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Mopar lovers are over the moon at the emphasis Dodge has put on bringing the muscle car back into the American limelight. From the Charger and Challenger R/T and Hellcat models to the Durango SRT SUV, the Brotherhood of Muscle is more than an ad campaign, it’s a way of life in the Dodge Garage. The Dodge HEMI, initially the most feared engine among all muscle cars in the 1960s, has been resurrected and inserted in everything from Pony cars to pickup trucks. For the most available horsepower from any American automaker, all you need to do is take a trip to Chapman Dodge and look at the entire Dodge lineup.

Need a Four-Door? Charger’s Your Answer

If your daily transportation needs require four doors, but you aren’t ready to join the minivan parade at the school carpool, become the coolest parent on the block when you show up in a Dodge Charger. This four-door sedan comes in a number of trim levels, but to get the HEMI vibe you need to start with at least the R/T. That model runs on pure gasoline with a 370 horsepower HEMI under the hood. If you need a bit more oomph the R/T Scat Pack puts 485 horses of HEMI power at your disposal. For the most powerful Charger available, step up to the Hellcat and 707 unleashed horses full of fire and fury. Any of these vehicles will get you membership into the Brotherhood of Muscle, but you don’t have to check your comfort needs at the door. The Charger is loaded with technology and creature comfort items that makes every thrill ride a pleasure.

Challenger the Pony Car with Pop

The Dodge Challenger is perfect for sports car lovers who think two doors is just the right amount. With the same power available as the Charger, the Challenger is the rear-wheel drive car that never met an empty parking lot that wasn’t perfect for practicing some drifts. The Challenger has the Hellcat trim level as well, but for the rare few who think 707 horses just aren’t enough, the new Demon is ready to take on all comers. This 800 horsepower plus beast owns the record for fastest time for a production car in a quarter mile, taking just 9.65 seconds to cover the distance at a top speed of 140.09 mph. While that may not come in handy during the office car pool, it can make your daily commute awfully fun.

Durango is the SUV for People Who Love to Drive

As America’s fastest three-row SUV, the Dodge Durango SXT covers the run from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds. It also has a phenomenal towing capacity of 8,700 pounds, making it the perfect vehicle for weekend adventures whether you’re pulling a boat or not. With a 6.4L HEMI providing 475 horses and 470 pound-feet of torque, the Durango SRT has the power to adapt to anything that might come its way. See all the members of the Brotherhood of Muscle and take a test drive at Chapman Dodge in Scottsdale.

Consumer Guide, one of the most trusted sources for vehicle buyers in the nation, has chosen the Chrysler Pacifica, Dodge Durango and Dodge Ram to its prestigious “Best Buy” list. The Chrysler Pacifica debuted two years ago and has captured the interest of consumers and journalists alike. It was chosen as the Best Buy in the Family Vehicle and Minivan divisions for the second year in a row. Dodge Durango has dominated the large SUV category, winning its sixth Best Buy award in as many years. The Ram 1500 continues to be a popular choice in the Large Pickup Truck class, winning its 10th consecutive award. Chapman Chrysler is your one-stop shop for the Pacifica, Durango and Ram, as well as a full lineup of Jeep products.

Designs ‘Well Executed’

“There’s lot of good product hitting the market these days, but some designs are so well executed that they endure the test of new challengers. In the case of the Durango and Ram, that’s especially true,” according to Consumer Guide Automotive publisher Tom Appel. “As for the Pacifica, it’s simply one of the most thoughtfully designed family vehicles we’ve ever evaluated.” For more information on the criteria and selection process, visit consumerguide.com.

Ram Loaded with Class-exclusive Features

The Dodge Ram 1500 leads all large trucks in a number of categories, including the very important distinction of having the most fuel-efficient truck on the road when you select the V-6 EcoDiesel. Ram engineers use coil and link rear suspension along with an optional air ride to deliver the very best ride and handling. The Ram comes in 11 different trim levels, offering a price and amenities for everyone and every budget.

Pacifica Reinvents Minivan Segment

Chrysler and Dodge invented the minivan segment more than 30 years ago with the Town and Country and Grand Caravan, so it was appropriate for Chrysler to reinvent the category with the introduction of the Pacifica two years ago. The Chrysler Pacifica offers a whole new level of styling, utility, technology and versatility, providing families a fun and efficient way to solve their transportation needs. With a hybrid option, the Pacifica is also the class-leading entrant in fuel efficiency. See the future of minivans and take a test drive when you visit Chapman Chrysler in Scottsdale.

Durango the Hot Rod of SUVs

With phenomenal power and handling and the backing of the company that brought you the Dodge Challenger and Charger, the Dodge Durango is the muscle car of the SUV segment. Powered by the legendary HEMI V-8, the Durango makes driving SUVs cool again, delivering aggressive handling and the ability to tow all your recreational needs. An 8.4-inch infotainment touchscreen keeps you connected to the outside world while enveloping everyone in concert quality sound. Visit Chapman Chrysler today to inspect the entire Chrysler lineup of award-winning vehicles.

If you’re looking for the ultimate performance from your next SUV, don’t go anywhere else than Chapman Dodge, the local dealership that will offer both the Dodge Durango SRT and Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. The Durango SRT and Trackhawk offer the premium in SUV performance. Motor Trend magazine says “these two vehicles cast aside the notion of an SUV as a utility box by offering powerful HEMI V-8 engines.” The Trackhawk delivers the 707-horsepower Hellcat motor, an engine previously reserved for the Challenger and Charger sports cars. While the Durango SRT’s 475 horsepower motor is much smaller in comparison, it still delivers enough kicks to satisfy most driving enthusiasts.

Both Have Looks to Backup Performance

Compare the hoods of both vehicles and you’ll find definite similarities. The Trackhawk’s sculpted hood has heat extractors, as does the Durango’s, but the Durango is more reminiscent of a 1960s muscle car with a centrally-located air duct. Jeep opted to forego the fog lamps to allow for more airflow, but the Durango’s lower lighting scheme offers a more aggressive scowl. The Dodge Durango is a larger vehicle than the Jeep Grand Cherokee, offering three rows of seating to two, but the wheelbase is only five inches longer. Both have boxy rear ends that put a hard stamp on the design. The interiors feature a racing theme with a 7-inch digital instrument cluster and red leather seats in varying hues.

Durango Blisters the Asphalt

Coming in late summer to Chapman Dodge, the Dodge Durango SRT is one of the quickest SUVs on the planet, blistering the asphalt from 0-60 mph in just 4.4 seconds. It is also the fastest three-row SUV in the quarter-mile, completing that run in just 12.9 seconds. All that horsepower isn’t just for showing off, it also has best-in-class towing capacity of 8,600 pounds. That’s more than enough to get your recreational trailer up to the mountains in record time.

Trackhaw Offers Phenomenal Performance

If you want to get up to speed a little more quickly, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk races to 60 mph from a dead stop in just 3.5 seconds. Along with 707 horsepower, the 6.2L V8 engine delivers a thrilling surge when you take off with 645 pound-feet of torque. Whether you need to beat a competitor off the line or pull a tree stump out of the ground, that’s the kind of power SUV owners dream about. Check in with Chapman Dodge to compare both vehicles with a test drive later this summer.

First unveiled at the recent Chicago Auto Show, the 2018 Dodge Durango SRT offers the most horsepower of any three-row SUV on the planet. With the time-tested 392 cubic inch HEMI engine pumping out 475 horsepower, the new Durango SRT will get you where you’re going quicker than any of its competitors. “The new 2018 Dodge Durango SRT is America’s fastest, most powerful and most capable three-row SUV,” according to Fiat Chrysler America passenger car executive Tim Kuniskis. “This is what you get when you take everything great about the Durango and combine it with the performance of the Charger SRT: a 12-second quarter mile, toy-hauling, three-row muscle car.” Keep in touch with Chapman Dodge for the official arrival date, which will be sometime this fall.

Wicked Fast Durango Loaded With Performance Features

Maybe it’s the 4.4 second run from 0 to 60 mph that will make you fall in love with the new Durango SRT, or maybe it will be when you beat your friends on the strip while registering a 12.9 second quarter mile. For many folks who don’t spend a lot of time on the track, performance out on the highway is the true measure of a muscle car and the new Dodge Durango SRT is built to handle the nation’s most challenging highways. An eight-speed automatic transmission is designed and calibrated to get the most performance out of every gear while delivering the maximum fuel efficiency. A seven-mode driving system allows you to pick the mode that best suits conditions and your mood (Hint: choose Sport Mode to reduce shift times and deliver the maximum power to the rear wheels). Stiffer suspension and adaptive dampers also reduce body roll and help you glide through corners as if you were in a two-seat sportster.

Uncompromised Luxury and Utility Combined

The 2018 Dodge Durango SRT not only sits at the top of the mountain when it comes to performance, but it also delivers a sophisticated interior that’s full of creature comforts. A hand-wrapped dashboard with silver stitching, performance steering wheel with paddle shifters and vented and heated seats in the first two rows offer just a taste of the attention to detail that runs throughout the cabin. You can choose the standard Nappa leather seats with suede inserts, but if you really want to show off your wild side consider the Demonic Red Laguna leather that includes embossed SRT logos. All customers who buy a new SRT from Chapman Dodge will not only receive a beast on wheels, but get a free day of training at the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving in Chandler.

2011 Dodge DurangoRedesigned for 2011, the new Dodge Durango has been completely re-imagined from the unibody up, with more standard equipment, an overhauled appearance, updated powertrains, and new underpinnings. The end result is a vehicle that delivers premium driving performance combined with SUV capability and crossover versatility.

Among other upgrades, the 2011 Durango boasts 22 different seating configurations which can accommodate seven passengers in three rows of seats in a 2+3+2 layout. Available safety and security technologies include Blind-spot Monitoring, Rear Cross Path detection, Forward Collision Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control and Keyless Enter-n’ Go.

Flashy chrome details and a sleek exterior design entices the buyer. But, for those looking for power this is where the Dodge Durango really shines; engine options for the 2011 Durango include a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 or a 5.7-liter HEMI (with multi-displacement mode and four-cylinder mode). The engines will be able to tow 6,200 lbs and 7,400 lbs respectively.

The best part is, drivers will get all of the all-new Durango’s capability, functionality and flexibility and still get excellent fuel efficiency. In fact, Phoenicians can go more than 500 miles, that’s about the distance from Phoenix to San Diego or from Phoenix to Santa Fe, without having to stop for fuel. To test drive the all-new Dodge Durango visit us in Scottsdale at Chapman Dodge Chrysler Jeep.

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The all-new Chrysler 200 was also redesigned for 2011. Formerly known as the Sebring, this expertly crafted and elegant sedan offers a number of exterior and sheet metal upgrades which include: front and rear fascias and fenders, grille featuring the new Chrysler brand winged badge, hood, rear decklid and exterior mirrors, new projector headlamps and fog lamps, new LED taillamps and a LED center high-mounted stop light.

Drivers who are not looking to sacrifice substance should note that the Chrysler 200 boasts a new powertrain lineup featuring the 2.4-liter I-4 World Gas Engine mated to either a four-speed or six-speed automatic transaxle, or the new 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine mated to a six-speed automatic transaxle. Each provides an improved ride and handling tuning.

The inside of the vehicle was redesigned to provide a quality, comfortable driving space. Updates include a new instrument panel, bezels and gauge face, upgraded seats with a new design that incorporates more cushion material and revised spring geometry as well as new leather and cloth seating materials, new “soft touch” armrests and dash, and new heating and cooling outlets in the instrument panel with improved design and functionality.

To test drive the all-new Chrysler 200 visit us in Scottsdale at Chapman Dodge Chrysler Jeep.