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2016 Dodge Charger What's new for 2016? 
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.

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2015 Dodge Charger What's new for 2015? 
2015 Dodge Charger

All-new for the 2015 model year, the Dodge Charger boasts a redesigned interior, new sheetmetal creases, and one new engine in the form of the 6.2-liter supercharged V8 Hellcat.

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2014 Dodge Charger What's new for 2014? 
2014 Dodge Charger

A new Redline Package includes 20-inch Black Chrome aluminum wheels and a 3.6-liter V6 with cold-air induction and 300 horsepower. The AWD Sport includes the 300-horsepower V6 or 370-horsepower V8. There’s also a Wheel Sport Appearance Group, and new paint choices include Header Orange, TorRed and Plum Crazy historic colors.

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2013 Dodge Charger What's new for 2013? 
2013 Dodge Charger

A cold-air induction system and sport-tuned exhaust bump the V6's horsepower to 300 on specially-outfitted SXT and SXT Plus trims. A new black-painted roof option is offered, as is an improved Rallye Appearance Package. The Charger SRT8 receives a revised adaptive dampening suspension and standard launch control.

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2012 Dodge Charger What's new for 2012? 
2012 Dodge Charger

The 2012 Dodge Charger sport sedan gains a new 8-speed automatic transmission as well as new trim designations. New available features for 2012 include sport seats, paddle shifters, hands-free texting and a color Vehicle Information Display screen.

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2011 Dodge Charger What's new for 2011? 
2011 Dodge Charger

The 2011 Dodge Charger receives a new interior and exterior, a new, vastly more powerful 3.6-liter V6 engine and a number of improvements to its suspension and chassis. The 2011 Dodge Charger is offered in three trims: SE, R/T and R/T all-wheel-drive. New available features include a heated rear seat, heated and cooled front seats, hill start assist and a Garmin-supplied navigation system.

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2010 Dodge Charger What's new for 2010? 
2010 Dodge Charger

For 2010, all Charger models feature supplemental side-curtain airbags as standard equipment.

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2009 Dodge Charger What's new for 2009? 
2009 Dodge Charger

The Charger SRT8 receives a host of new standard equipment, including dual-zone automatic temperature control, automatic headlamps, remote start, one touch-up/down windows and heated front seats. Improvements to the ABS system and suspension, as well as a new Super Bee "buzz model", round out 2009's updates.

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2008 Dodge Charger What's new for 2008? 
2008 Dodge Charger

The 2008 Dodge Charger receives a slight interior freshening, with more standard equipment added to the R/T model. Dodge has repositioned the cruise control stalk to the 4 o'clock position and SIRIUS Backseat TV becomes a new option.

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2007 Dodge Charger What's new for 2007? 
2007 Dodge Charger

The Daytona trim's Mango Orange and Top Banana Yellow paint colors are no longer offered, and the SXT and R/T models can now be ordered with all-wheel drive. SXT models offer the option of DVD navigation while R/T models come with power adjustable pedals and a first-year pre-paid subscription to SIRIUS Satellite Radio.

About Dodge Charger

American 4-door sedans don’t get much more rambunctiously pulse-quickening than the 2016 Dodge Charger. With over a half-dozen trim choices, four engines ranging in output from 292 horsepower with an efficient V6 to a truly incredible 707-horsepower supercharged V8, handling and technology to match, road-warrior styling and a lengthy assortment of options, the 2016 Charger offers a bold motoring statement in a wide variety of flavors. 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 seem to have the in-your-face appeal.

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