2013 Dodge ChargerChristopher jones - arlington, TX06/20/2015
This is/was my dream car... love the uconect radio, love the interior, love the speed of this vehicle... my gas could go a lil further if I kept my foot off of the peddle, but it's hard to not use this car for the performance it was built to use...needless to say, I'm a true fan
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.
this Vehicle has it all...Power and Speed of a sports car. All the room and style of a luxury sedan. And the All wheel Drive capability of a Sports Utility vehicle. Great in Snow and Rain conditions. Fun to drive. gets Great Mileage, Average 21-22 mph
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