As of 2005, the Dodge brand has become known primarily for its trucks, which account for 78% of the division's sales. Dodge
is attempting to change this with the introduction of the new Dodge Charger along with a new replacement for the Neon called the Dodge Caliber. In addition, the Dodge Caravan continues to be
one of the best selling minivans in North America. In early 2008, Dodge introduced a cross-over vehicle know as the Journey, a takeoff of the Chrysler
"Dodge's wagon-only Magnum gets a sedan companion for 2006. Charger and Magnum share a basic platform with the Chrysler 300 sedan. The sedan-only Charger is available only with rear-wheel drive vs. Magnum's choice of rear- or all-wheel drive.
The 5.7 V8 has Chrysler's Multi-Displacement System, which deactivates four cylinders while cruising to save fuel."
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