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You are not just driving your car to get from A to B and long, winding roads make your heart leap? We are glad you found us. We will help you to unlock your engine’s maximum performance and make sure that you will never want to get out of your Dodge again.
Dodge is a vehicle brand belonging to the American Chrysler Group. The history of this car maker stretches back to 1914, when brothers John Francis and Horace Elgin Dodge began the construction of their own car factory. The brand became a commercial success in just a few years and issued classics like the Dodge D5 series coupé and Cornet. The brothers could hardly have dreamt that their vehicle would be amongst the most popular worldwide just a few decades later. The talk is all about the Dodge Viper. A powerhouse in every aspect with top fittings, a cult object with an imposing appearance, breathtaking speed and the spirit of the eponymous serpent.
Today, Dodge vehicles offer outstanding potential for engine tuning that you can realise with RaceChip car chips. In just a few installation steps you can make your Dodge Journey 2.0 CRD a powerhouse that vrooms with 27% more power and can save up to one liter of fuel per 100 kilometers.
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