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Dodge Charger

Once a distinctive 2-door muscle car, the Dodge Charger still looks brawny, but is now a full-sized 4-door sedan. Redesigned to with retro nods to its original look, it is an affordable choice for drivers who want a car that looks like it would take off fast at stop lights. From the commute-friendly SE to the racetrack ready R/T Road & Track, you can find a Dodge Charger with features that are right for you. Start your search with the 2011 model year, when the Charger was totally redesigned, if you want a slew of new technologies. You can search for the used vehicle that's right for you, based on specs, price or availability, while also filtering out cars that have had more than 1 owner. 

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Used Dodge Charger: In Depth


2014 Dodge Charger

I like a car with plenty of power along with comfort for the highway. My wife has a two seat sports car so I wanted room for four people when we want to take friends along at times. The Charger fits the bill on all counts.


First produced back in 1966, the Dodge Charger is an iconic American automobile. The seventh generation of the Charger debuted in 2001. The sixth generation, produced from 2006 to 2010, comes in these trim designations: SE, SXT, R/T and Daytona R/T. For 2014, buyers can choose from 7 trim levels: SE, SXT, SXT Plus, R/T R/T Plus, R/T Road & Track, and R/T Max.

The base model, SE, includes a 3.6-liter V6 24-valve VVT engine with a 5-speed automatic transmission or optional 8-speed. Other options include satellite radio, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and Bluetooth connectivity. The SE, like all models, includes a spacious cabin—with 41.8 inches of front leg room, 40.1 inches in the back, head room of 38.6 inches in the front, and 36.6 inches in the back. The 60/40 split folding rear seats provide extra space to haul extra gear when you don't have rear-seat passengers. 

The Charger SXT includes some upgrades like front/rear climate control system, heated front seats, humidity sensor, leather wrapped steering wheel, a universal garage door opener, fog lights, and keyless entry. The SXT Plus has options identical to that of the SXT but some interesting extras include a heated steering wheel and an adaptive cruise control with a forward-warning collision system. Also available is the Driver Confidence Group package which, as its title suggests, comes with upgrades for the detail-oriented driver like heated and ventilated front seats, power-adjustable pedals, driver settings memory, and a power steering wheel with both tilt and telescoping capabilities. 

The R/T variants include upgraded headlights, sport cloth bucket seats, heated and cooled front seats with suede inserts, blind-spot monitoring system, and heated and cooled cupholders. In addition the high-performance SRT Charger includes embroidered front seats, a rear spoiler and dual-zone climate control.

Needless to say, the Charger is a high-end performance car with lots of options for customization.  


The Dodge Charger series includes standard safety and security features like brake assist, dual front side, knee, dual front, overhead, and occupant sensing airbags, perimeter lights, electronic stability, and anti-whiplash front head restrains.  It also received 5 out of 5 stars by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for Overall, Side Crash, and Rollover as well as ratings of “Good” for Side Impact, Rear Crash, and Roof Strength by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. 

Other standard features include front passenger seat belt alert, height-adjusting front shoulder belts, passenger assist handles, and tire pressure monitoring display.


J.D. Power ranked the Charger series “Among the Best” in Body & Interior Quality-Design, Overall Performance & Design, Performance, Comfort, Features & Instrument Panel, and Style.

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Number Of Owners Dodge Charger

Carfax Facts

According to CARFAX records, 37.7 percent of used Dodge Chargers have had only one previous owner. Only 34.3 percent have had two previous owners. This means 2 out of 3 used Dodge Chargers on the road have only seen 1-2 previous owners.

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If you are looking for a Dodge Charger with no more than 50,000 miles, start your search with the 2010 model year.

2014 Dodge Charger

  • From $26,495
    • 3.6-liter V6
    • 5.7-liter V8
  • 18 city / 27 hwy mpg

  • Rear wheel drive or all wheel drive
    • 5-speed automatic
    • 8-speed automatic
    • 260 hp @ 6350 rpm
    • 370 hp @ 5250 rpm
    • 292 hp @ 6350 rpm
  • 120.2 inches

My wife and I found a 2010 Dodge Charger. I came home and got the CARFAX and found that the car had been in a fender bender. With this information I was able to negotiate the price down and saved 800.00 on the price of the car. Thanks.

—Erin A. Conn