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392's wheelbase is four inches shorter than the Charger's and 300C's, which translates — using the butt-o-meter — into quicker rotations. Indeed, the Challenger…
Considering the possible alternatives, we'd just as soon autocross a 19th century lake schooner as a Challenger 392. And yet, considering how spry this thing looks in the cones, maybe we've been a bit hasty. Add this to the to-do list.
Even the great Mopar muscle cars were not immune to the effects of increased emission devices and rising fuel costs in. This 1973 Dodge Challenger Rallye was, like so many vehicles of this vintage, a significantly less powerful version of the famous muscle car produced a few years earlier.
The accident above happens so quickly it's not entirely fair to blame the driver for taking his eyes off the road to nod to the camera-wielding passenger in the other lane, but one should always stare into the mirrors when you stop to make sure everyone else is stopping. (Hat tip to Jay!)
Dodge again dips into the past and pulls out a classic color for the Challenger R/T. Mopar fanatics will recognize "Green With Envy" from 1969 Chargers and Superbees. It was a limited color then, and it is now. Act fast.