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2010 Dodge Charger - Review

 

Once upon a time, as readers of a certain age may recall, large rear-wheel drive family sedans ruled the road. That changed eventually, as sedans downsized and became front-drive; minivans, SUVs, and crossovers began to appear on the roads. Even large sedans started switching to front-wheel or all-wheel drive, and the few rear-drive large sedans left seemed to be aimed at the early dinner crowd.

Enter the 2010 Dodge Charger and its sibling, the Chrysler 300. Perhaps the last of a breed, these two sedans offer rear-drive, lots of space, and a mission that appeals to Mom and Dad, not their parents.

Both the Charger and 300 are available with high-performance SRT8 packages, and so it was that I recently found myself spending a few days behind the wheel of a Charger SRT8, which is billed as the"official passenger car of NASCAR." Given this car's size and shape, that seems appropriate.

The SRT8 based at $38,180, including such standard features as a 6.1-liter Hemi V-8 that makes 425...

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Specs: Select a Trim

Style MSRP Invoice MPG City MPG Hwy
4-Door Sedan AWD (4)
3.5L Specs $28,045 $26,946 17 23
R/T Specs $33,470 $31,938 16 23
Rallye Specs $32,005 $30,590 17 23
SXT Specs $29,490 $28,276 17 23
4-Door Sedan RWD (7)
4-Door Sedan RWD Specs $24,590 $23,768 18 26
3.5L Specs $25,445 $24,554 17 25
R/T Specs $31,370 $30,006 16 25
Rallye Specs $26,645 $25,658 17 25
Road/Track Specs $32,345 $30,902 16 25
SRT8 Specs $38,180 $36,271 13 19
SXT Specs $26,150 $25,204 17 25
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