2025 Dodge Stealth: What We Know So Far

August 29th, 2023 by

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There’s something so enticing about a mystery. Most people are drawn to puzzles, enigmas, and secrets, thrilled by the possibility of uncovering the truth. At Hebert’s Town and Country Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Shreveport, Louisiana, we definitely share this fascination with the unknown, especially when it comes to new vehicles. That’s precisely why we are excited to share about the 2025 Dodge Stealth — a vehicle that has been shrouded in mysterious whispers and rumors for quite some time.

To some, the Dodge Stealth may seem familiar; the moniker was originally held by a sleek sports car in the 1990s. However, as the new Stealth emerges from the shadows, it’s being hailed as Dodge’s latest and greatest three-row SUV. This means it’s set to potentially replace the Durango, which has been a staple in the Dodge lineup since 2011.

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Many speculate that the Durango’s departure is imminent, mostly due to the Jeep Grand Cherokee transitioning to the new WL platform. The Durango is still on the older WK2 platform, leaving room for the upgraded Stealth to take the three-row throne. With utility vehicles continuing to be a favored choice among buyers and Dodge’s new commitment to evolving beyond muscle cars, it’s no surprise that Dodge would produce a new modern SUV. 

While the Stealth will most likely be on the WL platform, it’s also being considered for the EV-specific STLA Large platform. Either way, the Stealth will undoubtedly be a part of the industry’s trend towards more sustainable and environmentally-conscious vehicles — similar to the Hornet.

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At its core, the Stealth will probably feature the new Hurricane 3.0-liter twin-turbo I-6 engine, nodding to the legacy of the original Stealth R/T. This engine has already proven it can provide an exhilarating driving experience, so fans of the Hemi V8 won’t be disappointed. Sources also indicate that the Stealth will have a starting price of around $40,000, making it a viable competitor in the family SUV market.

What do you think about the Dodge Stealth so far? Will it be a worthy successor to the Durango? This futuristic SUV is set to go on sale in late 2024, and we can’t wait for it to arrive at Hebert’s Town and Country CDJR in Shreveport, Louisiana. Need something sooner than late 2024? Just tap the link below! 

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