When we look back on 2014 with a broad scope, we have a strong urge to stop looking back and keep our gaze fixed firmly on the future. However, when we look back on 2014 in our own microcosm, we’re less motivated to avert our eyes. It’s been an excellent year for Dodge and RAM and an even better year for the Chris Leith Dodge blog.
We’ve come a long way since we started bringing you regular updates last December. Now you can come to us for the latest brand news, for cool and interesting videos, for up close and personal photos, and even for hands-on assessments of your favorite and most anticipated cars. The world at large may be looking forward to 2015 because it won’t be 2014 anymore, but we are looking forward to the new year because we know how great it will be based on what we wrote about this year. To help you remember the highlights, we’ve looked through our archives and picked out our favorite posts from the year.
We were feeling sentimental, so we decided to look back over the past hundred years at the great Dodge engines that have carried the brand this far.
The 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat combines one of the most recognizable muscle cars with the Chrysler Group’s most powerful V-8 engine ever.
Listen to muscle car maniac Richard Rawlings reminisce on 100 years of Dodge cars. Then get as excited as he is for the return of the Shaker hood.
Chris Leith Dodge was the grand sponsor of the 2014 Wake Forest Charity Car show. Proceeds went to several local charities.
In Motor Trend’s test of the three top mid-size pickup trucks, we’re happy to say that the RAM 1500 still reigns supreme.
All of us at Chris Leith Dodge hope you have a Happy New Year.