In 1915, the Dodge Brothers went from supplying parts and assemblies to producing automobiles themselves. Just five years later, with a successful business venture booming, both brothers died of pneumonia. Shortly thereafter, Dodge became a division of Chrysler, and through the next 40-plus years became synonymous with full-sized passenger cars and trucks. While that is still somewhat the case today, compact and midsize vehicles have come from the Dodge banner as well.
From the Grand Caravan to the Challenger, the Charger, the Dart, the Durango, the Journey, and even the sporty Viper, anyone looking for a Dodge is likely to have a relatively easy time finding the used Dodge that will meet their requirements.