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2007 DODGE CHARGER
Good clean dope car. I like it a lot and it sounds mean AF! Just make sure u read all of the matinence and make sure it's not too far a part

 

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Carfax currently has 3,990 used Dodge Chargers, 87% with no previously reported accidents. At the moment the average price is $37,054, while 82% have service records and 66% have had only one previous owner. You’ll also be able to find plenty of vehicles with Heated Seats, Handsfree/Bluetooth Integration and Keyless Entry.
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2015 Dodge Charger SE
$ 23,988

2,484 miles

Silver Sedan, 6 Cyl, Handsfree/Bluetooth Integration, Keyless Entry, Air Conditioning, MP3, Anti-lock Brakes, Satellite Radio...

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2015 Dodge Charger SE
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2008 DODGE CHARGER
I wanted a full size care that had enough horsepower to get down the road. The Dodge Charger R/T offered room for kids in the back seat, a large trunk and great handling with a lot performance thrown in... The downside - tires are expensive. 900+ for a full set of good performance tires with a decent wear rating. Buy cheaper and they don't hold up. I have had issues with speed sensors and small lights behind the A/C controls. These are soldered in place and you have to replace the entire thermostat control panel. aka expensive and a pain. Good MPG - 20+ on the highway when I use cruise control.

2007 DODGE CHARGER
AWD and ESP/TRACTION CONTROL.The multi displacement 5.7L motor gives MPG close to the 3.5L.

2010 DODGE CHARGER
I purchased this car because of its mean and sporty lI love the acceleration and handling.However;this car is not good in the snow or icy roads.aybe if I had the AWD model it would be better in the snow or ice.

2006 DODGE CHARGER
I wanted a full size car with a V8. I only drive about 10 miles to and from work so gas isn't really an issue. I have 22s on it which is the only down fall. It looks great but the larger rims tend to remind me what it was like driving a lifted truck. I already installed flowmaster exhaust which sounds awesome. I plan on adding airaid intake and throttle body. 121k miles and it runs strong. It also has VES and NAV but no AUX?!? I have to figure this out asap... Over all I couldn't have found a better car for 10k.

2006 DODGE CHARGER
This is a very good car has never given me any problems at all. I would recommend to get the 3.5 engine. This car has a lot of power and it's fast. There is so much room in the backseat I love it.

2007 DODGE CHARGER
Its a great car for people who like a muscle car with space. The seats are a little short for people around 5'8. You could also add a lot of upgrades. 

2006 DODGE CHARGER
The car looks great and has plenty of power but these cars with the HEMI engine as mine is, have a history of engine failure which I've concluded after reading so many reviews is dodge really doesn't care. I have a daytona R/T and now I'm just on edge. Also a problem that is common that I am experiencing is the dash lights coming on and going off and back on. Annoying. Going to try and fix that.

2006 DODGE CHARGER
I bought it because I wanted a car that was different from visually from their her cars on the road. I also wanted a v8. It was my daily driver and my weekend car. Drove it to LA at least 10 times. It had why've trunk, plenty of room in the rear seats. People who rode in the back seat were always comfortable. With the 2006 model there were issues with the engine mounts falling apart so I upgraded to srt8 mounts. Some rattling will be heard in the dash, the speakers' screws. The sun roof will rattle as well. After a few years there will be some knocking in the front suspension and rear. Bushings just needed replacement. It was a heavy car so they will get worn.

2007 DODGE CHARGER
Good clean dope car. I like it a lot and it sounds mean AF! Just make sure u read all of the matinence and make sure it's not too far a part

Used Dodge Charger

The Dodge Charger is one of the most storied American cars on the market today. It began as a limited production package for the Dodge Dart GT in 1965. Dodge broke the Charger out as a unique model for 1966, which debuted as a rear-wheel drive coupe that competed in the pony car segment. A front-wheel drive subcompact hatchback followed years later in 1983. Today, the Dodge Charger is a full-size sedan with sporting pretensions that make it unique within the segment.

The 1966-1967 Dodge Charger is known as the "B-body" Charger. It was built as a two-door fastback version of the Dodge Coronet. The Charger met with limited sales success, but sales jumped when a new generation was introduced for 1968. That model is the Charger that'€™s most associated with the now-classic Charger look.

More design changes were made for the 1971 model year. Dodge introduced the four-headlight split grille that makes the Charger popular among collectors today. The Charger saw yet another change in 1975 that ultimately lead to its drop from the market in 1977. Sales plummeted due to the oil crisis of the 1970s, and the half-hearted attempt to move the Charger into the luxury car segment did not resonate with buyers.

In 1982, the Dodge Charger was revived as an economy model with sporty styling and good engine performance. This generation met with mixed success and was produced until 1987. When production ended, most believed that the Charger name was gone from the Dodge lineup for good.

Then in 2006, the Charger was unveiled as an all-new model. This completely new car changed the concept of the Charger entirely, as it was now a large, four-door sedan that was unique within the segment. Standard rear-wheel drive, available V8 engine choices and controlled handling made the Charger stand out from competitors that include the Chevrolet Impala, Ford Taurus and Toyota Avalon.

Offered with V6 and V8 engine options as well as trim packages to denote its performance and interior refinement, the new Charger proved to be successful among American buyers who were once again looking for sports cars, but whose practical needs trumped owning a two-door car. On the used market, this generation of the Charger has proven to be very popular, especially in sportier R/T and Daytona trims.

In 2011, the Charger was revamped for a seventh generation. Building on the success of the previous model, the new design features a retro look meant to evoke images of the popular 1960s Chargers. Exterior updates include a unique hood and side panels and revised tail lamps.

In its current itineration, the Dodge Charger comes standard with a 3.6-liter V6 engine that produces 292 horsepower. That engine is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive, while all-wheel drive can be selected from the options list. Charger R/T models come with a 370-horsepower, 5.7-liter V8, while the Charger SRT Hellcat sits at the top of the performance line with a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 that produces 707 horsepower.

CARFAX Vehicle History is based only on information supplied to CARFAX. CARFAX Vehicle History information on this page is current as of 02/09/16 at 08:51:00 PM (CST). The CARFAX Vehicle History Report for the vehicle may contain more current information. Other information about the vehicle, including problems, may not have been reported to CARFAX. Use the CARFAX Vehicle History as one important tool, along with a vehicle inspection and test drive, to make a better decision about your next used car. Vehicle descriptions and details on this page may have been provided, in part or entirely, by the seller or its agent. CARFAX does not verify these descriptions and details, and is not responsible for the accuracy of the information. Please refer to the CARFAX Terms of Use for further information.

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