|Pricing||$25,395 - $34,545|
|Drive Types||RWD, AWD|
|Engines||3.6l V6, 5.7l V8|
|Fuel Economy||15-18 (city), 23-27 (highway)|
The fabled Charger name from the past lives today in the form of a 4-door sedan. A sibling of the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Challenger, the Charger is a large rear-wheel drive sedan that offers a range of powerful engines to match its bold styling. The base model is the Charger SE, which is powered by a 3.6l V6 engine. The higher-performance R/T equips a 370-bhp V8 under the hood and offers optional all-wheel-drive to help get the power to the road. Dodge markets the Charger as a four-door muscle car offering a number of option packages with performance tweaks, upgraded wheels and bright colors. This is a small niche of the market. Aside from its sibling the Chrysler 300, the closest competitor is the Ford Taurus SHO, which is significantly more expensive.
The Charger is all-new for 2011. Although the size and styling are familiar, the Charger wears new sheet metal and has a thoroughly remodeled interior. A new V6 engine that produces 292-bhp powers the base SE model. The R/T V8 model continues to offer a 5.7L HEMI V8. All-wheel-drive is available on the R/T V8 model, but is no longer offered with a six-cylinder.
|Charger SE||3.6l V6 (292-bhp)||A5||RWD||18/27/22||$25,395|
|Charger SE Rallye||3.6l V6 (292-bhp)||A5||RWD||18/27/22||$27,645|
|Charger SE Rallye Plus||3.6l V6 (292-bhp)||A5||RWD||18/27/22||$29,395|
|Charger R/T||5.7l V8 (370-bhp)||A5||RWD||16/25/20||$30,395|
|Charger R/T R/T Plus||5.7l V8 (370-bhp)||A5||RWD||16/25/20||$32,395|
|Charger R/T||5.7l V8 (370-bhp)||A5||AWD||15/23/19||$32,545|
|Charger R/T R/T Plus||5.7l V8 (370-bhp)||A5||AWD||15/23/19||$34,545|