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Dodge Charger

There has always been one car that never smiled for the cameras. It always had a scowl, a bad attitude, and an exhaust note that said what it needed to say. A sedan with a bad attitude. This is why Southeastern Wisconsin loves the Dodge Charger. There is nothing bright and sunny about is disposition. It is honest, in your face and does its job without compromise Oh, yeah -- and it’s fast. The Charger was designed as a sedan with lots of attitude. The wider grille may remind one of its heritage from the 1960s and 1970s. The wide track taillights are also from that era but shaped to be more three-dimensional. In-between is a shape that goes back to the day when the Charger ruled the race track – a fastback roof, sharp glasshouse, and aggressive details. No one can deny what this car is – even with four doors.
There are a few new twists inside, too. The Charger now comes with a new information screen in-between the speedometer and tachometer that is customizable to the information you need in front of the driver. The UConnect touchscreen measures at 8.4-inches for a larger color readout and easy access to touchscreen functions. Plus, drivers can live hands-free with the accessible phone and audio system switched on the steering wheel. To start the car, the driver simply needs to push the button. There is the option of starting the car remotely from the Keyless Enter ‘n Go fob. Four engines power the Charger lineup. It starts with the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6, generates 292 horsepower with 260 lb-ft of torque from its engine bay. It is the only engine available with all-wheel drive on SXT models. Select the R/T, and the 5.7-liter HEMI V8 becomes available with 370 horsepower and 395 lb-ft of torque. Choosing the Scat Pack or the SRT 392 model gets the 6.4-liter HEMI V8 with 485 rumbling horsepower.  The only transmission available for all engines is the TorqueFlite eight-speed automatic. You could change gears with available paddle shifters for a more exciting drive.
The ultimate Charger is the SRT Hellcat. With 707 supercharged horsepower underneath its hood, it is the most powerful sedan you can get for under $75,000. It only goes up to 204 MPH – that’s enough to take your family and do a few laps at Road America. It can also stop like an expensive sports car with a set of Brembo six-piston High-Performance Brake system. Chargers start with a base price of $29,220. Come see our inventory of mean Dodge Chargers at Palmen Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Racine.

DODGE CHARGER

SXT - $29,220

  • 292-HP 3.6L Pentastar® V6 Engine
  • ParkView® Rear Back Up Camera+ with ParkSense® Rear Park Assist System
  • Uconnect® 4 with 7-Inch Touchscreen
  • Apple CarPlay® Support, Android Auto™ Integration and SiriusXM®

GT - $31,495

  • 300-HP 3.6L Pentastar® V6 Engine
  • Performance Hood, Fascias, Suspension and 20-Inch Wheels
  • Performance Seating, Steering Wheel with Paddle Shifters and Dodge
  • Apple CarPlay® Support, Android Auto™ Integration and SiriusXM®
  • Keyless Enter 'n Go™ with Remote Vehicle Start

R/T - $35,995

  • 370-HP 5.7L HEMI® V8 Engine
  • Electronically Controlled Active Exhaust
  • Uconnect® 4C with 8.4-Inch Touchscreen
  • Performance Hood, Fascias, Suspension and 20-Inch Wheels
  • Performance Seating, Steering Wheel with Paddle Shifters and Dodge Performance

SCAT PACK - $39,995

  • New Performance Grille with Dual Air Inlets
  • 485-HP 6.4L HEMI® V8 Engine
  • Brembo Four-Piston Brake System
  • Electronically Controlled Active Exhaust
  • SRT® Performance Pages

SRT HELLCAT - $67,295

  • New Performance Grille with Dual Air Inlets
  • 707-HP Supercharged 6.2L HEMI® SRT Hellcat V8 Engine
  • 204 MPH Top Speed
  • Brembo Six-Piston High-Performance Brake System
  • Apple CarPlay® Support, Android Auto™ Integration and SiriusXM®