SRT8 4dr Rear-wheel Drive Sedan
2007 Dodge Charger

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Engine Engine 6.1LV-8
MPG MPG 14 City / 20 Hwy
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2007 Charger Overview

The Dodge Charger is a full-size, four-door sedan that makes a bold design statement and backs it up with serious horsepower.The Charger SRT8 boasts a 425-hp 6.1-liter high performance Hemi V8.And that's pretty serious.

A range of V6 and V8 models is available, however, and even the sub-$25,000 Charger SE feels sporty and entertaining.All of these cars are comfortable cruisers, offering drivers a comfortable haven from traffic and bumpy freeways.

The Charger illustrates just how multi-talented and accomplished today's high-performance cars are compared to the uni-dimensional hot rods of yesteryear.The Charger has all the pavement-ripping, gut-thumping power of the old muscle cars, but it's packaged with modern creature comforts and tempered by handling competency.Put another way, it rides, turns and stops as well as it goes.

The Dodge Charger is fun to drive and enjoyable for just cruising along.It's perfectly in its element when making time on a freeway.Granted, this is no sporty, svelte coupe.It's a big, heavy, full-size sedan measuring more than 16 feet in length and tipping the scales near two tons, but it is responsive and entertaining.The 3.5-liter V6 is entirely adequate, while the V8s generate thrilling acceleration performance and make all the right noises.

Now in its second model year, the Charger lineup expands for 2007 with the availability of all-wheel drive.Ordering your SXT or R/T with all-wheel drive should add greatly to your Charger's ability to handle winter weather as well as enhancing its stability on wet roads.Other new options packages are available for 2007 as well.
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2007 Charger Overview

The Dodge Charger is a full-size, four-door sedan that makes a bold design statement and backs it up with serious horsepower.The Charger SRT8 boasts a 425-hp 6.1-liter high performance Hemi V8.And that's pretty serious.

A range of V6 and V8 models is available, however, and even the sub-$25,000 Charger SE feels sporty and entertaining.All of these cars are comfortable cruisers, offering drivers a comfortable haven from traffic and bumpy freeways.

The Charger illustrates just how multi-talented and accomplished today's high-performance cars are compared to the uni-dimensional hot rods of yesteryear.The Charger has all the pavement-ripping, gut-thumping power of the old muscle cars, but it's packaged with modern creature comforts and tempered by handling competency.Put another way, it rides, turns and stops as well as it goes.

The Dodge Charger is fun to drive and enjoyable for just cruising along.It's perfectly in its element when making time on a freeway.Granted, this is no sporty, svelte coupe.It's a big, heavy, full-size sedan measuring more than 16 feet in length and tipping the scales near two tons, but it is responsive and entertaining.The 3.5-liter V6 is entirely adequate, while the V8s generate thrilling acceleration performance and make all the right noises.

Now in its second model year, the Charger lineup expands for 2007 with the availability of all-wheel drive.Ordering your SXT or R/T with all-wheel drive should add greatly to your Charger's ability to handle winter weather as well as enhancing its stability on wet roads.Other new options packages are available for 2007 as well.Hide Full Review