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2017 Dodge Challenger SRT 392 and SRT Hellcat In-Depth Review: Lord of the Horsepower War

2017 Dodge Challenger SRT / Challenger Hellcat

Billowing burnouts and thunderous emanations are standard equipment on the Challenger SRT siblings. Dodge’s devilish duo are fitted with an adaptive suspension and substantial brakes; the SRT 392 packs a 485-hp Hemi V-8, and the Hellcat summons 707 horses from its evil-sounding supercharged V-8. Both retro-styled coupes route power to the rear wheels through a standard six-speed manual transmission or an eight-speed automatic. While the stripped-down 840-hp Challenger SRT Demon dominates the drag strip, the SRT twins terrorize weekly cruise nights with a comfortable ride and snazzy standard features. Hard-core versions of Chevrolet’s Camaro (the 650-hp ZL1) and Ford’s Mustang (the 10Best Cars–winning Shelby GT350 and GT350R) have escalated the pony-car wars to DEFCON 1 with racetrack-capable handling. Dodge and SRT are instead banking on having the most powerful weapons of mass destruction. READ MORE ››


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2018 Dodge Charger – Quick-Take Review

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2018 GMC Canyon In-Depth Review: An Efficient and Highly Skilled Mini Sierra

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The mid-size Canyon is essentially a downsized GMC Sierra, with strikingly similar style and ample ability. It’s available with General Motors’ exclusive diesel inline-four that’s fuel efficient and can tow up to 7700 pounds. As with its corporate cousin, the Chevy Colorado, the Canyon has two cab and cargo-bed styles that pair with several powertrain choices. The base 200-hp inline-four has a standard six-speed manual, the 308-hp V-6 is exceedingly quick, and the mini Duramax diesel makes 369 lb-ft of torque. The iconic Denali model dresses up the truck with chrome cladding, bigger wheels, and better interior materials. Its infotainment system is excellent; unfortunately, the Canyon is shortchanged by its minimal active safety options. Regardless, the highly skilled Canyon slots near the top of its class—only the 10Best-winning Honda Ridgeline surpasses it. READ MORE ››


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