The Dodge DL Series was a car made by Dodge. It was the successor of the DH Series and was introduced in January 1932.

The car had a side-valve six-cylinder engine with a capacity of 3569cc.The stroke was extended (compared to its predecessor) by 1/8in. The engine was able to produce 79bhp (58 kW) at 3,400rpm. Power was sent to the rear wheels via a single-plate dry clutch and a three-speed transmission (with floor shift). A semi-automatic gearbox could be supplied on request in which a vacuum-actuated clutch was automatically activated when changing gears.

The chassis grew was 2,908mm long. Body styles available included a four-door sedan, a two-door coupe with 2 or 4 seats and a two two-door convertible (based on the coupe or sedan). The DL chassis was available for those customers who wanted to use an out-of-house coachbuilder.

In November 1932 the DL Series was replaced with the DP Series.