If you are in the market for a used Dodge Charger
you should be aware that GM revised the features of the 2010 Charger halfway through the model year's production. Most notably, dropping passenger side-curtain airbags. Also be aware when you are looking at the sedan version, there were two different v6 engine options. One for fuel economy puts out 178 horsepower, while the Charger 3.5 trim offers 250 horsepower from its V6 and a four-speed automatic transmission. All together, there are four trims, each with its own engine. Large and heavy compared to other sedans, the 2010 Charger appeals to muscle car buyers, many who opt for the V8 for more power. All trims provide rear-wheel drive as standard, with optional all-wheel drive on everything but the base model and the performance-minded SRT8. Anti-lock brakes and traction control is standard for all trims but the base. The Rallye trim comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, powered driver's seat, fog lamps, an arm rest for rear seat passengers, and a split-folding rear seat. Charger R/T has a 5.7-liter V8 rated at 368 horsepower. For maximum vroom, the SRT8's Hemi boast 6.1-liter V8 producing 425 horsepower tied to 5-speed automatic transmission.