2020 Dodge Lineup of Vehicles: 10 Things to Love

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Dodge fans rejoice! The 2020 Dodge lineup of vehicles is flooding with awesome features, from new trims to engine options to the possible return of a beloved car (or two). Whether you’re purchasing a new vehicle for yourself or a loved one, 2020 provides a lineup you don’t want to miss. Starting with...

10. The Return of the Dodge Viper? Not Likely, But the Barracuda Might Be Back

Car enthusiasts were hoping American sweetheart the Dodge Viper would be back in 2020 after being discontinued in 2017. While there have been countless rumors swirling around, it’s not expected to hit car lots again in 2020. Luckily, more rumors are taking flight and the 2020 Dodge Barracuda (2020 Dodge/Chrysler SRT Cuda) is rumored to make a return. Stay tuned as the legendary Barracuda will hopefully hit the streets again, only this time with a fresh look and updated features.

9. The Durango’s Towing Power

The 2020 Dodge Durango tows up to 8,600 pounds, and you can listen to Apple CarPlay or Android Auto while doing it. The Dodge Durango SRT is America’s fastest and most capable three-row SUV—if you fancy an upgrade.

8. Choose Between 4 Different Engines on the Charger

Including the standard version, Charger fans can choose between three other engine options in 2020. No matter what option you pick, get ready to go fast.

7. Simple Is Better: 2 Trims for the 2020 Dodge Journey

The Journey is available in the SE Value and Journey Crossroad. The base SE comes with cloth seats and the Crossroad with leather. Every Journey comes standard with three rows of seats, and you can enhance your cargo space by folding down a row.

6. 2020 Dodge Challenger/Challenger SRT Power

If you like the look and feel of the current Challenger, then you might want to purchase a new one in 2020 as it could be the last model year that sees an SRT engine above 707 horsepower. Future models are expected to see big changes, although it’s all hearsay at this point.

5. 2020 Dodge Challenger/Challenger SRT: 9 New Wheels and Finishes

Going off of the point above, 2020 is a great year to hop into a new Challenger as nine new wheels and finishes have been added throughout the lineup. Each trim has a new distinct set of wheels.

4. One More for the Challenger

Whether you’re new to Dodge, the Challenger, or both, Dodge prides this vehicle in being the world’s first and only family of all-wheel drive muscle cars. No matter where the road takes you or what the conditions might be, you’ll have a whole lot of muscle and AWD on your side.

3. Celebrating the 35th-Anniversary Special Edition for the Dodge Grand Caravan

We don’t know what the minivan’s future holds, but we do know the Grand Caravan is one of the best on the market, and its longevity speaks for itself. Celebrate this vehicle with the 35th-anniversary special edition.

2. The Dodge Charger Scat Pack Still Goes FAST

As Dodge states, the Charger Scat Pack features best-in-class naturally aspirated 485 horsepower, but the 2020 edition can have the Widebody version, upping its performance, to say the least. All versions of the Charger Hellcat get the Widebody Package upgrades standard, not to mention come equipped with 707 horsepower.

1. The Release of the Charger Daytona 50th Anniversary Edition

A limited-edition of the Charger Hellcat Widebody designed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the original 1969 Charger Daytona, this 6.2-liter supercharged Hemi Hellcat V8 produces 717 horsepower and 650 lb-ft. of torque. Consider it especially rare as only 501 will be built.

2020 is going to be a big year on the road, no matter what vehicle you decide to drive out of the Dodge lineup.

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