The large muscle sedan from Dodge is more than just a one-trick dragster.

In addition to its library of loud, irate V8s, the Charger is a roomy sedan with a solid reputation for safety.

But not every organisation gave the Dodge Charger high grades for accident safety. 

The large Dodge Charger—is it a trap? Or is it secure just by certain criteria?

Is the 2022 Dodge Charger safe?

The Charger is a secure car, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). 

Owners of the Charger may rest easy knowing that the well-known organisation gave the car a five-star certification for crash protection.

Five stars overall does not always imply it received the highest ratings across the board. 

The 2022 Charger really received four stars in a number of crash protection categories.

The NHTSA assigns ratings to automobiles based on their frontal, side, and rollover safeguards, assigning different marks for the driver's side and passenger's side, respectively.

 In most areas, the Dodge muscle car received five stars with a few exceptions. 

It received four stars for both the driver and passenger's frontal crash protection and the overall frontal crash criterion. 

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