After an almost 20-year absence, the Dodge Charger, an iconic muscle automobile, returned to the market in 2006.
Today, the Charger SXT RWD is a four-door sports car with striking styling that is reasonably priced for entry-level specification.
Its style contrasts with the more vintage Dodge Challenger since it is more contemporary and has four doors for practicality.
So, how much will you have to pay for this representation of American might with all the bells and whistles included?
The baseline Dodge Charger
The starting MSRP for the Charger SXT RWD variant, according to Dodge, is $31,350.
The 3.6-liter V6 engine in the Dodge Charger model levels, which produces 292 horsepower at 6,350 rpm and is paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission, isn't short on goodies.
This sports sedan with rear-wheel drive boasts many of standard safety equipment, including ABS and stability control.
Push-button start/stop, a performance shifter, and a digital information display with voice control are all included as standard inside equipment for the SXT RWD variant.
Dual-zone automated temperature control, customizable seats and steering wheels, and 60/40 split-folding back seats are additional features available to passengers.
The well-known red keyfob controls the remote keyless entry system, remote start, and climate control.
Both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are supported by Dodge's standard 7-inch UConnect touchscreen. The standard Alpine six-speaker system plays your playlists.
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