When most people think of the Dodge Charger, they immediately think of performance. 

However, for many long-term owners who have developed a deeper appreciation for the vehicle beyond what's in the engine, that's simply a plus.

Due to the dwindling sales of sedans, some may claim that the Dodge Charger is nearing its end. 

For ardent Charger supporters, nothing could be more false. 

What's not to love about the tried-and-true Dodge car with its distinctive design and surprisingly roomy interior?

The Charger is the Dodge Challenger's older, maybe burlier big brother, and some could argue that this makes it less desirable. 

Owners have a lot to say about the comfort, roominess, and general style of this Dodge model, which has been a staple in the range.

Let's look more closely at the specific reasons the Dodge Charger has inspired such devoted owners for so many years.

If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it The Dodge Charger is certainly out of date. Though Dodge has subsequently made adjustments and 

introduced new technology, the model last underwent a makeover in 2011. But despite its age, 

this model is still in excellent condition, and many people would think it was a far more expensive car.

According to Consumer Reports' evaluation of the 2020 Dodge Charger, "the Charger is ultimately about more than simply brute might. 

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