2019 Dodge Charger
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2019 Dodge Charger at Puente Hills

It's the sole 4-door muscle car in the United States arena and it's the fastest one at that, to the tune of a top speed of 204 mph. Adding to this impressive legacy in 2019, Dodge invites buyers to explore not only the new AWD model of the SXT but also the RWD GT performance V6 model! Stop holding your breath, the action only accelerates with the fact that the Charger SRT Hellcat model gains access to an After-Run Chiller and Torque Reserve! Honestly, there isn't much that compares with this wildly popular giant of the impromptu streetlight throwdown. Plus, it can represent your true need for speed with outer colors like Plum Crazy, Octane Red, Destroyer Grey, and the all-new Triple Nickel, to name a few. Let's go further into what makes this fear-inspiring engine growler tick, we know you're excited about it too!

Engine Performance

  • 6.2L HEMI V8 - 650 lb-ft of torque and 707-hp
  • After-Run Chiller on certain models
  • Automatic 8-speed TorqueFlite transmission on all models

Safety Features

  • Available AWD with a Front Axle Disconnect
  • Option for Full-Speed Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking
  • Launch Assist and Line Lock on R/T Scat Pack and SRT Hellcat

Vehicle Design

  • 5-Link Rear Suspension
  • 4 doors, 3 suspension systems, 2 brake types
  • Near 50/50 front/rear weight distribution on RWD

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Are there 4 possible engines on the 2019 Charger?

Yes, four engines to choose from, generally, depending on the model. The always 4-door Charger will have a TorqueFlite 8-speed automatic transmission no matter the model choice. That transmission can be fitted with an with available Sport Mode and optional steering wheel-mounted paddle shifting. The initial engine offering from Dodge is the 3.6L Pentastar V6 with up to 300-hp as standard, but as the models change, that engine can change with it. There is 5.7L HEMI V8 that gets 370-hp, a 392 HEMI V8 with 485-hp, and a supercharged 6.2L HEMI SRT Hellcat V8 that gets up to 707-horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque! As if that wasn't enough, there are a total of three different potential suspension systems in a 2019 Charger whose names are self-explanatory: Performance, High-Performance, and Competitive. On the R/T Scat Pack and SRT Hellcat models, Line Lock holds the front wheels so that the back wheels can spin and heat up appropriately, while Launch Assist keeps wheel hop to a minimum using finely tuned wheel speed sensors! Further, The SRT Hellcat has both Torque Reserve and After-Run Chiller! The After Run Chiller continuously cools the supercharger and charge air cooler following when the engine is turned off, where the Torque reserve feature ensures there is plenty of available torque upon sudden acceleration from a stopped vehicle!

Can you run through some of the features of the Charger models in 2019?

Grab those standard passenger-assist handles, with 6 sleek models, this is going to be a very fast drive! The R/T model revs things up with a fast-looking spoiler and observes performance tweaks to its side sills, front-end fascia, and new performance hood. The R/T also combines select elements like a standard 4G LTE Wi-Fi Hot Spot, 20-inch Satin Carbon & Black Noise wheel fashions, a standard 160-mph primary speedometer, performance seats with a Houndstooth pattern, and a 'Dark Dub Plate' gauge housing inset. The R/T can opt for the Driver Confidence Group, which adds Bi-Function HID Projector Headlamps, both manually-folding and power-heated mirrors, some assistive safety tech, and even an Auto-Dimming Mirror for the driver. The SRT Hellcat boasts a new performance grille with equal inlets that floods colder air towards the engine alcove, and it has new traits such as badging on the gauges panel, an electable Satin Black hood, an Alcantara leather-trim on ventilated seats, and enables the 'Brass Monkey' 20-inch forged wheels. It can also opt for a power sunroof, red seat belts, as well as the Navigation and Travel Group with items like SiriusXM Traffic Plus/Travel Link and the Uconnect 4C NAV with 8.4" display. The R/T Scat Pack model has as standard a 180-mph speedometer, a novel Scat Pack bee emblem on the decklid (and seats), plus, is gettable with a painted 'Satin Black' hood and/or 'Dual Carbon' striping. The R/T Scat Pack model has an option for tri-mode Bilstein adaptive damping suspension that incorporates Auto, Sport and Track modes. It also enables the Dynamics Package with ABS using Brembo 6-piston front brakes, 275/40ZR20 All-Season Performance Tires, and a choice of 20" x 9.5" wheel styles. Consider for a moment the SXT model as it can be outfitted with the popular Blacktop package (think a Black 1-piece performance spoiler, gloss black accenting inside & out), and it has automatic halogen projector headlamps with LED embellishments, a capless fuel filler, and standard-for-2019 cruise control. The SXT AWD version adds the latest embodiment of 19' Black Noise wheels and a Caramel Nappa leather interior. The GT model growls its way into the fray with a toughened up look on the front fascia to match the performance hood. Note as well the standard Rhombi 2-piece wheel center cap on the GT model, as well as available Houndstooth sport seats, a Dark Dub Plate, nevermind an optional Daytona Edition Group. That group would add all manner of cool features, like distinctive carbonite interior pieces, Daytona badging on the roof/hood/trunk, Gloss Black I/P cluster trim rings, and even power 4-way lumbar adjust driver and passenger seats.

Can you go through the technology within this vehicle?

Let's talk tech for a minute since so much great technology is possible to get inside the Charger. Features-wise, Dodge punched it up a notch to make things super convenient, like with its media hub that can sync all of your media files with the Charger's touchscreen, is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, as well as has dual USB ports for charging. It also brings in to play a 12-volt power outlet, Voice Command, Bluetooth for music streaming and an aux input jack. Ok, that sets up the audio (and more) but what kind of speaker systems are available? How about a 19-speaker Harman Kardon? Check. A 9-speaker Alpine with surround sound and a trunk-mounted subwoofer? Check. A 6-speaker Alpine with an 8-channel amp and 276-watts? Check! Don't miss that there is Dodge's excellent Performance Pages built-in, available SiriusXM Travel Link, an option for an 8.4" Uconnect 4C with Navigation, available Drive Modes, and a 7" Digital Cluster Display to the front and center of the driver- where it should be for optimum racing. The 2019 Charger absolutely is tech-heavy and ready to roll!

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Final Thoughts on the 2019 Dodge Charger

'Safety first' may not be what comes to mind when considering a prodigious powerhouse like the 2019 Charger, but it has that in spades despite. It folds in optional items like advanced multistage front airbags (with calibrated versions on SRT models), All-Speed Traction Control, Blind Spot Monitoring, Rear Cross Path Detection, the LATCH Ready Child Seat Anchor System, Keyless Enter 'n Go, and a ParkView Rear Back-Up Camera. It has more than 80 available safety and security features, including Adaptive Cruise Control-Plus with Full Stop, Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist, Full-speed Forward Collision Warning-Plus, and more! With all of this design and power, the 2019 Dodge Charger is a tsunami in a sea of tiny ripples, one that's waiting for you to come and try to surf it in for the ride of a lifetime!

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