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The Dodge Challenger was first released in 2008 as the “new” muscle car for Dodge. The sleek car, powered with a Hemi engine, was quickly a best seller, and demand continued to rise for the car each and every month. Now, 10 years after its release and with only one “upgrade” to its credit, the Dodge Challenger remains one of the hottest selling muscle cars on the market today.

Muscle cars are changed every few years to keep the interest of buyers, Mustang, Camaro and even Corvettes release new body styles and major changes every few years to spark interest for buyers and entice current owners to upgrade to the newer model. On averag,e these cars see major changes take place every three or four years.

The Challenger, however, has only had one upgrade in 2015, seven years after its initial release. The upgrade fine-tuned all the amenities that Challenger already offered and really didn’t change the body style. Yet it was a success. Challenger sales increased that year as well and have continued to outpace other muscle cars on the market. No matter what type of Dodge Challenger you want, you can take one for a test drive at Las Vegas Dodge.

So why is the Dodge Challenger outperforming other muscle cars in sales? There are three really good reasons.

Raw Hemi Power

The Dodge Challenger offers four different V8 engines. Two of these engines offer more horsepower than any other muscle car on the market. The Challenger gives buyers a choice of the Hemi Demon 840 horsepower engine, the Hellcat 707 horsepower engine, as well as the Hemi 485 and 375 horsepower engines. For those who do not want the raw power of a V8, Challenger also offers a V6 model.

In comparison, the Mustang offers two V8 engines at 526 and 450 horsepower. Chevy also only offers two V8 engines that are 455 and 650 horsepower.

The Hemi engine has the ability to draw people that are seeking very powerful engines, those who are not loyal to any specific brand and those who are loyal only to Hemi. The engine is perhaps the top reason for the success of Challenger.

Trim Options

It is not unusual for a car to offer 10 or 11 variations to encourage more people to become interested in their product. The Mustang, for example currently offers 6 coupe and 4 convertible variations and Camaro offers 6 coupe and 5 convertible variations. The Dodge Challenger, however, offers 16 variations of its coupe style. The Challenger does not offer a convertible version.

While this may seem like a ridiculous amount of variations, Dodge has mastered being able to attract a larger variety of buyers by literally making something available for everyone. Buyers can go in and really buy the car of their dreams without having to settle for more or less than what they really wanted. This availability of choice is a real attraction to many buyers.

The 2015 Upgrade Was A Success

When Dodge refreshed the Challenger in 2015, the upgrades they made were fabulous. Not only did they add two more types of engines to the choice package, but they also improved the appearance of the car by adding LED taillights, projection headlights, while retaining the lines that gave the body its distinct appearance.

The upgrade also improved the comfort level within the car while still having a very muscle car appearance. Buyers absolutely loved the upgrades and sales have continued to improve since the upgrades and have not stopped since.


If you are looking for a powerful, stylish, spacious, versatile, affordably-priced vehicle, check out the Dodge Durango SRT. This aggressively styled, six seat SUV offers everything you need and more. Powered by a 475 horsepower Hemi V-8, 6.4 liter engine, this vehicle looks great, handles well, has all the latest infotainment technology and safety features you need. It also has that throaty roar and many other useful attributes you want. Plus, it goes from zero to 60 in a skimpy 4.7 seconds and flies through the quarter miles in just 13.3 seconds hitting speeds of 104 miles per hour in a flash.

You are sure to love the way the Dodge Durango SRT performs. It suspension has stiffer springs in the front and rear, a stiffer rear anti-roll bar as well as adaptive Bilstein shock absorbers. Add a wide-mouth grille, heat-shedding hood with that famous scoop, rear-facing nostrils and dual exhaust outlets and you have a beautiful beat under your control. Built on a 119.8-inch wheelbase, this SUV handles well. Turn-ins are crisp and precise, the steering clearly communicates budding understeer and it is fast and stable when you hit the accelerator. Plus, it practically stops on a dime with its Brembo brake hardware.

Inside, the Dodge Durango SRT is equally impressive. It’s spacious and comfortable and has high-bolstered front seats and leather and microsuede upholstery throughout as standard equipment. Adults can easily fit into the third row seats and there’s 48 cubic feet of storage space. It boasts an 8.4-inch Uconnect infotainment screen with an array of Performance Pages with all the information you need. Handy gauges lets you display the info as a scrolling ribbon or in analog format. The infotainment screen also manages the rpm launch-control system. While it’s one thing to read abotu the infotainment system, you must see it in action at Chapman Las Vegas Dodge so you can fully appreciate it.

The Dodge Durango SRT also comes with several specialty packages. Add the SRT Interior Appearance Package and you get a Durango first, stitched leather-look dashboard cover. Plus, carbon-fiber trim, microsuede headliner and painted accents. Opt for the Towing Package and the Durango SRT becomes the only large, three-row SUV with a class-leading 8,700-pound tow rating. And Dodge even adds a spare tire.
With 8 driving modes including Eco, Track, Sport, Snow, Tow and Valet, the Dodge Durango SRT can have multiple personalities without a disorder. The SUV even lets you customize your mix of steering, suspension, all-wheel-drive, transmission and stability control preferences by choosing Custom mode. Choose Sport mode and the system makes the suspension damping firmer. In Track mode, up to 70% of the torque is directed by the all-wheel-drive system to the rear axle. Engage Tow mode and not only is the torque split evenly, the active noise cancellation system is activated.
The 2018 Dodge Durango SRT offers owners a winning combination of three-row seating, incredible performance, roominess, a powerful engine and muscle car machismo appearance. Fully-equipped it costs $71,270, but at that price no other SUV even comes close to delivering the level of performance the Dodge Durango SRT offers. This is an SUV bred on the racetrack.


If you’re looking for a big, user-friendly automobile that’s perfect for any lifestyle, then check out the 2018 Dodge Durango. This three-row SUV is a giant when it comes to performance, versatility and affordability. With a starting price of $29,995, this four-star rated vehicle delivers a smooth, powerful ride, lots of helpful technology and the towing capacity to pull all your toys and equipment. Plus, this muscular, roomy, tech-savvy vehicle is ideal for taking the family shopping for groceries, transporting sports or musical equipment to practice or heading down the highway for a holiday adventure.

Visually, the 2018 Dodge Durango’s bold, solid, muscular design blows all other three-row SUVs away and gives its occupants the confidence of knowing they can handle anything they encounter in the city on the road. Plus, with all the headroom and legroom in its third row, it can comfortably seat 7 passengers. Add the Brass Monkey appearance package with its burnished bronze 20-inch aluminum wheels and gloss black grille, or any of the other packages Dodge offers, and you can add more visual flair to this friendly giant. You can add your own flair and get the Durango you want at Chapman Las Vegas Dodge.

While the 2018 Dodge Durango isn’t a luxury automobile, its leather-wrapped steering wheel and heated front and middle row seats gives it a comfortable, up-scale look and feel. Adjust the seats and you have 84.5 cubic feet of cargo space. And whether you choose the 3.6 liter 295 horsepower V6 engine with its 260 pound-feet of torque or the V8 360 or 475 horsepower engine mated with the 8-speed automatic transmission, the new Durango delivers a smooth, quiet powerful ride. Plus, the 2018 Dodge Durango comes with paddle shifters and your choice of All-Wheel or Rear-Wheel Drive.

When it comes to towing capability the Durango outmuscles other three-row SUVs. The standard model can tow over 6,200 pounds, while the Durango SRT can handle 8,700 pounds with ease.

The 2018 Dodge Durango has an excellent UConnect system with either a 7-inch or an 8.4 inch touchscreen, voice activation, an impressive navigation system and easy-to-use steering wheel controls. Add the optional in-car entertainment system that’s Blu-Ray compatible and you get screens that fold down behind the headrest and wireless headphones that let the occupants in the back watch and listen without disturbing the people up front.

There’s an optional Beats Audio system powered by a 506 watt amplifier, an AUX port and 2 USB ports. On most Durango models Bluetooth is standard, along with a year of satellite radio for free. The 2018 Dodge Durango’s other technology and safety features include Parksense rear park assistant, a standard backup camera, traction control, electronic stability control, keyless entry, remote start and hill start assist. Plus, it gets 18 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway.

The thoroughly modern 2018 Dodge Durango offers the power and performance that’s the Dodge bran’s heritage, along with room for all your stuff and the latest technology and safety features and delivers a ride the entire family will find smooth and enjoyable.


Dodge Challenger is making their Shaker cars even more outstanding. The company is now adding new Shakedown package stripes. Dodge turned a lot of heads in 2016 when the company decided to bring one of their custom 1971 Dodge Challengers and display it at the SEMA show that’s called the Shakedown. The vehicle the company brought seamlessly combined the classic Challenger body with parts from the modern Challenger. The combination was such a huge success, Dodge was inspired to give buyers the opportunity to get one that looks just like it. And, if you want to get your own Dodge Challenger, you can head down to Chapman Las Vegas Dodge and see one for yourself.

The Dodge Challenger at the SEMA show had a shaker hood scoop as well as a group of stripes on one side. The size of the stripes gradually decreased and gave the vehicle a feeling of movement and vibration. That unique design clearly got a good reception from Dodge Challenger fans. So much so that Dodge has decided to produce a set of stripes similar to the ones it used of the show car and offer it on their modern Shaker Challengers. The stripes are now available as part of a package that bears the Shakedown name.

Dodge is now making this new Shakedown package available for 2018. However, it will only be available on the Dodge Challengers that come with what’s called the shaker hood scoop. The vehicles included in this group are the Dodge R/T Shaker, as well as the R/T Plus Shaker and the 392 Scat Pack Shaker. And just like they were on the concept vehicle, all of the new stripes are on only one side of the car and they wrap around the Challenger’s iconic hood scoop. One difference between the concept car and the production model is that all the stripes are one color. On the ’71 custom car, one of the stripes was red.

Along with adding the stripes as part of the Shakedown package, the Challengers will also feature white-face gauges as well as an Alpine audio system that features significant upgrades. The Alpine audio system on the new models of the R/T and the R/T Plus comes with a 275-watt amplifier in combination with six speakers. On the new Scat Pack, there’s a booming 506-watt amplifier and nine speakers scattered about the vehicles as part of the Alpine audio system. This is enough to turn the Scat Pack into a party on wheel and keep the occupants and everyone within earshot thoroughly entertained.

Buyers looking to add the Shakedown package to their new Dodge Challenger only have to shell out $995. That’s a small price to pay for the unique style, flashy look and additional entertainment the package provides. The stripes in the Shakedown package come in any of the colors in which the Challenger Shaker is available.

As if that wasn’t exciting enough, Dodge has announced it has revived the popular colors B5 Blue and Plum Crazy. Buyers can get their 2018 Chargers and Challengers in those colors regardless of the trim level they choose.


The new 2019 Ram 1500 pickup will come with many new features than its predecessor, however, it will cost a little more. With the latest upgrades it’s a better vehicle all-around. The highly-anticipated new truck from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show earlier this year. It features higher trim levels in its quad cab and Limited Crew Cab, but these upgrades will come with a little higher price tag. Built at the company’s Sterling Heights Assembly Plant, the 2019 models are in the process of being shipped to a dealership near you right now, FCA says.

Available in a diverse range of offerings, FCA’s all-new 2019 Ram 1500 features Tradesman Quad Cab 4×2’s that are well-equipped and come with a MSRP of $31,695, all the way up to the Limited Crew Cab 4×4, which is loaded with new technology and features a V-8 engine with a 12-inch Uconnect touchscreen as standard equipment and sells for $57,390. The Tradesman, Rebel and Big Horn all come with a 3.6-liter, V-6 Pentastar eTorque mild hybrid powertrain as part of their standard equipment. There’s also the option to get a 5.7-liter V-8 HEMI engine paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission for an additional $1,195. The eTorque-equipped HEMI costs $1,995 more. However, you can see what Ram fits your budget if you check one out at Chapman Las Vegas Dodge. You are sure to find a Dodge Ram that meets your needs.

The pricing on the Laramie, Laramie Longhorn as well as the Limited is based on them being equipped with the standard 5.7-liter V-8 HEMI engine. The eTorque-equipped HEMI costs an additional $800, a news release from the company explains. The head of FCA’s Ram brand, Mike Manley, explained that the company worked to decide on the right balance when it came to setting the price of the 2019 Ram. The brand’s flagship truck, the 1500, faces a market laden with new truck offerings this model year. They include new Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups.

In a news release Mike Manley explained that in launching the company’s all-new 2019 Ram 1500, they knew that it was essential to ensure it offered class-leading technology and features. However, they also had to make sure they offered this excellent new truck at a price that was competitive with the other pickups being released into the marketplace. The pickup truck segment is very important to the overall sales totals for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and making sure to combine excellent feature and innovative technologies at the right price is vital to keeping sales strong and its customers happy.

Ram is a standalone truck brand produced by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. It is separate from FCA’s Dodge line of automobiles. The Ram 1500, 2500 and 3500 have established themselves as stars in the pickup segment in the North American market. Ram trucks have developed a reputation for being tough enough to handle the dirtiest and most strenuous jobs, yet stylish, comfortable and technologically advanced enough for everyday use. The ‘go anywhere, do anything’ versatility of Ram trucks have led them to develop a constantly growing passionate following among people of all ages, sexes, educational and socioeconomic levels.