This car makes me feel younger and it is a nice ride my kids love it they think I'm a cool mom. But to be honest I have always wanted a Dodge charger but really didn't like the cut but this model year the cut off the car sold me for me is about the ride and the body style. Love it!
This car drives great. Plenty of room and very comfortable. We have had many problems with the electronics in the car. The computer in the center of the dash had to be replaced. Sensors at the wheels had to be replaced. And the Bluetooth module went out. Also, insurance costs were very high.
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.
Since their inception, muscle cars have transformed ordinary drives into adventures. Their beefy V8 engines, impressive performance characteristics, and aggressive stances make enthusiastic owners think up new reasons to grab their keys and take their next drive. If you want to reignite your passion for driving and experience the best muscle car the world currently has to offer, you’ll need to wade through the abundant options. Of all your four-wheeled options, the Pontiac G8 and Dodge Charger are worth a place at the top of your search list.
Two sedans, both from Dodge, have the potential to take the streets by storm as sharp-looking, high performing, four-door sedans. Although the swaggering Dodge Charger is an obvious choice for the performance-minded driver, the Dodge Avenger also has the potential to be a solid contender. Even though Dodge originally never intended for these sedans to compete, advancements in vehicle design have placed the Charger and Avenger on the same field of play. And they certainly can play.