It is comfortable, great acceleration, fun to drive, reliable, sure on the road, low road noise, good stereo, the best interface system I have found in a car yet, great interior, roomy. Very little I don't like about the car, fell in love at first drive. Various models of charger but the act plus is perfect for me. Love the headlights st night as I live in a rural area and most the time there are no street lights and my headlights light up a 4 lane highway and all deer anywhere close to the road. Heated and cooled seats work fast, love the heated and cooled cup holders. I was hesitant because it wasn't a hemi but I must say the v6 has never failed to impress me and is all the power and speed you need. Comfortable for tall people.
I really do like my charger. All the accessories and the performance is great. I was not sure about going from a SUV to a car, but it is really roomy and very comfortable. It makes you feel so powerful behind the wheel. I was a little dissappointed because the car was not detailed when I picked it up and I even had to ask them to clean black marks off the inside and then it still wasnt cleaned like a new car should be when someone drives it home but I love the car
I enjoy my charger, the brillant black color adds flare and the overall appearance is enhanced somewhat. The V6, 3.5 Liter engibe with 250 horsepower is also a plus; the only drawback about it is when you "kick it in" as to pass someome on the interstate the car shuts down on you and begins to shake as id you are continuing to drive over rumble sticks--I took it to the dealer twice and the 1st time they found nothing wrong, the 2nd time the service advisor informed me that it was a safety mechanism installed by Dodge--I dont like that at all. I dont need nor appreciate that device; what's going to happen when I or you attempt to pass and it shuts down again and I and/or you gets involved in an accident because of theis so called "safety device"--has the potential for civil litigation possibly.
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