The Dodge Power Brokers network has launched in the United States with nearly 100 dealerships in 34 states, with expansion planned for the coming months.

The network is the exclusive source for Dodge’s new line of Direct Connection performance parts.

According to information from parent company Stellantis, certified Dodge Power Brokers dealership personnel meet high standards of in-depth knowledge and expertise of Dodge vehicle features, performance parts and their installation.

Direct Connection Modern Performance parts installed/replaced by a Dodge Power Brokers dealer on a Dodge vehicle retain the three-year/36,000-mile base limited warranty on new vehicles and the five-year/60,000-mile limited warranty on the group powerplant. says the company.

A new online homepage at will allow Direct Connection performance products to be ordered through the Dodge Power Brokers dealer network.

Direct Connection includes a line of over 200 parts, including 14 production Dodge Challenger performance kits, 13 race-ready kits and four graphics packages for the Dodge Challenger Mopar Drag Pak, and Tuner and Stage kits to increase horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye and Challenger SRT Hellcat.

“Today marks an important milestone for our brand – the Dodge Power Brokers dealer network and are up and running and ready to accept orders for Dodge factory-warranty Direct Connection performance parts,” said Tim Kuniskis. , CEO of the Dodge – Stellantis brand.

“Dodge Power Brokers are not only the exclusive source for direct connect parts, but these dealerships have trained staff to guide enthusiasts through potential direct connect performance upgrades and then manage the installation of parts to direct connection, while maintaining the vehicle warranty. The network is rolling out with an initial group of nearly 100 dealers – that number will only grow.

A complete list of the initial Dodge Power Brokers dealer network is available at Enthusiasts can view the list and also find the nearest Dodge Power Brokers dealership at


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