Dodge was founded just after the start of the twentieth century in the year 1900 by Horace and John Dodge. Although Dodge’s founding predates Chrysler’s, as of today, Dodge is actually owned by Chrysler. Dodge became a world renown automaker with the creation of their Charger and Challenger models. Later in 2011, Dodge decided to create two sub divisions: RAM and SRT. Three years later SRT merged back into Dodge. RAM was created so that the Dodge brand could become more of a consumer brand and allow RAM specialize in pick-ups and commercial vehicles. Today the Dodge brand is most heavily recognized for its muscle cars like the Charger and Challenger.
If you are looking for a true American muscle car, lease a Dodge.
Information about Dodge leases:
Leasing company – US Bank
- Lease transfer eligibility: Yes
- Lease buyer credit application Fee: $150
- Lease transfer Fee: $500
- Average time to complete transfer: 7-10 Days
Leasing company – Ally Bank
- Lease transfer eligibility: yes
- Lease buyer credit application Fee: $0
- Lease transfer Fee: $595
- Average time to complete transfer: 4 weeks
Because leasing conditions can change and vary from lease to lease, we recommend that you contact your respective leasing company to confirm transfer eligibility.