- configuration: 3.5L V6
- power: 250 hp @ 6400 rpm
- torque: 250 ft·lb @ 3800 rpm
- fuel type: regular unleaded
- compression ratio: 9.9:1
Features include Air Conditioning, Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Steering, Tilt Wheel, AM/FM CD/MP3, Satellite, AM/FM CD/DVD, Sentry Key, Keyless Entry, Dual Front Airbags, Side Airbags, Head Airbags, Rear Head Airbags, Active Seatbelts, All Wheel ABS, and more. Financing is available on almost all of our vehicles. We can approve ANYONE, as we offer financing options that include both banks loans and in-house payments. Do you have a regular income and have a down payment? YOU'RE APPROVED!
25 highway / 17
3.5L (6 cylinders)
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I upgraded from a 1995 Dodge Intrepid (3.0 V6) to the Charger SXT (3.5 V6). I can feel the extra .5 liters of power. I fell in love with my Charger as soon as I saw it. Once I sat inside I knew we were meant to be together. After I started driving, I knew this beautiful beast was made with me in mind. This car has everything I want.
Favorite features: excellent handling great power - even with just the 3.5 sleek design muscular body to let those little sport cars know who owns the road sexy engine purr that turns into a growl cockpit designed with the driver in mind very comfortable roomy enough to fit 5 people comfortably I'm 6'2" and fit comfortably behind the wheel
Suggested improvements: keep the white face speed/tach/rpm/gas guages from the 2010 model, instead of the plain guages of the 2011+ with the electronic info center in the middle. Driving with the bold, white guages in your peripheral brings you back to the days when muscle cars ruled the streets. The new electronic display reminds you that things have changed since you first fell in love with cars. I don't want to feel like I'm driving a Lexus. I want to feel the raw, animalistic power of the car I love - inside and out.
~ by brianch on April 29, 2012 at 9:02 am
I've only had the car a few days, but I already love it. I traded in a 2005 Dodge Neon, so this is a serious upgrade. This car has plenty of power. Highway passing is accomplished with ease. I love the size of this vehicle as well. It's huge, which is great for me as I have 2 kids. I can easily get my daughter into her car seat, and there's still room for 2 adults in the back seat. Trunk space is great too. This is really a great family sedan. And this is a good looking vehicle as well. I got the optional 20 inch chrome wheels and it really makes this car standout. One thing you might have to get used to is people coming up to you and asking you about the car. It is a head turner.
Favorite features: 20 inch wheels, soft touch interior materials, seats, electronically controlled brake and gas pedals
Suggested improvements: Sunroof should be included in a $28,000 vehicle, but that's nitpicking.
~ by dpr8810 on March 15, 2011 at 9:32 pm
I ordered my charger in June /09 while there was a large rebate on them all together over 13,000 in discounts but their wasn't any 09 out there so I got a 2010 with the same rebates. The car is deep blue water Pearl that I had a custom shop put some decals on it in silver the car performs very well and gets great mileage for a car this size with a v/8. I find the car very comfortable even on long drives. I have had several cars including performance cars and this car comes close to my old cuda for fun to drive yet way more comfortable and reliable /my only complaint is even with top of the line snow/ice tires you have got to be very careful and drive slower or you will find yourself in trouble
Favorite features: Absolute pure power, you don't need any add-ons. Very comfortable, looks great, /I'm always getting compliments on the car
Suggested improvements: better put this car away in the winter if you have winters like we do here in Ont. Canada, but after all its a high performance rwd sedan what do you expect, maybe consider the awd model?
~ by don on March 28, 2010 at 3:34 pm