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2018 Dodge Charger

4 GT Plus Sedan3.6L V6AWD8A6.4 sec14.9 sec @ 95 mph18/27/20 mpgCar and Driver

2017 Dodge Charger

Daytona Sedan5.7L V8RWD8A5.1 sec13.7 sec @ 105 mph16/25/18 mpgCar and Driver

2016 Dodge Charger

SRT Hellcat Sedan6.2L Supercharger V8RWD8A4.2 sec12.1 sec @ 123.4 mph13/22/14.9 mpgMotor Trend
SXT Blacktop Sedan3.6L V6RWD8A6.2 sec14.7 sec @ 96 mph19/31/21 mpgCar and Driver
SXT Blacktop Sedan3.6L V6RWD8A6.4 sec14.8 sec @ 94.9 mph19/31/---- mpgMotor Trend

2015 Dodge Charger

Pursuit Sedan5.7L V8AWD8A5.2 sec13.8 sec @ 103 mph15/23/16 mpgCar and Driver
R/T Sedan5.7L V8RWD8A5.1 sec13.6 sec @ 105 mph16/25/18 mpgCar and Driver
R/T Sedan5.7L V8RWD8A5.6 sec14.0 sec @ 103 mph16/25/21.2 mpgMotor Week
R/T Scat Pack Sedan6.4L V8RWD8A4.1 sec12.4 sec @ 115 mph15/25/17 mpgCar and Driver
R/T Scat Pack Sedan6.4L V8RWD8A4.2 sec12.6 sec @ 113.8 mph15/25/---- mpgMotor Trend
SRT Hellcat Sedan6.2L Supercharger V8RWD8A3.4 sec11.4 sec @ 128 mph13/22/13 mpgCar and Driver
SRT Hellcat Sedan6.2L Supercharger V8RWD8A3.7 sec11.8 sec @ 124.3 mph13/22/17.6 mpgMotor Trend
SRT Hellcat Sedan6.2L Supercharger V8RWD8A4.0 sec12.1 sec @ 124 mph13/22/---- mpgMotor Week

2013 Dodge Charger

SRT8 392 Sedan6.4L V8RWD5A4.2 sec12.6 sec @ 114 mph14/23/17 mpgCar and Driver
SXT Sedan3.6L V6RWD8A6.4 sec15.0 sec @ 97 mph19/31/22 mpgCar and Driver

2012 Dodge Charger

Pursuit Police Package5.7L V8RWD5A5.2 sec13.9 sec @ 103 mph16/25/17 mpgCar and Driver
Pursuit Police Package5.7L V8RWD5A5.6 sec14.1 sec @ 102 mph16/25/---- mpgMotor Trend
SRT8 Sedan6.4L V8RWD5A4.6 sec13.1 sec @ 110 mph14/23/17 mpgCar and Driver
SRT8 Sedan6.4L V8RWD5A4.3 sec12.8 sec @ 115.5 mph14/23/---- mpgMotor Trend
SRT8 Sedan6.4L V8RWD5A4.9 sec12.9 sec @ 110 mph14/23/---- mpgMotor Week
SRT8 Super Bee Sedan6.4L V8RWD5A4.2 sec12.6 sec @ 115 mph14/23/17 mpgCar and Driver
SRT8 Super Bee Sedan6.4L V8RWD5A4.4 sec12.8 sec @ 112.6 mph14/23/---- mpgMotor Trend
SXT Plus Sedan3.6L V6RWD8A6.7 sec15.3 sec @ 95 mph19/31/20 mpgCar and Driver
SXT Plus Sedan3.6L V6RWD8A6.6 sec15.1 sec @ 95.2 mph19/31/---- mpgMotor Trend

2011 Dodge Charger

Rallye Plus Sedan3.6L V6RWD5A7.2 sec15.7 sec @ 94 mph18/27/20 mpgCar and Driver
Rallye Plus Sedan3.6L V6RWD5A7.3 sec15.6 sec @ 93.5 mph18/27/---- mpgMotor Trend
R/T Sedan5.7L V8RWD5A5.2 sec13.8 sec @ 104 mph16/25/16 mpgCar and Driver
R/T Sedan5.7L V8RWD5A5.3 sec13.9 sec @ 103.6 mph16/25/---- mpgMotor Trend

2008 Dodge Charger

R/T Sedan5.7L V8RWD5A5.7 sec14.3 sec @ 100 mph15/23/16 mpgCar and Driver
R/T Sedan5.7L V8RWD5A5.5 sec14.1 sec @ 102 mph15/23/---- mpgMotor Trend
SRT8 Sedan6.1L V8RWD5A4.8 sec13.2 sec @ 109 mph13/18/---- mpgCar and Driver

2007 Dodge Charger

Police Package5.7L V8RWD5A5.6 sec14.2 sec @ 99.4 mph15/23/---- mpgMotor Trend

2006 Dodge Charger

Police Package5.7L V8RWD5A6.0 sec14.6 sec @ 97 mph15/23/16 mpgCar and Driver
Police Package5.7L V8RWD5A6.1 sec14.8 sec @ 97 mph15/23/---- mpgMotor Week
R/T Sedan5.7L V8RWD5A5.6 sec14.2 sec @ 101 mph15/23/19 mpgCar and Driver
R/T Sedan5.7L V8RWD5A5.7 sec14.3 sec @ 99.5 mph15/23/---- mpgMotor Trend
R/T Sedan5.7L V8RWD5A5.9 sec14.1 sec @ 100.9 mph15/23/---- mpgMotor Trend
SRT8 Sedan6.1L V8RWD5A5.0 sec13.5 sec @ 106.3 mph13/18/---- mpgMotor Trend
SRT8 Sedan6.1L V8RWD5A5.0 sec13.4 sec @ 104 mph13/18/---- mpgMotor Week

1985 Dodge Charger

Shelby 3-door Hatchback2.2L Turbo I-4FWD5M7.9 sec16.0 sec @ 86 mph17/26/25 mpgMotor Week

1971 Dodge Charger

SE Coupe7.2L V8RWD3A6.5 sec14.8 sec @ 95.7 mph----/----/---- mpgCar and Driver

1969 Dodge Charger

Daytona Hemi Coupe7.0L V8RWD4M5.5 sec13.9 sec @ 105 mph----/----/---- mpgMotor Trend

1968 Dodge Charger

R/T 440 Coupe7.2L V8RWD3A6.5 sec14.9 sec @ 95.5 mph----/----/---- mpgMotor Trend
R/T Hemi Coupe7.0L V8RWD3A4.8 sec13.5 sec @ 105 mph----/----/---- mpgCar and Driver

About Dodge Charger

When you are looking for a large and affordable car, the name Dodge Charger is sure to pop up on your list. Created by the Dodge division of Chrysler, this car has been a popular name in the era of muscle cars.

In the 60’s it was distinguished by its two-door muscle car persona. But, over the years it has transformed into a good performance sedan that comes with a fair price tag.

The present version of the car is created on the Chrysler LX platform and was designed to be reminiscent of the original Chargers from 1960s and 1970s.

The car is available with V6 and V8 engines as well as 6 speed manual and 8 speed automatic transmissions. In addition, it is also available with AWD system for those that like the extra grip in all weather conditions.

The Muscle Car for The Family

Dodge Charger 0-60Muscle cars by nature are epitome of brute strength and power, and not really too high on the space and comfort level. Dodge Charger is indeed a big car. And it has almost all the characteristics of muscle cars. Yet, it poses as the comfortable family sedan.

You get an option of either a V8 or V6 engine, both of which are known for their power. This big sports sedan gives a fuel economy of around 19 mpg city and 31 mpg highway, depending on the model.

The V8 version of the car covers 0 to 60 mph distance in as little as 4.1 seconds and quarter mile at 12.4 seconds. But the Hellcat version enhances that 0 to 60 time to only 3.4 seconds and quarter mile at just 11.4 seconds.

Even though it is a fast car, it must be noted that Dodge Charger was not made with speed in mind. This creation of Chrysler was made more on the thoughts of fuel economy. When you are running at 70 mph, you will find the engine turning at only 1500 RPM. This leads to a great highway fuel economy and hence this car is a perfectly affordable and practical car for a family.

A Legend in Itself

As stated before, the Dodge Charger is one of the most popular creations of Chrysler. Since most affordable sedans are front-wheel drive only, the rear-wheel drive sets the Charger apart from the rest.

The latest model of this car comes with a bundle of technological goodies. You get the Uconnect touchscreen infotainment system along with Bluetooth, Sirius satellite radio, heated leather seats both in front and rear, an anti-roll bar in the rear, an audio system, and much more. You can also add additional features such as the sunroof as well.

Overall, this particular car is a delight for everyone to drive.

There is a slight power niggle when it comes to transmission calibration as well as power delivery. If that had not been there then this car would have been perfect. Dodge Charger is still a very good choice for a car, when it comes to the muscle car sedans.

For more information about the Dodge Charger, visit the official Dodge website.

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