As a sports sedan, the Dodge Charger has grown to prioritize performance. With six generations of vehicles, this car has optimized its editions and refined each of its offerings to suit everyday market needs. It has a solid choice of rear-or all-wheel drive that is paired with either a V6 or V8 engine; this sedan is built for acceleration.
The Charger premiered as a 1966 model, and has since had six new iterations of vehicles. Although the general body remains the same, Dodge has continuously improved the Charger to keep up with increased competition and to maintain the popularity it has today.
The Dodge Charger looks sporty and drives smoothly. The braking distance is miraculously short, ensuring the vehicle is easy to control in all situations. Rear-wheel drive ensures the performance is not inhibited and can handle a powerful 3.5L V6 engine for recent generations, though V6 models can also come equipped with all-wheel drive.
The current generation was completely overhauled in 2011. The driving involvement and the overall refinement were vastly improved, in addition to building in a new 3.5L V6 engine. As a result, older models may may need additional parts to support its long-term reliability. They appeal to buyers for their big engines and design, but they may be difficult to find in comparison to the current generation. Otherwise, this generation of models holds up well against other large sedans and is priced well.
All Dodge Chargers have standard rear-wheel drive and equipment in addition to their stylish interior and large four-door frame. The current generation of Charger is available in five trims: SE, SXT, R/T, SRT8, and SRT8 Superbee. The SE and SRT8 trims are offered with rear-wheel drive, while the SXT and R/T can be rear-drive or all-wheel drive (AWD).