2020 Dodge Charger Consumer Reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars
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Scatpack Widebody is the perfect blend

Chris Gray, 06/22/2020
Scat Pack Widebody 4dr Sedan (6.4L 8cyl 8A)
15 of 15 people found this review helpful

Picked up my black 2020 charger a few weeks ago and it is fantastic. Great horsepower and handling. Interior is actually much better than what I remember from my previous Dodge vehicles (2012 Charger, 2014 Challenger). Gas Mileage is ok 16-18 mpg, but mostly around town. Have had the whole family in the car for road trips. Got it without the sunroof for additional headroom. Update, has 8,800 miles now and still loving it

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Love This Beast of a Car

Abigail, 06/27/2020
SXT 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
20 of 21 people found this review helpful

This car is awesome! While being the SXT model AWD it is considered 'lesser' with the 3.6L V6 but it is nothing to scoff at when compared to other sedans with 300hp. This thing is heavy (comparable in weight to a SUV Volvo) and the AWD system is good. I drove with confidence in March snow/slush/ice in New Hampshire. Keep in mind how good a car is in the snow depends on various factors such as: the AWD system, the car weight, snow tires, and of course the skill of the driver in ice and snow conditions. The interior is very comfortable and the car doesn't feel 'dated' to me despite what some professional reviews say. Then again, I got this Charger after owning a Subaru Legacy...so that would explain a lot! The touch screen responds great, the vented seats are lovely in the summer, and the weight of the car feels confident on twisting roads and powering up hills or zooming onto the highway. I feel safe in the car and it shows in the 5 star safety ratings these get. Of course the biggest complaint with a Dodge muscle car is the gas mileage. I get a solid 21 to 22 mpg combined which is great for going around NH hills and highways. Of course we all want our cars to have 100 mpg but I'd much rather drive the Charger than a Prius!!! I love this car. I will never go back to Subaru after buying this beast of a car. When the garage expands there will be a Scat Pack joining the family!

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Fun to drive

Yh8dgr8, 04/19/2020
Scat Pack 4dr Sedan (6.4L 8cyl 8A)
19 of 21 people found this review helpful

the only downside is the gas consumption. But the ride and handle is better than most, the power feels amazing. That Hemi growl is what separates this beast from the competition, the stock active exhaust is addictive.. 1 Year Later: I can honestly say this the best bang for your buck when it comes to horsepower, looks, space, reliability and resale value.. It's currently a seller's market, and dealers are offering me more than I paid for my car. One of the last of a dying breed of V8 engines, so I'm gonna hold on to her a little while longer and see what the future holds.

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Charger GT AWD

Greg Kozera, 04/22/2020
GT 4dr Sedan AWD (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
16 of 18 people found this review helpful

It is a great car. Incredibly quiet and all controls are easy to use The handling and braking are confidence inspiring when driving

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Great car, very high performance

Matt S, 09/28/2020
Scat Pack Widebody 4dr Sedan (6.4L 8cyl 8A)
6 of 6 people found this review helpful

Car is great handling performance is excellent, inspires more speed in corners than previous scatpack, thank to the adaptive suspension and 305 wider tires and spaced offset. 6.4 392 cu/in with mds 4 cyl mode allows me to maintain 15-16 mpg on highway city combined, interior panels have been changed since recent years suffered from peeling panels, and feel that it is the one of the past with this new material, android auto/apple car play is needed with your phone to use navigation if you plan to us gps vs purchasing navigation in your model, having few models made for the scatpack widebody (daily track car) the car is currently in high demand even given these current times with covid 19 and potential markets crashing. Overall the heritage maintains and dodge continues to sell high performance vehicles at an incredible price point from other competitors looking for performance sedans while they still can be purchased. Soon the full wave of economy efficient vehicles with hybrid systems or plug ins will eventually take over, get them and enjoy them while you can!

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