This is my 2nd Charger and love it even more! I love the way the car handles very smooth. The interior is very nice and comfortable. Of course the 370 hp HEMI engine is the bomb so fast and well handled. I also love the technology and even the cup holders can chill or heat your drink. This model was rare to fine loaded with all the features I have.
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.
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.
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