2017 Dodge Charger In-Depth Review: The Last of the Four-Door Muscle Cars

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Let’s face it: Two-door pony cars aren’t practical, and full-size sports sedans are expensive. The Dodge Charger, a rare breed with ample room for the family and affordable power for fun, lands somewhere in the middle. The rear-wheel-drive Dodge boasts two available Hemi V-8s that deliver either 370 or 485 horsepower, while the standard V-6 produces up to 300 horses and can be had with optional all-wheel drive; all three engines are backed by an eight-speed automatic transmission. Unrefined interior materials and a cornucopia of in-your-face appearance upgrades make it the antithesis of near-luxury rivals. But its mix of performance and practicality is unique in its class. While it may be a bit brash for some tastes, the Charger is a certified value for those who want four doors for haulin’ people and a V-8 for haulin’ ass. READ MORE ››

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