2008 Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger DUB Edition

The 2008 “DUB Edition” Chrysler 300 Touring and Dodge Charger SXT models will make their debut today at the Atlanta Auto Show. These special “DUB Edition” vehicles may be ordered today at Chrysler and Dodge dealers and will arrive later this spring.

Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger DUB Edition

Both models are powered by a 250-horsepower 3.5-liter V-6 engine with a five-speed automatic transmission with Auto Stick. All 2008 “DUB Edition” models feature a performance-tuned suspension as well as Electronic Stability Program (ESP) with Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) and Brake Assist.

The limited production run of the 2008 “DUB Edition” Chrysler 300 Touring and Dodge Charger SXT includes 1,385 Chrysler models and 2,180 Dodge Dodge models for the U.S. Both models will be built at Brampton Assembly Plant in Brampton, Ontario. Production begins next month and Chrysler and Dodge dealers are now taking orders. MSRP for the 2008 “DUB Edition” Chrysler 300 Chrysler 300 Touring is $33,140, which includes destination. MSRP for the 2008 “DUB Edition” Dodge Charger SXT is $30,235, which includes destination.

“We know our customers are passionate about their vehicles, so partnering with automotive industry lifestyle gurus at DUB Magazine enables us to offer special-edition vehicles like these through our dealerships,” said Deborah Meyer – Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Chrysler LLC. “Loaded with unique interior and exterior features or ‘bling,’ the ‘DUB Edition’ Chrysler 300 Touring and Dodge Charger SXT models make a bold statement.”

Chrome accents complement the intrepid exterior styling of the 2008 “DUB Edition” Chrysler 300 Touring and Dodge Charger SXT vehicles, including chrome mirror caps—a first on a Dodge vehicle—and a MOPAR® chrome honeycomb grille. The “DUB Edition” Chrysler 300 Touring models also feature chrome exterior door handles and side mirror caps. Special “DUB Edition” badges appear in three locations on the exterior of the vehicle: the deck lid and the passenger- and driver-side front doors. In addition, each 2008 “DUB Edition” Dodge Charger SXT also features a body-color spoiler and fog lamps.

Both models are equipped with 20-inch aluminum wheels with 245/45R20 all-season performance tires.

“DUB Edition” Chrysler 300 Touring and Dodge Charger SXT models are available in Inferno Red, Brilliant Black, Bright Silver and Cool Vanilla. The “DUB Edition” Dodge Charger SXT is also available in Dark Titanium.

"Working on a special edition production vehicle with Chrysler and Dodge is a great opportunity for the DUB brand,” said DUB’s President and Co-Founder, Myles Kovacs. "The Dodge Charger Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 Chrysler 300 are hot vehicles to begin with. Once people see the 20-inch wheels and listen to the 13-speaker KICKER surround-sound system, they’ll feel like they’re in a show car, but with a factory-backed warranty."

Inside, the Dark Slate Gray interior of the 2008 “DUB Edition” Chrysler 300 Touring and Dodge Charger SXT models features leather-trimmed seats, embossed with the notable DUB logo. Premium-weight floor mats are also embossed with the DUB logo. The “DUB Edition” Dodge Charger SXT also features a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter knob.

A MyGIG Multimedia Infotainment System with AM/FM/CD/DVD/HDD/MP3 radio in both models provides cutting-edge entertainment technology. In addition, the 13-speaker KICKER surround-sound system with a 322-watt KICKER amplifier provides excellent sound quality. The “DUB Edition” Dodge Dodge Charger SXT also features a 200-watt KICKER subwoofer and the “DUB Edition” Chrysler 300 Touring features a 100-watt KICKER subwoofer.


10 comments:

It looks like a classic car, maybe the style should be reinvented to a more futuristic look that fits best for a luxury car.

This 2008 Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger DUB Edition looks fine to me.
However, I am not satisfied with its engine power. This vehicle needs a serious update.

The single frame grille of the car has been an iconic for the Chrysler. I haven’t heard any future plan for this car. I wonder if they have any entry in the Frankfurt Motor Show.

I don’t think that the red paint job looks impressive on this car. And the figure performance of the car is kind of less powerful. Aside from the updated exterior of the car I would love to see an upgraded engine for the car.

The traditional look of Chrysler is lame. I never seen them made changes in their platform and I think everyone want a newer face for this car.

Well, I think this car is kind of less powerful compare to the v6 technology that can produced a total power output of 300 hp, that’s 50 hp less. Anyways, when it comes to the look I really feel bored with the styling of this car.

It also helps you can slap a baby seat in the back without doing contortions. Chrysler just doesn’t like coupes these days, either. I’d expect the Sebring to be the last one for the for see able future. (The Viper don’t count.)

The GTO has two doors, and the charm of a doorstop. Its styling is so ’90s, you can smell the Clinton on it. The bar-of-soap-in-the-shower thing is so long gone.

And as much as I hate to admit it, entertaining performance in a four-door package gets my buy over a cooler but more impractical coupe, unless I can suddenly afford a second car…

that was a simple custom by dub, but sometimes making a car simple is just making it more elegant and class.

I think Dodge should restore the old or vintage style of the charger, I think it’ll be a hit in the market if they restore it.

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