A modern, exemplary depiction of the classic muscle car, the 2011 Dodge Charger will blow the doors off of most cars you’ll meet on the roads! With suggested retail pricing ranging between $24,302 and $30,879, the new Charger can make its home in your garage for estimated payments between $475 and $610 per month; credit score, trim level and options-dependent. Non-base R/T trims are offered with a highly powerful 5.7L OHV V8 engine that generates 368 ponies at 5200 RPM. It joins forces with a 5-speed/overdrive transmission to twist out 395 lb-ft of torque at 4350 RPM. The R/T Dodge Charger is available rear wheel-driven or with all wheel drive.

Even though it has so much power under the hood, the Dodge Charger 2011 still delivers a very impressive EPA-estimated 16/25 MPG city/highway. The Charger is (of course) quite boldly designed, incorporating reminiscent traits of its notorious predecessors from the seventies. It also comes impressively fitted with various modern technological systems the were only imaginary in decades past. Some of the standard technological, safety and convenience features of the new Charger include:

  • Electronic brake assist;
  • Front anti-roll bar;
  • Electronic stability control;
  • AUTOSTICK Sequential Shift Control;
  • Remote starting;
  • 8-way power adjust driver’s seat with lumbar support;
  • ABS and Driveline electronic traction control;
  • 6-speaker, 275W-amp, DVD, MP3, CD audio system with auxiliary input jacks;
  • Voice activated navigation;
  • Bluetooth hands-free connectivity;
  • Front, side and overhead airbags;
  • Powered sunroof;
  • Comprehensive security system with ignition disable;
  • And loads more!

The Charger from Dodge for 2011 is a 4-door, full-sized sedan that can accommodate a payload of up to 1270 pounds and pull up to 2000 pounds behind it. It requires a 19.4-foot turning radius. Exterior measurements are reported at 200.1 x 74.5 x 58.2 inches in length, width and height respectively. Its wheelbase measures 120.0 inches and it clears the ground by 5.1. Its 4031-pound curb weight yields a well-balanced, confident driving experience; especially when cornering. The new Dodge Charger presents well-appointed competition to the likes of the Cadillac CTS, Buick LaCrosse and Chevy Malibu, just to name a few.

On the inside of the 2011 Dodge Charger, you and other occupants will be comfortable with 39 inches of frontal headroom, 59 inches of shoulder room, 56 inches of hip room and 41.8 inches of legroom. There’s also 16.2 cubic feet of luggage space located in the trunk. The standard seating configuration accommodates five adults comfortably. So go ahead, climb into the driver’s seat of a new Dodge Charger today and take it for a spirited spin. The low rumbling of 368 horses will be at your command!