Loving my New Charger!! :-) I would recommend this car to anyone.. Rides like it's floating..perfect fit for me and my family! The only thing missing is a sunroof, but other then that, I love my new car..
Horrible Vehicle !
2011 Dodge ChargerD - Dixon, CA09/05/2014
Horrible car I never want to put money into it ever again .
2011 Dodge Charger1968 charger - Las Vegas, NV09/19/2012
I purchased this vehicle on August 1st and have been driving it daily since, putting over 2000 miles on it. The car is comfortable inside and the ride is outstanding. While driving, the interior is quiet and the ride is smooth. And it handles great. While I would have loved to have the hemi, the 3.6 liter has plenty of power and accelerates well. Mileage is about 23 mpg in town and in my one and only road trip so far, I got 31.6 mpg on the highway after a 500 mile round trip to Utah from Las Vegas.
I think that Dodge has improved that fit and finish and the materials used in the interior. The car looks good, inside and out. I have had numerous people tell me what a great looking car the Charger is. I feel that I got a great value for what I paid and have completely satisfied so far.
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