R/T


R/T

R/T is the performance moniker used on Dodge automobiles since the sixties (much like Chevrolet Super Sport). R/T stands for Road/Track (no "and"). R/T models come with R/T badging, better suspension, tires, brakes, and more power. Some models come with monotone paint and stripes, as well as aggressive body parts. The Chrysler SRT Division (Street and Racing Technology) has created Dodge vehicles that eclipse R/T performance, therefore the R/T designation doesn't carry the status it once did.

R/T Models

*Coronet R/T - 1967 - 1970
*Charger R/T - 1968 – 1971, 2006 - 2008
*Challenger R/T - 1970 - 1971, 2009
*Aspen R/T - 1976 - 1980
*Spirit R/T - 1991 - 1992
*Stealth R/T - 1991 - 1996
*Daytona IROC R/T - 1992 - 1993
*Viper RT/10 - 1992 - 2002
*Dakota R/T - 1998 - 2003
*Neon R/T - 1998 – 1999, 2001 - 2004
*Intrepid R/T - 2000 - 2002
*Durango R/T - 2000 - 2003
*Stratus R/T - 2001 - 2006
*Magnum R/T - 2005 – 2007
*Caliber R/T - 2007 - 2008
*Avenger R/T - 2008
*Nitro R/T - 2008
*Journey R/T - 2009

ources & External Links

* [http://www.dodge.com Dodge.com] Official Website
* [http://www.allpar.com Allpar.com] Mopar Enthusiast Website


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