The newest Dodge Charger brings some welcome conveniences to make it a practical purchase, but you still get that classic American muscle infusion to excite your ride to the max. This is the best of both worlds.
As different car models enter later years of their generational time in existence automakers need to add upgrades and allow us to stay interested. The 2019 version of the Dodge Charger has received a new face and new equipment to make sure we’re still going to want to drive this large four-door sedan that brings us the driving performance and qualities we admire. As a model that offers a large variety of trims and builds, you’re sure to find a package with upgrades that you want to enjoy when you drive.
Check Out the Changes for the Dodge Charger
The new Charger GT is added to the lineup to give us more performance with the equipment needed. This model shows up with a performance hood, a spoiler, a performance-tuned suspension, a 3.07 rear axle ratio, the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine with 300 horsepower, Houndstooth cloth upholstery, an 8.4-inch Uconnect system with Performance Pages, and new 20-inch wheels.
This model already offers you the benefits of a 5.7-liter Hemi V8 engine under the hood and receives the new performance hood, spoiler, suspension, Houndstooth cloth seats, infotainment system, and wheels that you see in the GT model. This version will have a 2.62 rear axle ration to give you a performance feeling you’ll want to enjoy every day.
Charger R/T Scat Pack
The return of the Charger R/T Scat Pack will make Mopar fans sing a song of glory. This car is powered by the 6.4-liter Hemi V8 engine that produces a massive 485 horsepower for the drive. New equipment for this car includes a Launch Assist Line Lock feature that allows you to perform burnouts and much of the same upgrades found in the Charger R/T.
Charger SRT Hellcat
The Hellcat model of the Charger has received a long list of new equipment for you to have even more for 2019 than you’ve had in the past. The Launch Assist Line Lock feature is offered along with the Torque Reserve function that was used in the Challenger Demon. You’re also going to see a new Satin Black hood, 20-inch forged aluminum gold wheels and a new Alcantara interior package.
Charger SXT and SXT AWD
The Charger SXT and SXT AWD models now have new 19 and 20-inch wheels for the Blacktop Package and a new Cold Weather Package for the AWD model. This new Cold Weather Package adds a heated steering wheel and heated front seats. You can also enjoy a Carmel Napa Leather interior in the SXT models.
Check Out More of the New Charger
If you’re ready to drive a new version of the Charger and you want to see what the 2019 model year brings for the drive, it’s time to visit your nearby Dodge dealer. The new Charger models will be offered in the third quarter of this year to make it easy for you to choose the new Charger and continue to be fully engaged and interested in the car you love to drive.