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Dodge Charger in Hugo, OK

Although the modern Dodge Charger looks totally different from the 1960s sports car that first wore the Charger name, it still packs astounding power under the hood. Dodge has reimagined the Charger as a versatile sedan, and they’ve expanded on the car’s legendary muscle with a spacious interior and high-tech features for safety and fun. The Charger balances lively performance with lasting comfort, and it promises an engaging ride whether you’re commuting through town or merging onto the interstate for a long-distance excursion.

If you want to experience the Charger’s power and comfort for yourself, come check it out here at Jay Hodge Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM. We invite you to visit our dealership to speak with our team and take a closer look on a detailed vehicle tour. You can also hop in to take the Charger for a test drive.

2021 Dodge Charger Interior in Hugo, OK

What’s New in The 2021 Dodge Charger?

For 2021, Dodge tops the Charger’s trim lineup with the new SRT Hellcat Redeye model. This performance-focused variant runs on a truly ferocious Hemi V8 engine that generates 797 horsepower, and it pairs with a smooth-shifting eight-speed automatic transmission. on the inside, the Redeye features leather upholstery and all the other amenities found in the ST Hellcat.

Several other trims are available, and every option promises serious power true to the muscle car’s legacy. The standard model runs on a 292-horsepower V6, while various trims offer their own unique driver experiences. The SXT and GT models are designed for smooth cruising, while the Scat Pack and Hellcat trims are built for sport-focused driving.

The Charger presents a roomy cabin with space for up to five people. You and your passengers will find plenty of elbow- and legroom in both rows, and the muscle car pulls ahead of the typical sedan with three complete sets of LATCH car seat connections in the back. Whether you’re hauling groceries or a week’s worth of luggage, the Charger also accommodates cargo with its 16.5-cubic-foot trunk. To enhance onboard comfort, you can fit the interior with options like heated seating in both rows.

The critically acclaimed Uconnect infotainment system comes standard with a 7-inch touchscreen, and the interface is easy to use with the accompaniment of physical knobs and buttons. Dodge offers a variety of tech features like navigation, onboard Wi-Fi, and more. Rear parking sensors and a rearview camera both come standard, while other safety options include forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking.

The History of the Dodge Charger

The original Charger was a fastback variation of the Dodge Coronet, and it arrived as one of the largest muscle cars on the market in 1966. Drivers responded to the new model with interest, and the Charger enjoyed a surge in popularity after starring in the 1968 film Bullitt, which showcased its incredible athleticism.

In the middle of the 1980s, the Charger underwent a drastic design change, with the new L-Body bearing only a slight resemblance to the aggressively styled sports car that was pitted against Steve McQueen on screen. The vehicle ended production in 1987 to allow Dodge to explore other segments. The Charger nameplate returned in 2006, now sporting four doors as a roomy sedan. While the car switched classes upon its reinvention, it still delivers the extraordinary power that has always been synonymous with the Charger name.

Count on Us at Jay Hodge Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM

If you’re interested in a high-powered sedan or any other versatile model, we would be happy to help you find it on our lot. Take a look at our new vehicle inventory to see what’s ready for you today, and feel free to call us if you have any questions. Remember to browse our new model deals as well for considerable savings on what you’re looking for.

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