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Although the Dodge Charger on the road today might sport a different appearance than the old sport cars from decades ago, it still promises the athletic performance that earned its solid reputation. Once you’re behind the wheel, you’ll rule the roadways with a lively engine, and the Charger makes every ride rewarding with its engaging handling. With room for up to five, the spacious sedan also promises lasting comfort for your whole crew.
If you want to see what the Dodge Charger is capable of, you’ll need to get in the driver’s seat. Come visit us at Calavan CDJR West to try this capable yet comfortable muscle car for yourself. We know you’ll enjoy its engaging performance when you take it for a test drive.
For 2021, Dodge has added the SRT Hellcat Redeye to the top of the Charger’s trim range. This ferocious variation runs on an astounding 797-horsepower Hemi V8 engine, promises aggressive acceleration whenever you need it. On the inside, it sports an athletic design with leather seats and a host of other features inspired by the SRT Hellcat.
Elsewhere in the trim range, you’ll also see other capable models that all uphold the Charger’s reputation for sheer muscle. The base SXT trim features a 292-horsepower V6, and Dodge offers various upper trims that build on its capabilities with more gear and hearty powertrains. The SXT and GT models are designed for smooth travels, while the Scat Pack and Hellcat models deliver unrivaled thrills with performance-tuned bodies.
The Charger’s interior lets all five onboard relax with plenty of legroom. There’s plenty of passenger space across both rows, and your youngest riders can be safely secured in the back row via two complete sets of car seat connections. The Charger’s cabin is sporty and comfortable, and you can enhance the space with available interior features like front and back-row heated seats as well as ventilated front seats.
The user-friendly Uconnect infotainment system comes standard in the Charger, accessible through a 7-inch touchscreen. The car is also available with a variety of tech features like navigation, onboard Wi-Fi, and more. Rear parking sensors and a review camera come standard, while Dodge offers more safety options like automatic emergency braking and forward-collision warning.
The first car to ever wear “Charger” badging was a sleek fastback version of the imposing Dodge Coronet. When the model debuted in the 1960s, it was one of the largest muscle cars in the market. The initial reception was positive, but the Charger truly found a hard and fast following when it starred in the thrilling motion picture Bullitt. In the decades that followed its rise to fame, Dodge made several notable changes to its design, including the introduction of the L-Body style in the 1980s. The car entered a long hiatus in 1987, allowing Dodge to focus on other vehicle classes, but the manufacturer brought the “Charger” name back in 2006 with new body style. Even as the Charger has evolved from an iconic sports car to a powerful sedan, it retains the thrill-seeking attitude that has appealed to drivers from the beginning.
If you’re interested in the Charger or any other capable, powerful model, come see what we can do for you here at our Lithia Springs dealership. When you come to Calavan CDJR West, you can explore our entire new vehicle lineup to see everything we have ready to go on our lot. Remember to ask about our monthly deals to see how much you can save on your next vehicle.