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The F150 Raptor Fighter: 2015 Ram 1500 Rebel

There are two major production offroad pickup trucks in the market at this moment: the Ford F150 Raptor and the Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro. Those two models usually are sold around MSRP (not easy to negotiate), therefore there is higher profit margin and makes sense for a business case.

Apparently this attracts Dodge too. In the Detroit auto show yesterday, Dodge debuted the offroad version of its Ram 1500 pickup truck – the 2015 Ram 1500 Rebel. You can see our live photos below, the unveil was somewhat interesting, as the Ram 1500 Rebel “emerged” from the wall.

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2015 Dodge Charger Full Product Line Pricing Released

Looks like these days are prime times that auto makers release their new product pricing. Today along with the 2015 Lexus NX, Dodge also announced its pricing for the 2015 Charger.

Below are the list for the whole Charger family:

Dodge Charger SE $27,995
Dodge Charger SE AWD $30,995
Dodge Charger SXT $29,995
Dodge Charger SXT AWD $32,995
Dodge Charger R/T $32,995
Dodge Charger R/T Road & Track $35,995
Dodge Charger R/T Scat Pack $39,995
Dodge Charger SRT 392 $47,385
Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat $63,995

Please note that the $63,995 for the SRT Hellcat trim, also includes a $1,700 gas guzzler tax.


For more details please refer to the below press release.

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2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Fuel Economy Data Released

Today Dodge released the fuel economy number for the 707hp 2015 Challenger SRT Hellcat. Results are:

– Challenger SRT Hellcat with 8-speed automatic transmission: 22/13/16mpg (hwy/city/combined)
– Challenger SRT Hellcat with 7-speed manual transmission: 21/13/16mpg (hwy/city/combined)

2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Supercharged

Next, a bad news for those who want to buy this muscle car: because of the low combined fuel efficiency rating, the Challenger Hellcat will trigger the Federal Gas Guzzler Tax. Based on the 16mpg combined rating (falls in the “>= 15.5mpg, <16.5mpg” bracket), the gas guzzler tax will be $3,700 for the 2015 Challenger SRT Hellcat...

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2015 Dodge Viper MSRP Decreased by $15,000

If you have followed news of the Dodge Viper, you may have already known the latest generation of the sports car does not sell well since its debut.

In fact, Dodge has suspended its production multiple times to keep its days of inventory from growing. But it looks this does not help with the situation too much, so Dodge determined to execute a more aggressive plan now: significantly cut the price of the new car, by a massive $15,000.


For the 2015 model year, the MSRP of the Viper will be what you see for the 2014 model year, MINUS $15,000...

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Supercharged Dodge Viper Will Arrive in 2016

We have reported in August, Dodge is working on a supercharged version of the V10, which will be used in the Viper.

Today news surfaced and indicated that, this upgrade will happened in the 2016 model year. For the 2016 Viper, not only we will see the supercharged V10, but also comes a convertible variant.

We estimate the final output of the 2016 Viper will exceed the 800hp mark.


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