Dodge Charger

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2017 Dodge Charger

New for 2017 are the Charger Daytona and Daytona 392 models, which pack the look of the top-of-the-line Hellcat but with naturally aspirated Hemi power. Graphics, 20-inch wheels and more powerful brakes are standard. SXT and up models get an all-new Uconnect infotainment system with a larger 8.4-inch screen.

2016 Dodge Charger

The Charger was all-new for 2015 and changes for 2016 are minimal. There are some trim additions, a Super Track Pak of race-bred chassis upgrades for more performance for the V6-powered SXT and, for a limited time, you can have it in Plum Crazy. Get it while it lasts.

About Dodge Charger

Family-friendly 4-door sedans don’t get more rambunctiously pulse-quickening and unapologetic than America’s full-size 2017 Dodge Charger. With over a half-dozen trim choices, and available all-wheel drive, the 2017 Charger offers a bold motoring statement in a wide variety of flavors, the latest in-cabin technology, road-warrior styling and a lengthy assortment of options. Four engines are available ranging from a 292-horsepower fuel-efficient V6 to the Charger Hellcat’s supercharged Hemi V8 that makes a mind-blowing 707 horsepower. It’s the most powerful American car ever. It’s not the only domestic sedan with performance and style but, with its arrogant attitude and generous bang-for-the-buck, the alternatives -- Chevrolet Impala, Buick LaCrosse, Ford Fusion -- just don’t have the in-your-face appeal and that kind of optional power.

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