The Dodge Charger offers more engine and trim options than most other cars. 

For Mopar enthusiasts, that's wonderful news, but what if you don't want a supercharged V8? 

What if you'd rather to drive one of the lineup's cheapest, most fuel-efficient Chargers? Dodge Charger GT and SXT are now present.

Is a Charger SXT a V8? Dodge Charger SXT is not a V8 vehicle. Instead, a competent Pentastar V6 engine is included with the basic model SXT, or Standard Extra. 

But the Pentastar six-cylinder in the SXT is no slouch either. It generates a respectable 260 lb-ft of torque and 292 horsepower.

The SXT's performance numbers strike a nice mix between power and economy, even though they fall short of dominating the sedan market. 

Around 19 mpg may be achieved in the city and 30 mpg on the highway when driving a Dodge Charger SXT.

The Charger SXT is the worst vehicle in terms of aesthetics. Large vents, fender flares, and massive wheels won't be available for SXT buyers. 

The car nonetheless retains its Charger identity at its core and wears its aggressive appearance effectively.

What is a Dodge Charger GT? Not an SXT, the Dodge Charger GT is. No, the GT is a whole different vehicle. 

The Charger GT does, however, come equipped with a Pentastar V6 exactly like its sister, the SXT. 

The GT's V6 generates a solid 300 horsepower and 264 lb-ft of torque, unlike the basic SXT.

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