The Dodge DH Series was a car made by Dodge. It was the successor of the Senior and was first unveiled in November 1930.
The car had a side-valve six-cylinder engine with a capacity of 3466cc. This gave an output of 68bhp (50 kW). Power was driven through a single dry clutch and a three-speed transmission (with floor shift), delivering power to the rear wheels.
All four wheels had hydraulic brakes and the wheelbase was 2896mm. Body styles included a four-door Phaeton, a four-door sedan, two-door coupe, a two-door cabriolet and a roadster were all offered. The DH chassis was also available for those customers who wanted to use an out-of-house coachbuilder.
As of July 1931, a more powerful engine with 74bhp (54.4 kW) was offered.
In January 1932 the DH Series was replaced by the DL Series.