This vehicle has awesome power and great looks. Its one of the most enjoyable cars I have ever had. You will get lots of looks with this vehicle so be prepared to tell people about it. Highly recommend this vehicle.
I love my new Charger. Great gas mileage on the highway and in town. It is very roomy, lots of leg room. The only complaint I have with this vehilce is it has a blind spot when back our of a parking spot. I would recommend this vehilce.
Great all-around car for the money. Mine is an AWD version that handles great during the winter months, and has the 345 cubic inch hemi that shuts down 4 of the 8 cylinders during regular (non acceleration) driving. The result is an almost identical MPG of the 6 cylinder version. Pluses: *Great handling *Great acceleration *Decent MPG *Mercedes Benz tranny and frame from the Daimler/Chrysler days *Can be serviced most anywhere in rural areas *Very precise steering-also super sensitive compared to any other car I've driven Minuses: *Turn signal stalk on earlier models--mine included--is at rotten location--fixed on '08s *Too much plastic in the interior--the bean counters at Chrysler took it a little too far...upgraded also on '09s... *Daytona models or any with screaming hemi badges will be police ticket magnets--invest in a good radar detector... Overall, the best bang-for-the-buck of any car that seats 4-5, can use a a family car, then relive your teen years by doing 0-60 under six seconds in...pretty cool. It's no wonder the cops are turning in their old Crown Vics for these cars...
The 2007 Dodge Charger breaks away from the everyday sedan with its loyalty to muscle car designs. Dodge reintroduced the Charger in 2006 with a variety of trim levels; with so many options, long-time fans and newcomers alike will find the right Charger for their needs.
The Dodge Charger was initially introduced in 1966. Production ended five generations later in 1987. It was reintroduced in 2006.
The 2007 Dodge Charger handles great for its size. Though it may feel a bit big and heavy on city streets, the 2007 Dodge Charger feels responsive and precise when turning. The handling may be feel a bit firm at times; it's especially noticeable on uneven roads. Drivers who like to push performance will be delighted to know that the acceleration feels quick and enthusiastic. Together, these qualities make a full-sized sedan that is exciting to drive and breaks away from its segment.
This is one of Dodge's first attempts at bringing the beloved Charger back to American audiences. The sixth generation has solid engine options and stylish details to attract its core audience back to Dodge. Additionally, it's packed with features modern car buyers have come to expect, such as full-power accessories and GPS for the higher-level trims.
The Charger's aggressive demeanor will surely attract drivers who are tired of other full-sized sedans like the Honda Accord or the Ford Taurus. Though both are quite popular, their strengths are in fuel efficiency whereas the Charger is more performance-oriented. The promise of excitement will be more than enough to invite newcomers to test drive this affordable vehicle.
With its rich history of top-of-the-line muscle cars, Dodge's challenge in reintroducing this car model is to ensure the Charger is both true to its past and attractive to modern car buyers. The 2007 Charger came through with that promise - it's modern, fast, and loyal to its legacy. It feels smart and looks tough.
For 2007, Dodge added an extra sports package for all models. It has four trim levels:
Though performance was the focus, all trim levels make an effort to improve fuel efficiency without detracting from acceleration capabilities. Barring trim levels and feature packages, the standard Dodge Charger can be customized further. It's available in gray, black, white, blue, and red throughout each of its trims.
It was important that Dodge nails down performance with the Charger's reintroduction. The final package for all trim levels is a bold sedan with serious horsepower. The 2007 iteration feels incredibly powerful and stands out among other full-sized sedans. Engine options include a brand-new 3.5L V6 engine, which is the standard engine, and has enough horsepower to satisfy most drivers. More powerful V8 engines are also offered for thrillseekers. The V6 is quieter on the road, especially as compared to the V8.
The 2007 Dodge Charger is quite roomy despite its intimidating appearance. The interior is well-organized and comfortable. Even the base model Charger feels a little sporty and is plenty entertaining.