As the kind of owners that drive cars until they have to be junked, we usually shop for Toyotas. However, a local salesman cut us a deal we couldn't pass up and now we cruise around town in our hot new Charger. Though the interior is mostly plastic and we don't get as much hp out of the little engine as the big guys get, the car is still awesome. Its roomy, but doesn't feel like your driving a tank. The R&P steering is responsive and easy to get used to. The mpg aren't bad as long as you don't bury your foot in the pedal (easier said than done). As a backyard mechanic, the roomy Dodge engine compartment means easy fixes, if you ever need them.
Little road noise, intimidating bodystyle, RWD w/ traction control nice in the snow
Higher end interior bells and whistles. Standard side curtain airbags.
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