2015 Dodge Charger

Up to 19 MPG city / 31 MPG hwy
$27,995 - $62,295

Yes, the Dodge Charger was once a coupe in the muscle car glory days, but it isn't anymore. The modern four-door is carved up into an SE, SXT, SXT Plus, three different R/Ts, and the big-kahuna SRT8 models. The bottom of the lineup starts with a 292-horsepower 3.6-liter V-6 (300 hp on SXT and SXT Plus with Rallye Appearance Group and Blacktop Package) and mates it to a five- or eight-speed automatic transmission. An available 370-hp 5.7-liter Hemi V-8 is the next rung on the ladder for R/Ts, but then the car defaults to a five-speed auto. Furthermore, there are the AWD Sport models designed for the Snow Belt dwellers experienced with driving in inclement weather conditions. And we can't forget the non-sport all-wheel drive offerings too. If there's one thing the Charger isn't short on, it's trims, options, and packages. Sitting at the mountain peak, the Charger SRT8 has the biggest engine of all: a 392-cubic-inch (6.4-liter) V-8 with 470 hp and 470 lb-ft. Additional SRT8 enhancements like an adaptive damping suspension and a launch-control system contribute to the performance atmosphere. The "stripper" Charger SRT8 Super Bee, invoking the famous insect, forgoes the fancy suspension and focuses on the core performance basics. See more... See Less

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall Rating
Pros Cons
Performance and the sound of exhaust Gas mileage - but i expected that, it's a v8
Exterior design looks sharp- eye catcher 8 speed transmission lag when you step on the gas
Smoothness of acceleration is wonderful Needs a little more power
Handling is incredible! love, love, love driving this car! Hate the spoiler - no need for it without the hemi
Vehicle exterior: a cool car. just looks great. Paint job. not as good as my dakota. some small flaws.
Performance. it gives me feel of being on my motorcycle Visibility back right - vision a little blocked
Eco display lets me know when im driving in the range to save on fuel Trunk - needs a grab handle or something
Performance - exception power/ handling plus good mileage Rear windows fog up and are hard to clear
Safety features - blindside mirrors & adaptive cruise control Front door opens too wide, making it hard to close.
Interior - ergonomically correct, great seats, quiet, feels solid Hard to tell what gear its shifting to; must look carefully