The Dodge Charger Sedan has been updated for a new look that keeps the Charger's roots while shaking off some styling that just didn't work on previous models. This sedan is on the larger side, with length coming in at just over 200 inches of smooth and aerodynamic design. A rear spoiler reduces drag, and on the rear end, 164 LED s keep the wide taillamp strip bright. With exterior colors available in tungsten, black, bright silver, bright white, or redline red, you are such to find one that strikes your fancy.
The Dodge Charger Sedan's interior has lots of fine touches that add a taste of luxury, such as front seats that are power-adjustable 12 ways, not to mention complete with heat and ventilation. Both the driver's seat and the front passenger seat are comfortable and supportive, with a shape designed to hold riders in place over bumpy roads. The steering wheel is thick for a solid grip, and visibility over the dashboard is easy all the way around. However, the rear seats and sloped glass of the rear windshields make it difficult to get a good look when traveling in reverse. The stereo in Dodge Charger Sedan is excellent, controlled by an 8.4-inch touchscreen that also directs navigation, driving, phone, and climate options. With 900 watts playing over 19 speakers, you won't regret your choice to keep the factory installed equipment.
The Dodge Charger Sedan has a number of trims, ranging from a basic SE to a more powerful, more luxurious R/T plus. In ascending order, these are offered at a starting manufacturer's suggested retail price as follows: Charger SE - $25,495, Charger SXT - $28,495, Charger R/T - $29, 995, Charger SXT Plus - $30,495, Charger R/T Plus - $31,995. All versions, from the SE up, come with a nice package of included features, such as keyless enter'n go system, illuminated cup holders, EVIC personalization, interior LED lighting, and dual-zone manual temperature control.