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.
A Real Let Down
2010 Dodge ChargerSonya - Raleigh, NC12/22/2014
Since purchasing this car less than 3 months ago, we have had to put in the shop no less than 3 times and as I am submitting this review we have an appointment tomorrow to have it repaired. We were told that it had been put through this great list of inspections and had been recently serviced, but we have had problems with the thermostat, ignition and now the throttle. I was pretty excited about getting this car and really hate to say that so far it has been a let down. Praying it gets better.
Can you say hemi (like the commercial said)
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
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