- 2006 dodge charger srt8 loaded low miles custom one of a kind wheels nav(US $22,500.00)
- 2007 dodge charger r/t hemi htd leather sunroof nav 46k texas direct auto(US $19,780.00)
- 1971 dodge charger 500 / 383 automatic buckets console project car no reserve
- 2010 dodge charger(US $21,384.00)
- Hemi finance gray black leather interior rwd automatic transmission sedan alloys(US $17,355.00)
- 2010 dodge charger sxt rwd, 3.5l v6, new tires, very clean, clean carfax,(US $13,900.00)
- 1969 dodge charger rt
- Very rare-1 of 98-1971 dodge charger r/t-vcode-440-sixpack-air grabber-automatic(US $67,900.00)
- 2008 dodge charger se sedan 4-door 3.5l
- 1970 dodge charger r/t 2-owner # match restored
- We finance!!! 2009 dodge charger srt-8 hemi auto roof nav xenon 20 rims brembo!(US $30,998.00)
- 2006 srt8 dodge charger
- 1971 dodge charger se fully loaded(US $3,900.00)
- 1970 charger 500 hemi daytona clone.(US $65,000.00)
- Alloy wheels hemi navigation rt anti-lock brakes bucket seats sun roof
- New 2013 dodge charger r/t msrp $34620(US $28,799.00)
- 1970 dodge hemi charger. 1 of 56 4 speed cars.
- 2011 dodge charger r/t max, navigation, one owner clean carfax
- 2006 dodge charger police package(US $9,000.00)
- Factory b5 blue w/ white interior - vinyl top 383 big block 727 automatic 8 3/4
- "like new - low mileage" 2006 dodge charger daytona r/t(US $20,600.00)
- Four door sport sedan r/t 5.7 liter hemi v8 five speed automatic warranty
- 2012 dodge charger srt8 6.4l(US $43,947.00)
- 2012 dodge charger srt-8 superbee! automatic! 6.4l v8! new, never titled!(US $40,995.00)
- Charger r/t "500 hp" hemi
- Dodge charger 1971
- 1969 dodge charger
- 2008 dodge charger srt8 super bee
- 2006 dodge charger srt-8! vortech supercharger nav htd-sts xenon exhaust 20"whls(US $26,900.00)
- We finance!!! 2007 dodge charger srt-8 hemi auto nav brembo 20 rims rspoiler cd(US $26,888.00)
- 2008 dodge charger srt-8 hemi htd leather sunroof 27k! texas direct auto(US $27,980.00)
- Leather - chrome 20s - touchscreen stereo
- 2010 dodge charger r/t sedan 4-door 5.7l(US $23,900.00)
- 1970 dodge charger(US $29,950.00)
- 2008 dodge charger se sedan 4-door 3.5l(US $9,800.00)
- 2011 dodge charger se sedan 4-door 3.6l(US $18,225.00)
- 2008 charger, automatic, 3.5l v6, esp, a/c, pw, pl, 85k(US $11,999.00)
- 1968 dodge charger rt 440
- 2009 dodge charger hemi no reserve 5.7l
- 07 police cruiser used on ncis tv series law enforcer
- 1972 standard dodge charger rusty for parts or scrap metal disc brakes glass etc(US $400.00)
- Numbers matching, original sheetmetal '71 hemi charger r/t(US $119,990.00)
- 2011 se sedan rwd black cloth heated lifetime warranty we finance 44k miles
- 1966 dodge charger
- 1970 dodge charger hemi mopar 440 plymouth 1968 1969
- 2011 dodge charger police high speed pursuit package hemi 59k different(US $20,500.00)
- 1968 dodge charger restoration project car -- 30 year nevada car!(US $9,500.00)
- 1968 dodge charger base hardtop 2-door not r/t or hemi
- 1973 dodge charger special edition hardtop 2-door built 440
- Power locks power mirrors power windows automatic
- 2006 dodge charger - rwd 4 door sedan – ex police vehicle
- Custom 2012 dodge charger srt-8--forgiato 24" wheels/custom paint--many extras(US $45,900.00)
- 1970 hemi charger r/t
- Leather spoiler mp3 sirius xm beats audio bluetooth camera navigation alloy rims
- Mp3 sirius xm radio backup camera bluetooth navigation premium wheels power seat
- Sporty mp3 alloy wheels cruise control dual air bags
- 2008 dodge charger 4dr sdn srt8 super bee #884 of 1000 navigation sunroof
- 1968 dodge charger base hardtop 2-door 7.2l
- 2007 dodge charger srt8 superbee
- 06 dodge charger arrington 392 6.4l stroker supercharged methanol stage ii nag(US $27,000.00)
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About Dodge Charger
Popularized by NASCAR dominance and later a hokey TV show, the Dodge Charger is one of America's most revered performance nameplates. Originally an icon of the muscle car era, the Charger has recently been reborn as an affordable performance sedan -- and it's one of the better ones available in this market niche.
The current Dodge Charger may not be the two-door muscle car you remember from the '60s (to the chagrin of traditionalists, it's a sedan), but it does a fine job of being a modern interpretation. As a bonus, the latest Charger has a usable interior and plenty of standard equipment. Think of it as a muscle car the whole family can enjoy.
Current Dodge Charger
The current Dodge Charger is based on the same Mercedes-derived platform used for the Chrysler 300. As such, the Charger has four doors and is a bit larger than the average midsize sedan. Its front-end styling is much more aggressive than the 300C's, and the rear roof line slopes downward in a coupelike fashion.
The current Charger is available in five trim levels: SE, SXT, R/T, SRT8 and SRT8 Superbee. The SE and SRT8 trims are only offered with rear-wheel drive, while the SXT and R/T can be rear-drive or all-wheel drive.
A 3.5-liter 292-horsepower V6 engine that achieves good fuel economy given its output is standard on the SE and SXT. A five-speed automatic is standard on the SE; an eight-speed automatic is optional on the SE and standard on the SXT. Stepping up to the R/T gets you a 370-hp 5.7-liter V8 engine along with a sport-tuned suspension and a variety of luxury, convenience and technology items that are mostly available as options on the V6 trims. The R/T's Super Track Pak gets you additional handling and braking upgrades, including a three-mode adjustable stability control system.
The SRT8 ups the performance ante further by essentially pairing the Super Track Pak items with a 470-hp 6.4-liter V8. It gets an abundance of luxury features standard, but should you be OK with less stuff, the decontented SRT8 Superbee should do the trick. We hope you like yellow or black paint, though, as they are mandatory, along with some not-so-subtle Superbee graphics.
The current Charger scores points not only for the plentiful power output of its big V8 engines, but the ample grunt and decent fuel economy of the entry-level V6 as well. The spacious cabin, improvements in ride quality and interior design also contribute to the overall appeal. There are a couple downsides, notably a lack of rear headroom and lifeless steering, but overall the Dodge Charger is one of the most fun-to-drive large sedans on the market.
Used Dodge Charger Models
The current Dodge Charger was heavily overhauled for 2011. Although it maintained the platform of its predecessor, it is largely a redesigned model. Besides styling changes, interior quality, driving involvement and overall refinement were dramatically improved. Its new V6 engine was also a huge step up from the old six-cylinders. In the current Charger's first year, only the SE and R/T trim levels were available.
Although it's closely related to the current model, the Dodge Charger from 2006-'10 differed in many ways. At its debut, only SE, R/T and SRT8 trims were available. The SE had a 250-hp 3.5-liter V6, while the R/T had a 340-hp version of the current car's 5.7-liter V8. The SRT8 came with a 6.1-liter V8 good for 425 hp. For 2007, a 190-hp 2.7-liter V6 engine became standard on the SE, while the 3.5 became optional.
From 2006-'10 Dodge offered a couple performance packages for the Challenger R/T -- the Daytona and Road/Track packages included sport-tuned suspension and steering. There was a SXT trim level from 2008-'10; it came standard with the 3.5-liter V6. Other notable changes for this period included an improved interior and new features in '08 and an increase to 368 hp for the R/T for '09.
Overall, we were impressed by this revived Charger's spacious cabin, comfy ride, affordable price and available all-wheel drive. Of course, the big V8 was a nice bonus as well. However, the V6 engines were always disappointing, especially the 190-hp 2.7-liter, which was underpowered, inefficient and thus not even a good choice for a rental car. We would avoid it. The cabin also had a low-buck feel (even after the interior was improved for '08), with subpar materials and forgettable design. Rear seat entry was also hampered by the sloping roof line. But overall, this Charger will be a solid choice for a large sedan.
From a historical standpoint, the Dodge Charger originally debuted as a1966 model. This Coronet-based coupe had a unique look, with a sweeping fastback and concealed headlights. But it's the second generation of the Charger that was most popular. This was the one that served as the basis for the winged and race-wining Charger Daytona of 1969 and, later, the bright orange "General Lee" from the 1980s television show The Dukes of Hazzard.
Less popular were three successive generations of Chargers. Third- and fourth-generation models from the 1970s were emasculated by new emissions regulations. A fifth generation, made available from 1982-'87, was a variation of the front-drive Dodge Omni 024 economy hatchback. Near the end of its production, there were sporty, turbocharged versions modified by Carroll Shelby that culminated in the Shelby Charger GLH-S.