Review: Dodge Durango Hellcat 2021

The vehicle is such an unnatural monstrosity, such an unholy perversion, that Dodge could only put the Durango Hellcat on sale for one year. Whether this was really due to the “lawyers and bean counters” at Chrysler not liking the idea of ​​a Hellcat-powered Durango, as claimed at Dodge’s unveiling last year, is a mystery. … Read more

The Cat Is Back: 2023 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat – Most Powerful SUV Ever – Returns to Dodge Range

Enthusiast demand fuels the rebirth of the Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat after its first run as a one-year model 2023 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat unveiled during the first day of the three-day Dodge Speed ​​Week event, which will also include announcements about the Dodge Gateway Muscle and Future Muscle products on August 16 and 17, … Read more

2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat Review

USEABILITY/ERGONOMY 8/10 If you have it, show it off. That seems to be Mopar’s mandate when it comes to its monstrous 6.2L supercharged V8 dropped into a three-row SUV. Say hello to the 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat. With 710 horsepower and a starting price of nearly $120,000, this roaring brute is here to terrorize … Read more

Review: Cadillac XT4 Sport 2021

At the risk of sounding a bit old, I’ve often found it odd that Cadillac, GM’s luxury division, would stoop to compete in the world of the utilitarian and everyday. Yes, I’m talking about SUVs. In saying this, I exclude the Escalade, the giant body-on-frame, truck-based SUV that started it all. The first Cadillac SUV. … Read more

Review: Cadillac XT4 Sport 2021

At the risk of sounding a bit old, I’ve often found it odd that Cadillac, GM’s luxury division, would stoop to compete in the world of the utilitarian and everyday. Yes, I’m talking about SUVs. In saying this, I exclude the Escalade, the giant body-on-frame, truck-based SUV that started it all. The first Cadillac SUV. … Read more

Review: The Dodge Durango Hellcat combines monumental performance with year-round use

2021 Dodge Durango Hellcat.Jeremy Sinek/The Globe and Mail The one-year production of the Dodge Durango Hellcat ended in January, and dealers grabbed them all, but the attention it attracts casts a glow on all Durangos. If you’re too late to buy one of the supercharged 6.2-liter V8 Hellcats with 710 horsepower, the Durango family still … Read more

Review: Dodge Durango Hellcat 2021

The vehicle is such an unnatural monstrosity, such an unholy perversion, that Dodge could only put the Durango Hellcat on sale for one year. Whether this was really due to the “lawyers and bean counters” at Chrysler not liking the idea of ​​a Hellcat-powered Durango, as claimed at Dodge’s unveiling last year, is a mystery. … Read more