In the past, manual gearboxes were common. A few short years ago, it was embarrassing to say that you couldn't drive a stick. 

The majority of people now shrug and don't see the big concern since that has changed. 

However, some people still enjoy using a stick shift, and they find it disappointing that the Dodge Charger no longer has one.

Even if it annoys you, there's a valid reason for this. Even while automated transmissions don't inherently make driving more difficult, manual transmissions aren't appropriate for all types of automobiles. 

So why do you suppose stick shifters are going the way of the eight-track, according to Torque News?

The Dodge Charger is loaded with power The Dodge Charger is unquestionably a powerful car. The basic model has a 3.6 V6 engine with 292 horsepower. 

Even more power is packed into the SRT Hellcat Widebody's engine.

It has a 6.2 V8 engine with 707 horsepower. It has an eight-speed automatic gearbox.

Along with it, the interior exudes luxury to the drivers. The four-door Charger offers lots of space despite the fact that most muscle vehicles are notorious for being small. 

Customers may easily design the automobile of their dreams with its six trim levels, provided they have the funds for it. 

Costs range from $29,995 to $72,095 for the 2020 Dodge Charger.

The fuel efficiency is undoubtedly poor, particularly for a sedan. The SRT grade barely achieves 19 mpg. Even worse is the SRT Hellcat Widebody. 

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