Dodge cars, as of 2015, include the Challenger, Charger, Dart and Viper models, with the Journey model being a crossover between a car and an SUV. The other vehicle types sold under the Dodge brand include the full-size SUV Durango and the Grand Caravan minivan.
The Viper is the newest addition to the brand's model line, and it is rejoining the Dodge fleet after the company discontinued its Street and Racing Technologies brand. The Viper is Dodge's high-end performance sports car. The Challenger continues as the midrange performance sports coupe offering, with the Charger model filling the role as the full-size performance sedan.
The Dodge Dart is a compact sedan that is now slotted right below the Charger, since the company discontinued its Avenger midsize sedan. The Dart is available in five different package designs and has added connectivity features to its UConnect infotainment center. The Journey seats seven passengers with an optional third-row seat, and all packages are available in front-wheel and all-wheel-drive variations.
The Durango is a full-size SUV with standard three-row seating and rear-wheel or all-wheel-drive options. The Grand Caravan is a basic, full-size minivan, with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles choosing to reserve upscale features for its Chrysler Town and Country brand.