The 2021 Dodge Charger lineup just received an even more powerful update from the previous model year, a monstrous 797 horsepower-producing Hellcat Redeye trim.
The 2020 Dodge Charger is a powerful sedan that offers seating for five and room for more than enough cargo.
Dodge’s battle tested Charger packs a lot of punch for a mid-sized sedan with options that can make it a real speed demon.
Dodge’s rambunctious Charger sedan rips and roars, but is carefully designed with the morning commute in mind as well.
The new Dodge charger come with everything you know and love about a muscle car, featuring a brand-new sheet metal design for 2015.
A versatile full-size sedan, the 2014 Dodge Charger can be equipped to be a mild daily driver with an emphasis on fuel economy or to be a road legal performance-oriented animal.
Unchanged for 2013, the Dodge Charger is a full-size sedan with three different engine options, RWD and seating for five.
A full size sedan, the 2012 Dodge Charger can be equipped with an economical or performance based-engine, making it a versatile vehicle sure to please.
An aggressive, new look and the refined power of the Pentastar V-6 engine is presented with the 2011 Dodge Charger in creating an emotional family car.
The 2010 Dodge Charger is a full-size sports sedan that seats five passengers and is available in RWD or AWD guise.
The 2009 Dodge Charger features a mix of modern convenience and classic power, which is a great combination for a fun ride.
The 2008 Dodge Chargers is a four-door sedan that ranges from a sedate 178 hp cruiser to an extremely potent 425 hp sports car.
A five-passenger full-size sports sedan, the 2007 Dodge Charger harkens back stylistically to a time of American muscle cars but is loaded with more modern and efficient technology for today's drivers.
The 2006 Dodge Charger is a brand-new five-passenger sedan that is inspired by the classic two-door muscle car of the same name.
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First appearing with the Dodge brand back in 1966, the Charger name represented one of the most iconic vehicles of the muscle car era. For the 2006 model year, Dodge revived the Charger nameplate for an all-new time and purpose with a four-door sedan.
Unlike the Intrepid it replaced, the Dodge Charger was rear-wheel drive and offered a V-8 powerplant option (Dodges first car to be powered by an eight-cylinder engine since the Diplomat in 1989). Defined as a two-door product for prior to 2006, the return of the Dodge Charger in the 21st century stood as a bold attempt to invoke enthusiasm in their full-sized sedan.
A 2.7-liter V-6 engine powered the base Charger SE while the SXT model featured a 250-horsepower 3.5-liter High Output powerplant. Features found at the base level of the 2006 Charger line-up included air conditioning, four-wheel disc brakes, keyless entry and a CD player. A 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 engine generating up to 368 horsepower powered the R/T and R/T Daytona models of the 2006 Dodge Charger. As the top-rated performance version of the four-door Charger, the SRT-8 received a 6.1-liter producing 425 horsepower.
Besides general customers, the rear-wheel drive Charger was also favorably received by law enforcement as many North American police departments have placed the four-door Dodge in their vehicle fleet. In 2007, an all-wheel drive version of the Charger was offered with the SXT and R/T trim levels.
Also in 2007, a Super Bee variant Charger SRT-8 was inaugurated as a special appearance, limited edition model with unique paint and decals. In 2011, a 292-horsepower 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 replaced the both six-cylinder engines previously included with the Charger. For the 2015 model year, the Dodge Charger received a styling facelift at the front and the rear.