The Dodge DG Series is an automobile that was made by Dodge. It is the larger sister of the DC Series and was introduced in January 1931.

The car had a side-valve eight-cylinder engine with a capacity of 3938cc. This gave an output of 84hp (62 kW). Power was driven through a single dry clutch and a three-speed transmission (with floor shift), delivering power the rear wheels.

All four wheels had hydraulic brakes and the wheelbase was 3004mm. Body styles offered included a four-door sedan, a two-door coupe and a two-door convertible. The DG chassis was available for those customers who wanted to use an out-of-house coachbuilder.

From July 1931 the cabriolet was no longer offered and instead a four-door Phaeton and two other coupes were offered.

In January 1932 the DK Series replaced DG Series.