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2017 Dodge Challenger trims

2017 Challenger

The Challenger has brought back the classic muscle car with a modern twist.

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2017 Dodge Charger trims

2017 Charger

The Charger delivers a sport-inspired full-size sedan.

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2017 Dodge Durango trims

2017 Durango

The large Durango crossover SUV offers maximum seating capacity and a long list of upper trim levels and options that truly make it stand out.

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2017 Dodge Grand Caravan trims

2017 Grand Caravan

Dodge’s Grand Caravan is grand indeed, offering a spacious interior that can seat seven and plenty of interior amenities that will certainly please.

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2017 Dodge Journey trims

2017 Journey

Dodge’s entry-level Journey is nicely styled, and fully delivers on safety and technology features while not breaking the bank.

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2017 Dodge Viper trims

2017 Viper

Dodge brings back its iconic Viper, much to the joy of its growing and loyal fan base.

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Dodge's product line continues to perpetuate a consistent attitude of performance for 2017. The diverse trim choices for the Dodge Charger and Challenger have gained an update. Both heritage-invoking models, a new Charger Daytona and Challenger T/A can be equipped with the 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 or the 6.4-liter 392 HEMI engine. For 2017, all HEMI powered versions of the Dodge's large sedan and coupe sister car will feature Active Exhaust. The 707-horsepower performance-topping SRT Hellcat versions of the Charger and Challenger return for 2017 with added distinction through SRT badge coloring. As Fiat Chrysler Automobiles massively promotes the arrival of the all-new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica minivan, the Dodge Grand Caravan has been retained with a streamlined four-trim level selection. On 2017 model year Dodge Journey, Durango and Grand Caravan, a GT trim level makes a debut demonstrating some sporty tailoring. The 2017 model year represents the end of the road for the Dodge Viper. The final production run for the 645-horsepower American-built supercar will be marked by various special edition ACRs (American Club Racer) and a GTC edition each telling a chapter of the Viper's recent history with unique appearance details.