The Refined 2019 Dodge Charger
Ever since it’s redesign back in 2015, Dodge continues to find ways to reinvigorate the Charger; offering new performance enhancements and interior features you can find in even the most standard trim-level. New for 2019, the Dodge Charger becomes more refined with five trim-level offerings, starting with the base SXT now available with all-wheel drive. Inversely, the GT is now offered as a rear-wheel drive model, but it gains other features like an updated performance fascia, hood scoop, and enhanced Dodge Performance Pages integrated into the car’s system. Unsurprisingly, the higher the trim-level, the more sophisticated the design. The R/T and Hellcat trims receive newly-designed grilles and dual air intakes, along with launch assist and line lock features that take the Charger’s performance to the next level.
The Dodge Charger Throughout The Ages
Dodge’s iconic sports sedan offers four different engine choices, each more powerful than the last. The ‘base’ engine is Dodge’s renowned 3.6L Pentastar V6, pumping out 292 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque–a perfect amount of power for efficient daily duty. Meanwhile, the infamous supercharged 6.2L Hellcat V8, with its beastly 707 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque, makes the Hellcat Charger the most powerful sedan on Earth.
Despite being known as a muscle car, the Charger also provides sensible and practical performance thanks to its advanced safety features. For example, Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking automatically slows your vehicle if it detects an imminent collision, while Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist ensures you won’t stray from your lane. The Dodger Charger also comes with many modern amenities, such as Bluetooth, a standard 7-inch touchscreen, supple Nappa leather seats, alongside its retained title of best-in-class rear seating space. The Dodge Charger isn’t just the most exciting car to drive, it’s the most comfortable and convenient car to drive.