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Charging Ahead in the Dodge Charger SXT

2015 Dodge Charger R/T Road & TrackIf there’s one thing for sure when driving the 2015 Dodge Charger SXT, you will be the leader of the pack wherever you go. This car will get up and go, right out from under you if you’re not careful!

My test car last week was a 2015 Dodge Charger SXT RWD 4-door sedan, with a 3.6 liter V6 24-valve VVT engine and 8 speed automatic transmission.  While it acted more like a sports car than a sedan, the newly renovated 2015 Charger was a very elegant looking vehicle, and looked ready to go to high tea or the opera.  

My Charger boasted a lovely Jazz Blue Pearl Coat that gleamed brightly in the sun, while the interior was a more sedate black/tungsten with cloth sport seats.  After all, this was not the model with a super-speedy V-8 performance engine or the available but dangerous sounding 707 HP Hellcat version. My Charger was a tamer city cousin that used regular gas instead of premium and behaved in a more civilized manner.  

Depending on which model Charger rings your bell, the MSRP ranges from $27,997 to $62,295.  The estimated MPG for my Charger was 19 in town miles and 31 on the highway.  I managed to drive quite a lot last week and still had well over half a tank of gas left, so I can verify the mileage is excellent for such a classy sedan.

Standard equipment on the Charger included advanced multiple airbags, anti-lock 4-wheel disc brakes, rain brake support, electronic stability control, hill start assist, and keyless entry with remote start system.  Interior features included Uconnect 8.4 inch touchscreen, Sirius XM satellite radio, integrated voice command with Bluetooth, media hub, HomeLink Universal Garage door opener and heated front seats plus LED fog lamps and daytime running lamps.

The base price for this model was $29,995, but Dodg had added options that included a Customer Preferred Package with 20″ wheel sport appearance group, performance suspension, rear body color spoiler, and a driver confidence group with ParkSense Rear Park Assist System, blind spot and cross path detection, navigation with rear back up cameras, and 3D GPS navigation.  With destination charges of $994, the total price for the test model was $33,975.  

The Dodge Charger also comes with warranty coverage for the Powertrain for 5 years or 100,000 miles; plus 3 years or 36,000 miles basic limited warranty; and 5 year/100,000 mile roadside assistance.



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