Cars come and cars go — it’s just the life cycle of vehicle models. As the needs of the driver change and evolve, and the automaker flirts with different offerings, some models just don’t have what it takes to keep up. Here are some of the most notable cars getting the axe after 2015.
For most Americans, cars are about getting from point A to point B as cheaply as they can. These people don’t want any fancy features, plush interiors or a strong power train. They want cheap and fixable with good fuel economy. If only they had an opportunity to drive a vehicle like the 2015 Dodge Charger AWD.
eBay Listing: 1968 Dodge A100 Pickup Truck, 48k miles Forward control pickups or vans came into being post WWII. One could argue about who was the first manufacturer to develop a driver over the front axle design. Some might say Volkswagen, others would say Ford, but the truth of the matter is that many manufacturers […]
Their story is simple, 100 years of performance from the Dodge brand has led to some of the most exhilarating and influential muscle cars in the history of the automotive world, ultimately manifesting the mighty beast from Detroit which is theatrically known as the Hellcat. The ultimate, top-of-the-line Dodge halo is riveting with its 6.2-liter […]
Dodge has thrown down the gauntlet and now claims to have the most powerful muscle car on the market with the introduction of the Hellcat engine that was inserted into the new design of the 2015 Challenger SRT. The same claim to fame can be applied to their 4-door counterpart after announcing the veritable Hellcat […]
Some thirteen years ago, Vancouver’s Washington’s Kevin Bischoff set out to “make an ugly car beautiful.” He certainly accomplished the mission. So much so that he and wife Angie’s 1936 Dodge was crowned Goodguys 2014 Flowmaster America’s Most Beautiful street rod, beating out a national cast of finalists during the Goodguys 28th West Coast Nationals back in August.