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2017 Dodge Charger
2017 dodge charger
2017 Dodge Charger

2017 Dodge Charger

MSRP
$27,995
FUEL ECONOMY (CITY/HWY)
19 / 31 mpg
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Engine And Power

Transmission and Chassis

Fuel Economy

Wheels And Tires

Payload And Towing

Engine And Power

Horsepower
292 HP
@ 6350 RPM
Torque
260 ft lb
@ 4800 RPM
Standard Engine
3.6 L 292 HP V 6(xaxis)
Displacement
3604(cc)
Valves/Valve Configuration
4 * 6
Bore X Stroke
96.0 x 83.0 mm
Compression Ratio
10.2:1
Emission Rating
ULEV II

Transmission and Chassis

Transmission
8-Speed
Automatic
Drivetrain
RWD
Front Suspension
Independent Multi-Link
Rear Suspension
Independent Multi-Link
Steering
Electric
Rear Spoiler
Optional

Fuel Economy

Fuel Type
Standard / Multi-Point Injection
Fuel Capacity
18.5 Gal.

Wheels And Tires

Front Wheel Size
17 in.
Rear Wheel Size
17 in.
Alloy Wheels
Standard
Turning Circle
37.7 ft.
Standard Wheel Type
Alloy
Chrome Wheels
Optional
Standard Tire (Front)
215/65 R17
Standard Tire (Rear)
215/65 R17

Payload And Towing

Passenger Volume
104.7 cu. ft.
Cargo Volume
16.5 cu. ft.
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Expert Reviews

Edmunds.com

2017 Dodge Charger REVIEW

When it comes to the 2017 Dodge Charger, let's just go ahead and throw our "sensible car-selection advice" guidebook into the trash can. If you're looking for a spacious, refined, comfortable, state-of-the-art and efficient large sedan, turn your attention to a Toyota Avalon or Buick LaCrosse. By virtually every sensible measure, they are better cars. However, the Charger is best suited for drivers who really aren't that sensible. It's a car for folks who want a car that looks cool, that makes cool noises and that even comes in cool colors such as Green Go, Yellow Jacket and Contusion Blue. You want power? The Charger can be fitted with a V8, an even bigger V8 or a V8 with so much power that it could probably qualify for NASCAR duty. And even if you just want a car that looks as if it has one of those monster engines, there's a perfectly agreeable (and more affordable) V6 available. Of course, it's still wise to keep in mind those sensibility issues we alluded to earlier: The Charger isn't as refined or comfortable as more recently redesigned large sedans such as the Avalon, LaCrosse and Kia Cadenza. Checking out the sharp-handling Chevrolet SS is also a good idea — it's the only rear-wheel-drive muscle sedan that really measures up to the admittedly more flamboyant Charger. Ultimately, though, the Charger is unabashedly a different sort of car for a different sort of people. You don't need a "sensible car-selection advice" guidebook to understand that.
Car and Driver

2017 Dodge Charger Daytona 5.7L V-8

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U.S. News & World Report

2017 Dodge Charger: What You Need to Know

The 2017 Dodge Charger delivers solid entertainment technology, roomy interior and cargo space, and decent V6 performance for a good price. Unfortunately, there are lots of cheap plastics in the base model, and it offers few safety features in any trim.
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