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After many months of hype and growing expectation, it has now been confirmed that Dodge has officially begun production of the Challenger SRT Demon. Automotive enthusiasts can begin looking for these hell-raisers to start terrorizing the drag strips and streets all around the country soon. The 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is a fire-breathing beast. Soon lucky buyers will be able to put them through their paces and see them blow away the competition. It sounds like rolling thunder and is as fast as lightening. This vehicle is about to usher in a whole new era of Dodge high-performance automobiles.

For the muscle car enthusiasts that have plunked down their $84,995 for the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, the wait’s almost over. According to what Fiat-Chrysler recently told Motor Authority, the deliveries of this powerful new game-changing automobile will begin soon after “containment at the plant.” That means within the next few weeks, dealerships will begin taking delivery of this amazing automobile. The bottom line is that customers can rest assured that the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is being built right now and will soon be thrilling people test driving them at a dealership near you. By going to Chapman Las Vegas Dodge and testing one out, you are sure to fall in love.

And the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon has been worth the wait. It is said to be the most powerful, craziest version of the Challenger ever produced. That’s saying a lot, considering that the company’s Hellcat has been in existence for quite some time. What makes the Demon so special, is that it’s powered by a supercharged V-8, 6.2-liter engine that produces 808 horsepower when fed 91 octane fuel and 840 horsepower when given 100 octane gas and sporting the Demon Crate package. That package features a system that’s specially tuned to perform using race fuel.

The Demon’s V-8 engine delivers 770 pound-feet of torque and employs an eight-speed automatic transmission which sends all of that power to the vehicle’s rear wheels. And those rear wheels come from the factory wrapped in the famous Nitto NT05R 315/40 tires. It’s the type of rubber which many said was far too wide for use on the production line. Dodge’s 2018 Challenger SRT Demon is also outfitted with a 45.2 square inch hood scoop. No production car has ever had a functional hood scoop that large. You’ll feel the difference it makes when you get it on the road.

This vehicle is so powerful that Fiat Chrysler has made people ordering the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon sign a legal waiver stating they cannot sue the company if they hurt themselves doing something crazy while driving this hellish new muscle car. And that’s probably wise on FCA’s part because of what this demonic creation can do once the rubber hits the road. For many people it’s the car of their dreams and it will be a nightmare for drivers that dare to challenge this unholy beast. It has the speed, power and performance to send its rivals straight to hell covered in its dust.

 

The Dodge Durango Citadel AWD is considered by many experts to be the ideal family SUV. The Citadel is the top-of-the-line Durango trim and it’s by no means boring. The three-row crossover comes equipped with either a 3.6 liter 295 horsepower Pentastar V6 engine or a rip roaring 360 horsepower V8 Hemi engine. Paired with a smooth-shifting 8-speed automatic transmission and with a lowered ride height, sporty handling and aggressive looks and the all-wheel-drive Citadel has the style, power, roominess and good looks to please every member of the family. Plus, it gets 18 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway so it won’t wreck the family’s budget.

When it comes to performance, the Dodge Durango Citadel more than holds its own. The V-6 model goes from zero to 60 in 7.4 seconds and covers the quarter mile in a decent 15.7 seconds. If you like to go stoplight drag-racing, then splurge on the V-8 version of the Durango. It gets up to 60 miles an hour in an impressive 6.2 seconds. But owning a Durango Citadel isn’t all about jackrabbit starts. This roomy SUV is also very satisfying to drive. It’s very responsive and the active suspension simply soaks up the bumps in the roadway to create a smooth, pleasurable ride. To see how great of a ride the Dodge Durango is, check one out at Chapman Las Vegas Dodge. Whether you get an AWD version or not, you are sure to find a Dodge Durango that works for you.

At 5111 pounds, the Durango is a big beast built on a long wheelbase. This provides all the room needed to carry even the Swiss Family Robinson and all their gear. Adults can even sit comfortably in the second- and third-row seats of this behemoth. Plus, the back row with it’s elevated ‘theatre’ seating makes it even more comfortable. When it’s time to pack it full of stuff, the seats easily fold and tumble out of the way to create the cavernous space you need to stow the gear of your athlete or adventurer or bring home the groceries and decorations for the holiday gathering.

The Dodge Durango Citadel has all the safety and security features you need to keep the family safe and sound. Its electronic stability control helps maintain directional control for more confident driving even on roads that’re wet or icy. The vehicle’s advanced braking technology features a four-wheel antilock brake system which monitors each wheel’s speed and allows for independent braking for each wheel for superior control. It’s advanced Rain Brake Support system applies pressure to the calipers in small amounts to get water off the brake pads. There’s also blind-spot warning, power-adjustable steering column, automatic high-beams, rain-sensing wipers, HID headlights and available ParkSense® Rear Park Assist and ParkView® Rear Back-Up Camera.

The Dodge Durango Citadel has all the connectivity technology the family needs for local excursions or taking road trips. It starts with the 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen system and includes available navigation, Beats audio system, two-screen rear entertainment center. Add a sunroof, power liftgate, engine stop/start system, new active-safety tech, solid driving dynamics, athletic looks and muscle-car-like attitude and the Dodge Durango Citadel is in a class by itself.