The Dodge Charger 2016 is the mixture of old and new version, you can say this 2016 Dodge Charger is the combine product of old muscle car with touch of some modern design. This muscle car is made for family purpose. You can say in other words, this 2016 sedan is a perfect family package. The car also has the short front and rear overhangs and large wheels of a modern performance sedan. The grill and the other components are same as the other dodge charger models have. That includes the Dodge Durango 2016 and the sportiest versions of the Dart. This Dodge Charger 2016 has a completely bold look.
Features of Dodge Charger 2016:
These awesome features give the charger a perfect personality that most of the competitors don’t have. The Dodge Charger 2016 offers the super track for 292-hp 3.6-liter V-6 models, It also has some V-8 features. Which including a high performance Dodge Charger hellcat that has more 707 horsepower. A new blacktop appearance with additional equipment from the Dodge Charger SRT 392 model and some new tech features. An eight speed automatic, and rear wheel drive are standard. All wheel drive is optional. This 2016 version has tested in an excellent way.
Those new tech features that the Charger offers many of them are latest gadgets and high-tech features, which make this sedan a better choice for family and cars dealer. Tech features include a drag and drop menu bar on the 8.4-inch touch screen control interface. At a glance it could easily be taken for a Dodge Charger R/T or even Dodge Hellcat, with black 20 inch rare-wheels wearing low-profile Goodyear Eagle tires, and black accents and badges inside and out. From the 2016 Dodge Charger SXT exotic-level Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat, this is a better lineup that delivers even more performance than you had expect given the level of comfort and increase the usability of these four door sedans. Here are some 2016 dodge charger pictures.
This lineup is propelled by Chrysler’s excellent 3.6-liter V-6 and the equally excellent V8 speed automatic transmission. Smooth 8 speed automatic, amazingly powerful Dodge Hellcat model, large back seat, excellent infotainment system.
5 Reasons To Buy Dodge Charger 2016
1- Engine Options
2- Restyled Exterior
3- Exceptional Pricing
4- Solid MPG Figures
5- Powerful Performance
Fuel Economy of Dodge Charger 2016:
The 2016 Dodge Charger is offered with four engines, a 3.6-liter V-6, a 5.7-liter V-8, a 6.4-liter V-8. The high-performance Hellcat model’s 707-hp 6.2-liter supercharged Hemi V-8. All are mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission. The base level V-6 is rated at 300 horsepower and 264 lb-ft of torque. A little more than the standard SXT version’s 292 hp and 260 lb-ft. The net result is 6.2 seconds to 60 mph and 14.7 seconds through the quarter-mile, hitting 96 mph. It’s a long way from the numbers achievable with a 370-hp Hemi V-8 (5.1 seconds to 60 mph) or the brazen 707-hp Hellcat (3.4 seconds).
Below that resides the Dodge R/T Scat Pack and SRT 392, which have a 485-hp 6.4-liter V-8 that can vault the Charger from 0 to 60 mph in the mid four-second range. With the Scat Pack, that performance is available at an entry price of around $40,000. Which is one step down to from there is the R/T, with its 5.7-liter HEMI V-8, rated at 370 hp and 395 lb-ft of torque. People who don’t want so much power will be happy with the base engine in SE model. V-6 Chargers are EPA-rated at 19 mpg city, 31 highway, 23 overall with rear-wheel drive and 18/27/21 with all-wheel drive. Opt for any of the V-8 models and you’ll spend much more at the pump. The HEMI V-8 powered R/T models come with cylinder deactivation to save fuel in low load situations. But they still return mediocre 16/25/19 mpg.
Some Other Features Of Dodge Charger 2016
Here is one more thing that, we have found the V-6 models to be very responsive with the Charger’s standard 8-speed automatic transmission. In fact, the V-6 is really all that you’d need for keeping ahead of traffic, provided you’re not going to miss having a V-8 under the hood. With any V-8, the 8-speed also allows for relaxed mid-throttle passing without having the engine belt out its full song to law enforcement. On the other hand, ride quality is reasonable compliant considering the level of roll stiffness in the sport suspension. The paddle shifters respond promptly, and the eight-speed is fluid in full auto mode.
This is a big family sedan, with a roomy, also adult friendly back seat. We also had no trouble fitting both a forward facing and a backward-facing child seat and its trunk is generous. Even if it’s only about average for the segment. The combination of ride quality and handling is impressive on the more performance oriented models. Let’s talk about door, big doors in front make getting in and out easy. And an elongated roof line makes getting into the back-seat positions easy, with plenty of head room all around. The front seats are wide and well bolstered, while rear-seat leg room is a little tight for long-legged people. Overall, interior materials and trims are excellent, with plenty of soft-touch materials up high and impressive switch gear.