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About The Dodge Charger

Vehicle Summary

The Dodge Charger is a great American icon. While the original Chargers were two-door muscle cars, the most recent models (2006–present) have been full-size four-door sedans that still keep that muscle-car spirit alive. 

Aggressive styling, exciting engine choices, and an emphasis on performance mean the Dodge Charger lives up to its name while also offering the space and comfort of a full-size sedan. This makes for a very unique and appealing package. 

Are you a professional looking for an executive car that feels a little out of left field? Or are you on the lookout for the perfect highway cruiser that can also bring more passengers along for the ride than other muscle cars? Perhaps you want an exciting muscle-car-driving experience but have a young family and also require a full-size car to transport everyone? The Dodge Charger is the car that checks all the right boxes. 

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FAQ

Q: Is there a V8 AWD Charger?

A: Yes. From 2007 to 2014, Dodge offered at least one V8 all-wheel-drive-package combination. However, since 2015, AWD has been limited to the V6-only SE or SXT trim packages, so be aware that if you want an all-wheel-drive V8 Charger, look for models between the years 2007 and 2014. 

Q: When did they stop making the Dodge Charger?

A: They haven't! The Dodge Charger is still being made to this day, with a 2020 model on the horizon. The Charger name has disappeared a few times down the years, from 1977 to 1982 and from 1987 to 2006, but after the 2006 reintroduction via the Chrysler 300 platform, the Dodge Charger has remained in production ever since. 

Q: What kind of mileage does the Dodge Charger get?

A: For a full-size sedan and powerful muscle car, you might be surprised at the Dodge Charger's fuel figures. For the 2018 Dodge Charger, the base 3.6L V6 engine with eight-speed automatic transmission can give an EPA-estimated 23 mpg combined—and an EPA-estimated 17 mpg when running on E85 fuel.1 

For the V8 models, the 2018 Dodge Charger can get an EPA-estimated 19 mpg when equipped with the 5.7L HEMI V8 engine, and an EPA-estimated 18 mpg when equipped with the top-level 6.4L V8 engine.1 

Q: How fast are Dodge Chargers?

A: Looking at the 2019 model year, even the base SXT's 3.6L V6 engine is capable of 292 hp, and the GT had a slightly higher 300-hp output from the same V6 engine. As for the V8s, you won't be disappointed. The R/T model's 5.7L V8 engine is rated at 370 hp with a manufacturer-claimed 0–60-time of 6.0 seconds when new. With the R/T Scat Pack, that's upped to 485 hp and an estimated 0–60-time of 4.5 seconds when new. Then there's the top-of-the-range Hellcat, packing a 6.2L supercharged V8 with 707 hp and, according to the manufacturer, it'll do 0–60 mph in 3.7 seconds when new—impressive for a full-size sedan.

1 Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates when vehicles sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov for details.

Dodge Charger Trim Configurations

2014 Dodge Charger Trim Configurations

Starting with the last model year of the sixth generation, the 2014 Dodge Charger is available in five trim levels: SE, SXT, R/T, SRT8, and SRT8 Super Bee. 

SE

  • 3.6L V6 Pentastar engine and five-speed automatic transmission 
  • 17-inch alloy wheels 
  • Keyless entry and ignition 
  • Climate control 
  • Cruise control 

SXT

  • Eight-speed automatic transmission 
  • Fog lamps 
  • Heated front seats 
  • Bluetooth audio and phone connectivity 
  • Several options-packages are available, including the Plus package, Rallye Appearance Group, Navigation Group, and Driver Confidence Group 

R/T 

  • 5.7L HEMI V8 with five-speed transmission 
  • 18-inch wheels 
  • Xenon headlamps 
  • Sport seating with cloth upholstery 
  • Several options-packages available, including the Plus package, the Road and Track package, and the Super Track Pak. 

Both R/T and SXT trims also have three extra options-packages available: the Blacktop package, the Redline package, and the AWD Sport package which adds all-wheel drive 

SRT8

  • 6.4L V8 engine 
  • Adaptive sport suspension 
  • Stability control 
  • Launch control 
  • Includes the R/T-Plus-package, Driver-Convenience, and Driver-Confidence-Group features as standard 

SRT8 Super Bee

  • Slightly stripped-back version of the SRT8 trim—no 19-speaker sound system or the enhanced 8.4-inch touchscreen interface, for example 
  • 20-inch wheels 
  • Unique Super Bee graphics 
  • Silver cloth upholstery 

2015 Dodge Charger Trim Configurations

The first year of the new seventh-generation Dodge Charger features a range of trim packages: SE, SXT, R/T, R/T Road and Track, R/T Scat Pack, SRT 392, and SRT Hellcat. 

SE

  • Largely unchanged from 2014, except with manual air conditioning instead of climate control, and no cruise control 

SXT

  • Also similar to 2014 
  • 18-inch wheels 
  • Dual-zone automated climate control 
  • An upgraded 8.4-inch touchscreen interface featuring Uconnect® Access 

Various optional packages available: the Plus package, the Premium package, and the Rallye pack 

R/T

  • 5.7L HEMI V8 comes standard 
  • Sport exhaust and suspension 
  • Rear spoiler 
  • SXT's features as standard 

R/T Road And Track 

  • Includes all the R/T features 
  • Limited-slip differential 
  • Launch control 
  • Dodge Performance Pages system 
  • Three-mode stability control 

R/T Scat Pack 

  • 6.4L V8 engine 
  • Enhanced Brembo brakes 
  • Three-mode power steering 
  • Cloth sport seats 
  • Removes some of the R/T-Road-and-Track-package comfort features such as ventilated front seats 

SRT 392

  • 6.4L V8 engine with uprated horsepower 
  • Even more enhanced Brembo brakes 
  • Forged alloy wheels with Pirelli sport tires 
  • Adaptive suspension systems 
  • All features from R/T Road and Track 
  • Harmon Kardon® 16-speaker sound system 

SRT Hellcat

  • Supercharged 6.2L V8 producing just over 700 hp (when new from manufacturer) 
  • Heat-extracting hood vents 
  • Keyless power-limiter remote and full-power key fob 
  • Blind-spot monitoring 
  • Unique Hellcat exterior and interior appearance features 

From new, both SRT packages also come with the chance to take part in a one-day SRT driving school 

2016 Dodge Charger Trim Configurations

The same selection of trims is largely unchanged from 2015, with a few exceptions. 

SXT & R/T

  • Both now have the optional Blacktop appearance package available 

SRT 392 & SRT Hellcat

  • Both SRT models now include an optional 19-speaker Harmon Kardon® sound system. 

2017 Dodge Charger Trim Configurations

Some small tweaks to the lineup for 2017: R/T Road and Track is replaced by the Daytona package, a Daytona 392 package is also added, as well as slots in between the R/T Scat Pack and SRT 392. 

Daytona

  • All features from the R/T's Premium-Group optional package as standard. 
  • Faux-suede and leather upholstery 
  • Sports suspension 
  • Forged alloy wheels

Daytona 392

  • This trim combines the R/T Scat Pack and Daytona features as standard. 

2018 Dodge Charger Trim Configurations

Some major changes for 2018: SE and SXT are replaced by SXT and SXT Plus, and GT and GT Plus are added as all-wheel-drive-specific trims. 

SXT

  • Carries over the SE's standard features from 2017 
  • Optional Blacktop appearance package available featuring 20-inch wheels, sport suspension, and a rear spoiler 

SXT Plus

  • Carries over the 2017 SXT's features 
  • Includes the Blacktop package as an option, as well as the Super Track Pak 

GT

  • Includes the SXT Plus' features as standard 
  • All-wheel drive 

GT Plus

  • Includes all the GT's features as standard 
  • Blind-spot monitoring 
  • Xenon headlights 
  • Ventilated front seats and heated rear seats, both leather 

The V8 trim levels—R/T and upwards—are largely unchanged from 2017. 

2019 Dodge Charger Trim Configurations

For 2019, the list of trim configurations for the Dodge Charger is condensed down to five trim levels: SXT, GT, R/T, Scat Pack, and SRT Hellcat. All-wheel drive is available on the SXT and GT trims only. 

SXT

  • The base SXT trim remains unchanged from 2018 
  • All-wheel-drive SXT adds an upgraded V6 engine as well as features from the 2018 SXT and GT trims 

GT

  • Combines 2018 GT and GT Plus features 

R/T

  • Combines the GT features as standard 
  • Also adds a 5.7L HEMI V8 

Scat Pack

  • Consolidates the 2018 Daytona and Scat Pack features into one trim 

Dodge Charger Vs Similar Cars

Being a performance-orientated muscle car at heart, the Dodge Charger has always had two main rivals—the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro. Both of these have enjoyed successful comebacks in the 2000s like the Charger, along with the Dodge Challenger. As the only sedan out of the four, how does the modern Charger compare to its age-old rivals? 

Dodge Charger vs Dodge Challenger

Looking at both the Dodges first, both have almost identical engine choices and trim levels - including SRT Hellcat options for both - so choosing between the two can be tricky. Both get almost identical fuel economy too - for example, both cars get an EPA-estimated 23mpg combined when in base trim with the 3.6L V6 engine and eight-speed automatic transmission.1 The main difference is in looks and body style; both have 16 cubic-ft of luggage volume, but the Charger manages 105 cubic-ft of passenger volume versus 94 cubic-ft for the Challenger. 

Dodge Charger vs Chevrolet Camaro 

Once again, it's hard to choose between the Dodge Charger and Chevrolet Camaro, even going so far as to both have similar 6.2L supercharged V8 engine options at the top of the range in their 2018 models. 

Both get an EPA-estimated 23mpg from their base 3.6L V6 engines, with the 2018 Charger just edging things at the top of the range as the SRT Hellcat manages an EPA-estimated 16mpg from its 6.2L supercharged engine, compared to an estimated 15mpg from the top-of-the-line 2018 Camaro ZL1 and its 6.2L supercharged engine.1 

Once again, the 2018 Charger holds the advantage in capacity; the 105 cubic-ft of passenger volume and 16 cubic-ft of luggage volume versus the Camaro's 77 cubic-ft of passenger volume and just eight cubic-ft of luggage volume. 

Dodge Charger vs Ford Mustang 

Finally, let's look at the Charger versus the muscle car icon, the Ford Mustang. Again, things are fairly similar, although the 2018 Mustang only has two engine options - the 2.3L four-cylinder EcoBoost engine and the 5.0L V8, compared to the 2018 Charger's selection of 3.6L V6, 5.7L V8, 6.4L V8 and 6.2L supercharged V8 in the Hellcat. 

What the Mustang lacks in engine options it does make up for in fuel economy - an EPA-estimated 25mpg combined from the base-level 2.3L EcoBoost engine, and an estimated 19mpg from the top-line 5.0L V8 engine.1 

The Mustang has 83 cubic-ft of passenger volume and 13 cubic-ft for luggage, comparing favorably to the Charger with 105 cubic-ft of passenger volume and 16 cubic-ft of luggage volume. 

1 Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates when vehicles sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov for details.

Reliability Research

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Above Average

RepairPal gave the Dodge Charger an overall reliability rating of 4 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Above Average. This rating ranks the Dodge Charger 13th out of 14 among Fullsize Cars.

  • Cost RepairPal reports that the average total annual cost for repairs and maintenance on a Dodge Charger is $500, compared to an average of $453 for Fullsize Cars and $556 for all the vehicles RepairPal considered in its dataset.
  • Frequency According to RepairPal, Dodge Charger owners bring their vehicles into a repair shop for unscheduled repairs an average of 0.9 times per year, compared to an average of 0.8 times for Fullsize Cars and 1.4 times for all the vehicle models RepairPal considered in its dataset.
  • Severity RepairPal reported that the probability of a repair being a severe or major issue is 12% for the Dodge Charger, compared to an average of 11% for Fullsize Cars and 12% for all the vehicles RepairPal considered in its dataset.

RepairPal Reliability Ratings are based on the actual cost, frequency, and severity of unscheduled repairs and maintenance on make/model data for select 2006-2020 vehicles. The reliability of a specific vehicle may vary depending on its maintenance and driving history, model year, trim, and features.

*RepairPal Reliability Ratings are provided by RepairPal and CarMax is not responsible for their accuracy. These ratings are based on RepairPal Reliability data as of 09/01/2021. Learn more.

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Reviews for Dodge Charger

Overall Rating

4.6 out of 5 (260 reviews)

Very nice car. A little sporty but mostly luxurious. Not at a terribly high price either. GET YOURS!

It really is a smooth car. It isn't bad on gas at all. It is very spacious, and I can appreciate that because I am a big dude. And I am a sucker for the interior lighting. Beautiful. And blue is my favorite color. But most of all, the radio/Sirius XM/BlueTooth/I love it all!!! Head unit it has. Even though I don't have the latest version (which is why I didn't mention the GPS... I don't have it) it is still a beautiful thing. I love it. And the voice control? Oh man! You just can't beat it. Sure wish I could get the latest updated head unit without having to pay $1,800 - $2,000 tho! Hint-Hint. Lol! No really, it's a great car.

Pros

  • Reliability: I've had it well over a year now. 4 seasons and nothing major to repair. Sounds like a "Reliable Source" to me!
  • Technology and Entertainment: The head unit is theeee greatest...EVER!

Cons

  • Value: I don't like the automatic, and immediate, downfall of any vehicle's value. Boo Hoo!
  • Power: It still doesn't have the "GET UP" like the V-8... but if I want the Hemy I gotta pay that extra doe, huh? Lol. So no real complaint there.
  • Dashboard: No really... I love the whole entire dashboard. I just want an updated/current version of the radio head unit, screen. GPS and all that.

- Anonymous , 2011 Dodge Charger

Excellent muscle car with good visibility and a great price!

I absolutely love this car. I went with the base model because it already acme loaded with so many features. It's size and power remind me o the old muscle cars of the 60's and 70's. The way it floats down the highway reminds me of my grandmothers old Thunderbird. Some people might not like that, but I love feeling like I am driving a tank and I love that my MPG doesn't suffer for it. I drive 70+ miles a day back-and-forth to work, and it truly is my favorite time of the day. The car is a real head-turner.

Pros

  • Fuel Economy: I thnk people tend to forget that the Charger is a muscle car, and any muscle car that can get 28 MPG on the highway is impressive.
  • Interior Space: I really wanted the Challenger, but after seeign the difference in space, it was a no-brainer
  • Power: I don't always have a lead foot, but for those times that I do, it never disappoints

Cons

  • Technology and Entertainment: Not what I would consider a true con, but it doesn't support blue tooth
  • Weather Versatility: I have noticed that in inclement weather, the rear end tends to try and get away from you

- Anonymous , 2013 Dodge Charger

Features Features Features!!

I love my AWD R/T. There aren't very many of the AWD versions with V8's, so if you can get one, jump on it! The power is always ready to go as soon as your foot is, and the brakes are great even stock. Upgrades are easy to find and install yourself, plus appropriately priced. I think the main reason I would recommend this car is all the features it comes with. Not many cars come with Heated and Ventilated seats AND heated and ventilated cupholders! I always receive compliments on the room and comfort of the backseat, plus the heated rear seats are something you aren't going to find in many other cars, especially at this price range.

Pros

  • Weather Versatility: AWD with V8 power is rare, and appreciated
  • Technology and Entertainment: Uconnect 8.4 is one of the best in the industry
  • Value: You won't find all these features in any other car in this price range

Cons

  • Fuel Economy: Eco mode/Cyl Deactivation helps, but a V8 is a V8
  • Visibility: the styling of the car leads to a big blind spot near the C pillar

- Lane Rogers, 2014 Dodge Charger

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