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Brandl Media Minute

Brandl Media Minute

Today we bring you another edition of the Brandl Media Minute. This week we’re working with a 2013 Dodge Dart Ralleye.  LT gives you the rundown on some of the great features that accompany the Ralleye trim.

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April 15, 2011 7:43 AM Whew! It’s been a busy week at Chrysler Group….and our own Ed Garsten wraps it up for you Under the Pentastar:

Next-Gen Dodge Viper Testing

Next-Gen Dodge Viper Testing

In other Chrysler Group news, the long, cold and snowy winter presented a perfect environment for the ultimate American-built sports car and icon of the Dodge brand’s performance car lineup to prepare for its imminent return. Using a 2010 chassis as a test subject, SRT engineers expanded the development scope for the next generation Dodge Viper to include stability control tuning for the first time. The development comes just in time for the next “Super Car Olympics,” sure to take place late in 2012 when the all-new performance icon returns.
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The 2011 Challenger will only receive minor changes before its arrival at Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Dealers. According to  Challenger Talk Forums, they should be building them this month at the Brampton Assembly Plant in Bramton, Ontario, Canada.

The new Challenger will have electric power steering, and new powerplants all around. The SE and SE Ralleye will get the new Pentastar V6 which will add 55 Horse Power over the previous V6, rounding out at 305 HP and 268 LB-FT of torque. The Rallye will come with dual exhaust, leather-wrapped steering wheel, 18 inch wheels, keyless start, trip computer, six speaker stereo, side airbags, and bright fuel door standard. A Plus package adds leather, Boston Acoustics speakers with 287 watt amp, fog lights, and more.

The R/T and R/T Classic will once again get the HEMI, but performance has been bumped to 379 Horse Power and 410 LB-FT Torque with the optional manual transmission. The Classic adds retro 20-inch chrome wheels, functional hood scoop, retro side stripes, and HID headlamps. R/T starts at $30,495; Plus package adds $1,500, and Classic adds $3,300.

Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 adds the 470 horsepower engine, with 470 lb-ft of torque; again, there is an optional six-speed manual transmission. It starts at $43,380, plus any gas guzzler taxes. For more info on the 392, check out AllPar’s Preview.

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