Tag Archives: Dodge

Dodge Viper ACR prepares for Nürburgring lap record assault

The Dodge Viper is weeks away from ceasing production for good, and fans are determined to see it go out with a bang. That's why 378 of them banded together to provide funds for one final assault on the Nürburgring. The funds were required to ship two 2017 Dodge Viper ACRs to the German...

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Learn how dealers use eBay as loophole for Dodge Demon markups

If there's a will, there's a way, we suppose. Dealerships have found a way around Dodge's price-gouging prevention plan for the 2018 Challenger Demon and it still ensures cars are sold without enormous markups: auctions. No, dealers aren't auctioning off the cars themselves, but they're using eBay...

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Dodge Durango SRT first drive review: Challenger’s attitude

A Dodge Durango might be one of the last vehicles you'd want to drive on an angry lap of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway's in-field road course. It's a 3-row crossover SUV, designed for school runs rather than running down the front straight. And yet, I'm doing just that, thundering (the wrong way)...

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VLF has ample supply of Dodge Vipers for Force 1 conversion

Despite production of the Dodge Viper coming to an end on August 31, VLF Automotive has an ample supply of the cars for converting into the Force 1 V10. The American coachbuilder first showed the Viper-based Force 1 V10 coupe at the 2016 Detroit auto show. The company followed up with the Force 1...

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It’s over: the Dodge Viper dies forever on August 31

The end is nigh for an American sports car icon: the Dodge Viper will officially exit production on August 31, 2017, and the Connor assembly plant where all Vipers have been built will be closed for good. Previously, designer Ralph Gilles let the date slip during a speech at the 2017 Chicago Auto...

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