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.
2006 Dodge Charger R/T Daytona
2006 Dodge Chargeradam deturk - colorado springs, CO07/04/2015
i have owned 2 of these cars same year the first was totaled in a front end collision on the highway i was completely untouched besides the stiffness so when i went car shopping again it helped to know it was a safe car plus the get up and go power to it rides great not allot of road noise handles great feels very planted to the ground interior is comfy lots of room for family and friends never had any complaints and the trunk is huge.
Way better than the new body style
2010 Dodge ChargerC B - Reno, NV01/19/2016
This is the only badass car I have been able to find with four doors. While I love the idea of a modern muscle car, I still have two kids to tote around regularly. This body style has plenty of interior room and with the 5.7 liter Hemi, plenty of horsepower. They changed the body style in 2011 and it looks less "retro muscle car". It also has lots less interior room.
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