Dodge has committed resources to the enhancement of their smaller vehicle portfolio in 2007. The Dodge Caliber is introduced as the brand's new entry-level product. A radical replacement for the Dodge Neon compact sedan, the Caliber is positioned as a crossover-like wagon providing ample cargo and passenger space. For fans of traditional sport utility vehicles, Dodge introduces a compact-sized entrant called the Nitro. For 2007, all-wheel drive becomes an option on the Dodge Charger. A stylish, limited edition version of the Dodge Charger SRT-8, the Super Bee will be sold featuring an exterior with Detonator Yellow and black decal work. For 2007, an all-new Dodge Sprinter features a larger space for greater cargo or passenger room. Offered with gasoline and diesel engine power, the 2007 Sprinter also includes an Adaptive ESP system for improved safety. Dodge's mid-sized car and Viper supercar skips a production year in 2007 ahead of a brand-new model planned for 2008.
A five-passenger full-size sports sedan, the 2007 Dodge Charger harkens back stylistically to a time of American muscle cars but is loaded with more modern and efficient technology for today's drivers.