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Learn More About the Dodge Charger


Taking its name from one of the most famous mid-century muscle cars, the new Charger brings a similar experience to modern drivers. This brawny vehicle balances its powerful engines and aggressive looks with a convenient four-door design.

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Muscular performance is the keystone to the new Charger. Whether you choose the V6-equipped SXT or the ferocious 707-horsepower Hellcat, your Charger will feed your need for American muscle.


The Charger's various trim levels offer the choice among one V6 engine option and three V8 engine options.

3.6-Liter Pentastar V6: This engine comes standard in the SXT trim level and produces 282 horsepower. It's also standard in the GT AWD and GT Plus AWD, where power jumps 300 horsepower and 264 pound-feet of torque.

5.7-Liter HEMI V8: This engine is standard for both the Charger R/T and Charger Daytona. It Makes an impressive 370 horsepower and 395 pound-feet of torque.

392 HEMI V8: This 6.4-liter powerplant makes 485 horsepower and 475 pound-feet of torque. It's available in the Charger R/T Scat Pack, Charger Daytona 392, and Charger SRT 392.

Supercharged 6.2-Liter HEMI SRT HELLCAT V8: The Charger Hellcat gest this behemoth engine all of it 707 horsepower and 650 pound-feet of torque.


Every new Charger comes with the TorqueFlite eight-speed automatic transmission. You can awaken the performance potential of this gear box by opting for the available Sport Mode and Paddle Shifters options.


A range of features help put power to the ground in the new Charger.

If you're looking for improved grip for either handling or poor weather conditions, consider the available all-wheel drive system. The feature can move power among all four wheels for maximized traction in varying conditions.

If you're looking for a great straight-line experience, engage Launch Control. This available feature lets you rev to a specified RPM before acceleration begins. You'll get quite the jump off the line.

Suspension and Handling

The new Charger is a large car, but that doesn't stop it from handling itself around corners. You can choose from a variety of suspension options to have a Charger that handles just the way you like.

Touring Suspension: This supple, yet direct suspension setup balances ride comfort with handling response.

Sport Suspension: This bolstered setup improves handling response while retaining a smooth ride quality.

Performance Suspension: Bilstein high-performance shock absorbers make this setup a great choice for those who look for handling first.

Adaptive Damping Suspension: This setup lets the driver select different drive modes for handling tailored for different applications.

Style and Design

The new Charger is designed to reflect the swagger of old-school muscle cars while retaining the convenience of a four-door sedan body style. Striking colors, aggressive lines, and a sloped roofline call back to mid-century MOPAR classics. You'll get these great looks, along with the ability to take your family for the ride.

Each Charger trim level offers its own subtle looks to differentiate. For starters, each has its own set of wheels from the others. Certain trim levels come with hood scoops, black decals, and special badging.

Interior Design

The Charger's interior comes loaded with great features regardless of trim level. Spacious, comfortable seats come wrapped in cloth or premium materials like Nappa leather or Alcantara. An available heated and leather-wrapped steering wheel offers controls over a variety of functions. Push button start/stop means you won't even have to take the key out of your pocket. In total, 18 available interior trims each offer a unique combination of style and features.


The inspiration for the Charger lies in the mid-20th century, but its technology features are fully modern.

Convenience and Entertainment

Much of the technology in the new Charger is there to improve convenience. Take the seven-inch digital cluster display. This screen lets you customize the information displayed to you while driving. Another popular feature is adaptive cruise control, which uses radar to radar proximity to other vehicles and adjust speed accordingly. The Charger also has dual charging USB ports, auxiliary power outlets, and Voice Command via Uconnect. Uconnect is also compatible with Apple CarPlay which lets users access mobile apps through the center touchscreen display.


The new Charger has an array of available safety technology.

  • Full-Speed Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking
  • Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist
  • Blind Spot Monitoring
  • Automatic High Beam Headlamps
  • Advanced Brake Assist
  • Ready Alert Braking
  • Rain Brake Support
  • Rain Sensing Wipers