Chrysler's sporty Dodge brand has been rejuvenated thanks to a major boost from its new owners at FIAT. Read on to learn more about all of the new Dodge cars and SUVs, as well as updates to existing models.
2013 Dodge Avenger
The Avenger is unchanged for 2013, just like the mechanically similar Chrysler 200.
2013 Dodge Challenger
The sporty Challenger's only notable change for the 2013 is for the high-performance SRT8 model, which receives newly standard launch control.
2013 Dodge Charger
In addition to an improved navigation system and a new black painted roof option, the Charger offers an available cold air induction system that increases horsepower in the V6 engine from 292 to 300.
2013 Dodge Dart
The all-new Dodge Dart replaces the Caliber hatchback for 2013. Offered solely as a four-door sedan, the Dart offers six trim levels and a choice between three 4-cylinder engines. Fuel efficient Aero models achieve up to 41 mpg, while the R/T version offers a sporty 184-horsepower 4-cylinder.
2013 Dodge Durango
Dodge's largest SUV adds a new Rallye Appearance Group for 2013. The option package includes body-colored trim from the R/T, blacked-out headlights, Bluetooth and 20-inch alloy wheels.
2013 Dodge Grand Caravan
The Grand Caravan minivan is mostly unchanged for 2013 but the base price has been reduced by $1,000. Other updates include a newly available rear BluRay player and standard trailer sway control.
2013 Dodge Journey
17-inch wheels are now standard on base models, while the sporty R/T trim gets a performance suspension.