Explore the History of Mopar

Mopar Logo on Seats

This year, the Shuman Chrysler Dodge Jeep® Ram blog has taken a trip down memory lane by hosting features on the history of brands such as Dodge, Chrysler, and SRT. This month, we will explore the history of Mopar. Mopar is the parts, service, and customer arm of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and is short for…

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Explore the History of SRT

SRT Lineup

In recent months, the Shuman Chrysler Dodge Jeep® Ram blog has been exploring the histories of our favorite automotive brands. Up this month? The history of SRT. SRT, which stands for Street & Racing technology, is the high-performance arm of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, giving streetcars that racing edge. SRT was originally developed to help design…

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Charger and Challenger: 2017 Hellcat Upgrades

2017 Hellcat Upgrades

There are multiple Hellcat models, including the Challenger and Charger. For 2017, each of these model received some promising updates, making these vehicles better than ever. If you love speed and acceleration, you won’t want to leave the driver’s seat of the new 2017 Hellcat models. According to Torque News, the 2017 Hellcat upgrades start…

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Jeep Grand Cherokee Hellcat: Pure Performance

2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT

Jeep recently designed a Grand Cherokee to rival any sports car on the road: the new Hellcat Trackhawk. This model comes with a Hellcat-powered drivetrain, including a whopping 707 horsepower. The special SRT performance division of Jeep has designed the Trackhawk with pure power in mind. According to Autoblog, the new Jeep Grand Cherokee Hellcat…

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New Challenger Hellcat ADR: Wide Design for the Drag Strip

Race Flag for Challenger Hellcat ADR

Dodge is giving fans of the Challenger an opportunity to see this model pushed to its limits. The new American Drag Racer (ADR) variant comes with incredible performance and acceleration thanks to some intelligent upgrades, both under the hood and to the exterior. While it might look similar to the standard trim, the Challenger Hellcat…

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Dodge SRT Hellcat Models May Disappear By 2019

Dodge SRT Hellcat models

Fans of the Dodge SRT Hellcat and HEMIs were saddened to hear that the automaker may be getting rid of these vehicles by 2019. While Hellcat models boast the best power in the industry, Dodge may be cutting the engines that provide these vehicles with their impressive performance. According to Motor Authority, Dodge SRT Hellcat…

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Dodge Go Mango Orange Now Available on Charger and Challenger

1970 Dodge Challenger RT 440 Magnum in Go Mango Orange

The new 2016 Dodge Challenger and Charger SRT are getting some exciting new color options, including the Go Mango Orange paint option. This distinct color not only adds flair, but it also harkens back to iconic Dodge muscle car models. It will appear alongside Plum Crazy, B5 Blue, Top Banana, and Sublime colors. According to…

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2015 Dodge Charger Lineup and Pricing Announced

Dodge has announced the pricing for its new 2015 Dodge Charger lineup, and boy it’s looking good. Starting from $27,995 at Shuman Motor Company, you could get the world’s most powerful sedan, complete with an eight-speed automatic transmission and award-winning 292-horsepower Pentastar V6 engine. Though enhancing your Charger to its very limits can drive the…

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