Reliable, sporty, good acceleration.
I've enjoyed driving and riding in this car for over 2 years now. The car gets many compliments and jealous looks. Acceleration and power are excellent from the HEMI engine. Very stylish inside and out. The ride is very composed, steady without being floaty or harsh. Controls, radio are easy to use and quick to respond. The trunk and backseat are very spacious, rear seats easily fold down.
This is an awesome car! I bought it for the performance, and for AWD in the snowy Chicago winters - but I've fallen in love with it for all the thoughtful features and gadgets. For example: The remote start is wonderful for cold days - and if the temperature is below 40F, it automatically puts on the driver's seat-heater, the steering-wheel heater and the rear window defroster. Nice! And the sat-nav / touchscreen / Bluetooth / music / satellite / USB / sD Card... wow! Love it!
The 2013 Dodge Charger is a modern muscle car. It has an aggressive demeanor on the road, and an enthusiastic driver will certainly be able to push it to its performance limits. The suspension has been reworked to be smoother on rough or uneven patches of roadways, and the car handles well - turns are both quick and refined. Combined with the precise steering, the ride is controlled and firm. Additionally, drivers will be delighted to learn that the 2013 Charger also has heated seats and Bluetooth connectivity.
Over the years, Dodge worked hard to innovate and reinvigorate the Charger. The seventh generation is sleeker than previous iterations. The car has a more sculpted look, more powerful engine options, and introduces a level of detail that proves it's evolved into a modern vehicle.
For the 2013 model year, it's difficult to stack Dodge Charger against other full-size sedans. The Toyota Avalon, the Ford Taurus, and the Honda Accord simply have different strengths than the performance-oriented Charger. The three other sedans are much more fuel efficient, but not nearly as exciting to drive.
With all of its design tweaks throughout the generations, Dodge ensures the Charger stays stylish. Dodge built it to continuously appeal to modern car buyers with the latest technology. Though the Charger and other muscle cars typically come with rear-wheel drive, all-wheel drive systems are now available for the Charger SE and SXT trim levels. For 2013, Dodge added an additional sports package for rear-wheel drive models. It has five trim levels, as described below:
Barring trim levels and feature packages, standard Dodge Chargers can be customized even further. It's available in gray, black, white, blue, and red. During this model year, Dodge released a few additional build variants:
This Charger's performance and powertrain match its intimidating look. It is incredibly powerful for its size and fulfills the market need for a muscle car that has moved on from the past. Engine options include:
For 2013, Dodge also introduced the Charger with an eight-speed automatic transmission for both V6 and V8 engines.
The 2013 Dodge Charger is a full-size sedan with an aggressive silhouette. It may look intimidating, but the interior is organized and comfortable.