Price Range (MSRP): $16,495 (Dart) to $29,995 (Durango)
Dodge offers an exciting lineup of passenger cars and SUVs for 2015, including the Challenger and Charger, which get large updates for the new model year.
The compact Dart is the smallest car in Dodge's lineup but also one of its most flexible with three different engines and numerous trim configurations. Leading the pack is the 160-hp, turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder which returns the best fuel economy in Dodge's lineup, 27/39 mpg city/highway.
One of the most exciting cars Dodge makes is the Charger, which combines the practicality of a full-size family sedan with the fun of a muscle car. This full-size sedan has been refreshed for 2015, with new exterior styling that changes the front of the Charger dramatically.
An ode to Dodge’s past, the Challenger muscle car features retro styling that makes it look similar to the old model from the 70’s. It also gets a large number of changes for 2015, including styling tweaks to the front/rear and big changes to the interior, which adds new features and upgraded materials along with a new dashboard design.
A pair of crossovers also populates Dodge’s offerings. First up is the midsize Journey, which offers five- or seven-seats depending on whether or not you opt for a third-row.
The Durango got an update last year, which changed the styling and added a host of tech options. The three-row Durango seats six or seven passengers, and is one of the best looking SUVs on the road with its unique taillight configuration and high stance.
Wrapping things up is the Grand Caravan minivan. The second- and third-rows of the Grand Caravan conveniently fold flat into the floor when you need more cargo space and the seven-seater still features Chrysler’s powerful Pentastar V-6 under the hood.
The Avenger has been discontinued for 2015.