The Charger is less refined has questionable interior quality and has an overly firm ride, It gets worse on the optional 20-inch wheels.
Dodge’s Uconnect system is one of the best. It responds to input and catalogues music collections with lightning speed.An optional 19-speaker stereo raises,price considerably and navigation arePerfict
Although its EPA estimates for the city are below average, its highway ratings are quite competitive. While we haven’t tested the 5.7Litter V8 on the 75-mph actual fuel economy route.
The Charger’s front seats provide ample support and lumbar support. They’ll keep you comfortable on long journeys and keep you in place when the road gets twisty.
The boot is decently sized, but the lift height is high and space narrows noticeably rearward. Non-performance-oriented competitors in the midsized segment fared much better.
We think the Charger R/T with its 370-horsepower 5.7 litter V-8 is the perfect mix of power and functionality. Those who want all-wheel drive are limited to the V-6 version.
Much of Dodge’s development budget goes under the hood of this car. Build quality is good, but not great. Our test car didn’t rattle or squeak.