2014 Dodge Charger
53,065 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$15,392
Est $222/mo

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2018 Dodge Charger
29,304 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$22,325
Est $322/mo

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2018 Dodge Charger
9,161 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$22,885
Est $330/mo

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2018 Dodge Charger
33,333 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$21,655
Est $312/mo

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2018 Dodge Charger
33,380 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$21,855
Est $315/mo

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2017 Dodge Charger
19,736 Miles | Orlando, FL
$19,999
Est $288/mo

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2018 Dodge Charger
28,276 Miles | West Palm Beach, FL
$20,999
Est $303/mo

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2017 Dodge Charger
39,109 Miles | Orlando, FL
$18,499
Est $267/mo

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2018 Dodge Charger
11,706 Miles | West Palm Beach, FL
$19,999
Est $288/mo

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2018 Dodge Charger
19,194 Miles | Miami, FL
$21,199
Est $306/mo

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2018 Dodge Charger
12,557 Miles | Miami, FL
$23,499
Est $339/mo

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2018 Dodge Charger
43,608 Miles | Orlando, FL
$18,999
Est $274/mo

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2017 Dodge Charger
41,213 Miles | North Lauderdale, FL
$18,499
Est $267/mo

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2016 Dodge Charger
16,207 Miles | North Lauderdale, FL
$17,999
Est $259/mo

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2018 Dodge Charger
13,481 Miles | West Palm Beach, FL
$22,999
Est $332/mo

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2015 Dodge Charger
20,847 Miles | Miami, FL
$19,999
Est $288/mo

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2018 Dodge Charger
30,622 Miles | Orlando, FL
$20,499
Est $295/mo

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2018 Dodge Charger
27,457 Miles | Orlando, FL
$18,999
Est $274/mo

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2017 Dodge Charger
45,960 Miles | Orlando, FL
$19,499
Est $281/mo

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2016 Dodge Charger
36,153 Miles | Orlando, FL
$16,999
Est $245/mo

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Dodge Charger Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.4
68 Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.3
Performance
4.5
Style
4.8
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.4
Reliability
4.1

Dodge Charger Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2008 Dodge Charger - Have Fun When Driving

Tiffany
Portsmouth, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
The build of this car is high-tech and high maintenance, but it is very fun to drive.. The sealed transmission requires a specialized fluid, and only certain transmission shops will flush a charger's transmission. The sensors tell you when tires need to be inflated, rotated or if the tread is running thin. The engine requires a special grade of motor oil that is expensive, but it takes more time for the oil to require changing. Besides those high-maintenance pointers, the car accelerates very quickly, and the ride is exceptionally smooth. Driving on the expressway gives me a rush because not only can I go faster than most other cars, but people think I am driving a unmarked police car and they get out of the way or slow down. It is sort of fun, although maybe mean, but hey, I am not ac... (more)
Story
Me and a friend drove 3 hours out the city to visit a military friend and hang out for his birthday. We partied until 6 am, and drove back into town right after. We had so much fun, even though we were very exhausted the next 2 days.
Pros
It has fast acceleration. The brake system is very tight. The seats are comfortable. The car gets great gas mileage, and at $3 a gallon, I can fill up the tank with $35 and ride more than a week. There is spacious leg room in the front and back. My car has both air conditioner and a sunroof, so there are multiple ways to cool off or let air circulate throughout the car. The car rides very smoothly, you hardly feel any bumps in the road.
Cons
The maintenance on the car is quite expensive. The insurance rate is high on the car because its considered a fast driving car. The car requires specific tires in order for the speed calibration to be correct, and those cost $200 each minimum. The Transmission is sealed, and requires a certain oil, which can only be found at the dealership and costs $8 a quart. Because it is sealed, you must purchase a $100 tool just to check the fluid levels, which does not come with the car. The engine and coolant oils are also specialized fluids that can be difficult to find.

2006 Dodge Charger - Best Car ever

TW
Chesapeake, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
3.0
I like how sleek and cool it looks, it is definitely a head turner. It also accelerates quickly and smoothly, getting you from one place to another quickly. It also has been very reliable, no major mechanical failures or break downs. I have never driven a car with so much power and force. It does not consume a lot of gas either so that's a huge plus as well
Story
I remember running from a hurricane with my son. We left Virginia and drove to west Virginia so we would be out of harms way. When we tried to check into a hotel, I discovered we didn't have enough money, so we slept in the car overnight until it was time to drive back into town.
Pros
The car accelerates quickly, so you don't have slow take offs or take a long time to get to speed on the interstate. The calibration of it is good because you do not feel the bumps in the road as your ride, just smooth coasting. The car only requires 12 gallons to be filled, and that lasts me a whole week, so it is a true gas saver.
Cons
Everything on this car is specialized, so while the car burns less gas, you will spend more money with maintenance. All the fluids are specialized, in which case, some of them are not easy to find, and when you do find them, they are expensive. Also, the car comes with aluminum lugnuts, which is horrible when you are stuck on the side of the road with a flat. After you take them off a couple time, they strip and are very difficult to get off. Some side of the road assistants wont take them off if they are already stripped, forcing you to call spend more money not just getting the tire fixe... (more)

2002 Dodge Charger - Good Work Truck

RLS
Taylor, Michigan
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
My Dakota’s ran over 160,000 miles and it will likely run for, at the very least, another 60,000 more. It’s been a solid work truck which has been dependable on thousands of work sites, countless different jobs, employers, and tasks and still has yet to junk up. I live in Michigan where they salt the roads intensely in the winter, and in the summer too just for fun, and as such, the bodies of most trucks don’t hold up too well. While the body has succumb to rust, almost all cars in the area have, and I can count the times the I washed the car on one hand over 15 years, so given that, the body has stood up well. The interior is nice, it’s felt, and mine still has a tape-deck, rolling windows and no power locks, although I bought mine off of Mormon missionaries, so I’m sure most of the s... (more)
Story
I was hauling a 30-40 foot ladder a good 20 miles away to a house I was painting, taking all the side streets and going slower than a turtle, freaking out the ladder would fall out of my truck. I made it to the house and made quite a bit of money.
Pros
Reliable. Safe. Affordable. Fuel economy is decent. Good sized bed.
Cons
Requires bearing maintenance often. Tires for it are expensive.

Generations

The Dodge Charger is an American car brand that has appeared in several different forms throughout its lifetime. It has been considered a muscle car as well as a full-size sedan, luxury coupe and even a subcompact hatchback.

2011 - Present (7th Generation) LD

The current generation of Charger changed its exterior design rather dramatically from the previous generation. The hood took on more of a throwback appearance and the taillights took on a vintage racetrack look. Engines included the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6, a 5.7-liter Hemi V8, a 6.2-liter supercharged Hellcat V8 and a 6.4-liter Hemi V8. Transmissions offered included five-speed and eight-speed automatics. The V6 engine was rated at 300 horsepower while the largest Hellcat's V8 put out 707 horsepower.

2006 - 2010 (6th Generation) LX

The new generation of Charger debuted for the 2006 model year as a sedan, a departure from earlier generations which were largely coupes. This new model was considered half-sedan and half-muscle car; its design undoubtedly took cues from the more muscular look of earlier generations. It featured rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive and offered two V6s and two Hemi V8s. Transmission choices included a four- and five-speed automatic. The 250-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6 was in the base trims, while a 5.7-liter Hemi V8 put out 340 horsepower through 2008. In 2009, this went up slightly to 368. A 6.1-liter V8 on the SRT-8 model put out 425 horsepower.

1982 - 1987 (5th Generation) L-Body

After taking a short production break, the Charger for this generation looked absolutely nothing like any Charger that came before it. It had transformed into a three-door subcompact hatchback with front-wheel drive. Along with this new, smaller look came smaller engines. Only inline-four cylinder engines were offered throughout its run, including two turbo versions. A four-speed Volkswagen manual transmission was offered along with a five-speed manual and a three-speed automatic. The wheelbase was now less than 100 inches, which made it about 20 inches shorter than most previous Chargers. The inline-four cylinder engines put out anywhere from 62 horsepower on the low end to 84 on the high end. Eventually, a Shelby Charger was introduced and it offered a high-compression engine that put out 107 horsepower. After this generation, the Charger would disappear for nearly 20 years.

1975 - 1978 (4th Generation) B-Body

The Charger transformed into a luxury car for this generation and the body was redesigned to looked the part. Gone were the beefy muscle car lines, replaced with the sharp, stately lines of a sedan. The length increased by a whopping 10 inches from the previous generation. It was still a two-door car and transmission options remained the same and only V8 engines were offered. The standard engine was the two-barrel small block V8 with an optional high-performance four-barrel that featured 225 horsepower. The 1978 Charger was actually marketed as a Magnum, but it used the Charger body.

1971 - 1974 (3rd Generation) B-Body

This generation was distinctive due to its split grille and slightly more rounded body. Options for the 1971 model included a rear spoiler and a pop-up scoop on the hood. As with the previous generation, a range of V8 engines were offered as well as the lone inline-six. Three-speed automatic and manual transmissions were available as well as a four-speed manual. The wheelbase decreased by two inches as did the overall length.

The 1972 model replaced the 383-cubic inch engine with a four-barrel 400-cubic inch unit that had lower compression. A 440-cubic inch engine continued to be available, but it also had lower compression and the horsepower went down to 280 from 350. The muscle car era more or less came to an end in 1974 for the Charger and all performance options were discontinued.

1968 - 1970 (2nd Generation) B-Body

This generation of Charger, still built on the B-body platform, abandoned the sophisticated look of the first generation in its design. Both the rear and front clips now curved in what was known as a coke bottle profile. The wheelbase remained the same, but the car's overall length increased by about five inches. Again, mostly V8s were available in this generation, but a 3.7-liter inline-six cylinder unit was also offered for the first time for the 1969 and 1970 model years. The 1969 Charger featured two 383 cubic-inch V8 engines in the two-barrel and four-barrel. The former put out 290 horsepower and the latter topped out at 330 horsepower. This generation of Charger benefited greatly from being featured in popular media of the day. A 1969 Charger was featured in The Dukes of Hazzard TV show while a 1968 Charger R/T 440 was featured in the famous street chase in the movie Bullitt.

1966 - 1967 (1st Generation) B-Body

The first generation of Dodge Charger debuted as a two-door fastback for the 1966 model year. This original Charger was a large, hefty car, and it didn't immediately have the muscle car image. The only engine available was a V8, which came in various sizes and could be paired with a three or four-speed manual transmission. There was also a three-speed automatic available. The largest engine was the 7.0-liter 426 Hemi, which put out 425 horsepower. The Charger also featured a unique interior with rear bucket seats, which could be folded down to provide more space that was accessible from the rear hatch. Other Charger-exclusive interior items for this generation included courtesy lights and instrument panels lit with electroluminescence instead of bulbs.

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