All people adore muscle cars. Even if they won't acknowledge it, 

there is something endearing about a large, useless quarter-mile vehicle with classic American flair. 

Our favourite loud, large cruisers eventually succumb to that impracticality, and they start acting strangely in the rain or snow. 

Consider a Challenger GT or an AWD Charger before storing your Dodge muscle vehicle for the winter.

What does GT mean on a Dodge Challenger? On a more recent Dodge Challenger, the all-wheel drive system is indicated by the inclusion of the "GT" badge. 

The GT is a viable option even if shoppers cannot get an AWD Challenger with a V8 like the 5.7L Hemi or the supercharged 6.2L Hellcat engines. 

Although the SXT gets a 3.6L Pentastar V6, the GT only has rear-wheel drive as standard (RWD).

How can I tell if my Dodge Charger is AWD? The Dodge Charger receives a GT badge to signify AWD, similar to the Dodge Challenger. 

The Dodge Charger GT is equipped with the Pentastar V6, much like the Challenger. Unfortunately, none of the enormous V8 engines from the Mopar lineup can be ordered for the Charger GT.

Are the Dodge Charger and Challenger GT fast? The Pentastar V6 generates a reasonable 305 horsepower and 268 lb-ft of torque, claims Car & Driver. 

The AWD excels in other areas despite the fact that it might not seem like much when compared to the R/375 T's horsepower, 

the Scat Pack's 485 horsepower, or the Hellcat's 717 horsepower.

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