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!
Excellent power, sharp looks, great space
2013 Dodge ChargerMichael White - West Monroe, LA02/11/2016
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.
I bought this car new for my wife. It has 32500 miles on it and we have replaced the shifter due to not coming out of park.
Have maintained it every 3000 mi.
Now the PCM is gone out along with the cam sensor at a cost of $1100.00
I will never buy another Chrysler product again!!!
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