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Inside Dodge's New "Do Not Disturb" Mode!

Inside Dodge’s New “Do Not Disturb” Mode!​

Hey Ford! Check This Out...​


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It’s April Fools Day and the Dodge brand treated everyone to a funny meme this morning on its social media site. A picture featuring a ‘Do Not Distrubed’ button where the ‘SRT’ pages button is located on the new 797 horsepower 2021 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody. The picture came along with the text “We finally listened to your neighbors. Introducing the all-new SRT® Do Not Disturb Mode. No more noise complaints”.

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Tin Man 2

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While cute this along with the Dodge commercial featuring kids driving fast cars makes Dodge appear childish. Our muscle cars are not taken seriously by many gear heads and this will not help the image. Making buyers appear as Ya Who’s is not good for the brand.
 

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While cute this along with the Dodge commercial featuring kids driving fast cars makes Dodge appear childish. Our muscle cars are not taken seriously by many gear heads and this will not help the image. Making buyers appear as Ya Who’s is not good for the brand.
Hilarious commercial! One of my favorite on TV right now!
To say Dodge isn't taken seriously? Oh, that's why Dodge is outselling Comaro??
I'll take my Octane Red, WB,Scat Pack with a shaker over the top lime Camaro or Mustang ANYDAY!
 

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While cute this along with the Dodge commercial featuring kids driving fast cars makes Dodge appear childish. Our muscle cars are not taken seriously by many gear heads and this will not help the image. Making buyers appear as Ya Who’s is not good for the brand.

 

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