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The Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicle company began in 1914. It produced vehicles after having worked as manufacturers of bicycles and automotive parts. The company was purchased by Chrysler in 1928. Their first vehicle was a touring car and soon after a roadster and a four-door sedan were added. These cars were very well received. Trucks were included in the lineup in 1917, and Dodge cars and trucks were used widely in World War I. After WWII new vehicles were introduced, including the Power Wagon truck, the Hemi-powered Coronet and the Royal Lancer. Dodge also began offering dealer-installed air conditioning. In the 1960’s more new designs were launched, including the famous Charger. This was a muscle car that featured a fastback roofline, hidden headlamps and a full-width tail light panel. And the engine was impressive, with a 318-cubic-inch V8 as standard. Furthermore, an optional upgrade was to a 426-cubic-inch, 425-hp Hemi V8. In the 1970’s the gas crisis hit, and like all other manufacturers, Dodge had a difficult time with sales. Competition grew, and styles were changing. They were required to borrow government loans in the 1980s, and introduced two economy cars to go with the times, the Omni and the Aries. The big hit finally came in 1984, with the Caravan. Families never had experienced anything like this before, with seating for seven and a lot of extra space. This not only sold well, it started an entirely new vehicle style – the minivan. Although dodge was successful in the 1990s, Daimler-Benz gained its control as part of the DaimlerChrysler merge. This actually gave dodge the opportunity to receive some of Mercedes technology, including its platforms being used in new rear-drive Dodge products. With the new century, rising gas prices and a thirst for environmentalism caught everyone off guard; Daimler sold the Chrysler Group (including Dodge) to a private equity group in 2007. The current Dodge Headquarters is located in Auburn Hills, Michigan.

Utah Used Dodge Cars

Any one familiar with used cars must know the caravan. It is considered Dodge's best success and model years can be found starting in 1984 to the current year. Used Dodge cars include trucks (80% of sales), muscle vehicles, performance cars, Pickups, sports cars, SUVs, vans, coupes, and sedans.

The Dodge Neon is a used car that practical and fun to drive. It has a welcoming price tag, and is even roomier inside than it looks. Another strong point of the Neon is its excellent fuel economy. It earned one of the top 10 spots in a survey of the most fuel-efficient vehicles you could buy. There are two extra trims that a used car buyer might find, the sport based R/T and the high performing SRT-4. The 2004 Neon SRT-4 is actually the second-quickest car in the Dodge product line, accelerating from 0-60 mph in just 5.8 seconds. This is due to its powerful, turbo charged engine. The retail price for the 2004 Dodge Neon SE Sedan comes in at $4,067 - $8,294, and this is a good value for a compact sedan. This latest used version is smoother and quieter than pre-2000 models. Although it may not be the most refined car in its class, the handling and drivability is decent. All trims of the Neon are readily available in the used car market, and are a great car to drive.